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DFP2 - can't see progress bar

Thread began 6/01/2009 10:03 am by gwh362692 | Last modified 7/23/2009 1:13 pm by gwh362692 | 6311 views | 18 replies


Was this issue ever resolved? My experience is similar so far, but with one exception, the jquery-blockui-formprocessing.js file IS being put in the DFP2 folder and it is uploaded to the server along with the WA_DigitalFilePro folder. Is this the correct .js file? Doesn't the blockui simply block the user from doing anything until the form is processed? Should there be another external file?
There is a script on the page. Along with a div and some inline styling it looks like.

<div id="form1_ProgressMessageWrapper" class="blockUIOverlay" style="display:none;">
<script type="text/javascript">
WADFP_SetProgressToForm('form1', 'form1_ProgressMessageWrapper', WADFP_Theme_Options['BigSpin:Pacifica']);
<div id="form1_ProgressMessage" >
<p style="margin:10px; padding:5px;" ><img src="/WA_DigitalFilePro/images/pacifica-largespin.gif" alt="" title="" style="vertical-align:middle;" />&nbsp;&nbsp;Please wait</p>

I have highlighted the progress bar behavior and clicked edit to make sure it follows through with any changes. Everything looks good but no progress bar shows up when I upload a file that takes several seconds.

This could be user error. But I have read and re read the GSG PDF and I don't see where I am missing anything. Unless there is suppose to be a CSS file, which there isn't.

You don't see the message either. Do I need to apply a style to the div containing the message and image? Is it there, but collapsed?

I am using the beta version. I did a full uninstall before the install.

Any thoughts here? What should I try next?


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