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Add Single Image Upload "Browse" button does not work in FF

Thread began 12/03/2009 5:27 pm by kwsim | Last modified 12/03/2009 6:26 pm by Justin Nemeth | 950 views | 3 replies |

kwsim

Add Single Image Upload "Browse" button does not work in FF

Add Single Image Upload "Browse" button does not work in FF. It works fine in IE. HELP!

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Justin Nemeth

Try clicking the "browse" text itself and not the icon and see if that works better.

-justin

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kwsim

It does work, but only if you position your mouse over the link so the pointer does not change into the finger. If you position the pointer over the link to change it to the finger, the link does not work.

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Justin Nemeth

The file field is custom so it looks consistent across all browsers, so that's why its behavior is slightly different. What version of Firefox and what OS are you on? I haven't experienced this issue with any browser I've used.

-justin

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