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[BUG] "wait" button height during posting

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    Just checked bjrn's method with Firefox and the web developer extension--before you are able to view the properties and classes, but afterward it simply will not select it. Like it disappeared from the DOM or something.

    Odd.
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    edited September 2006
    Hmm. You're right, the "Submit" class wasn't the button, it was the div the button should be in. As with the Firefox Webdev extension, I'm getting no info at all on the button.
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    the button is changed and disabled to prevent double posts.

    Could it be that disabling the button causes it to lose its class and shrink?
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    test
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    dammit... can't tell
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    "it's not ajax, it's just javascript..." Yeah, what he said. I guess I meant the "J". :) "Could it be that disabling the button causes it to lose its class and shrink?" I have the feeling it could validly be given a class of "Disabled"... :)
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    Commented out line 174 in global.js:// Sender.disabled = true;

    ::Drum roll::

    and it stoped shrinking.

    ::Cymbal clash::
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    but then...

    it won't be disabled and your forum will be OVERRUN WITH DOUBLE POSTS
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    edited September 2006
    hmm... tried adding something like this to the stylesheet:.Button[disabled="true"] { -css stuff goes here- }
    found it on a board somewhere... I think it is the right tree to bark up on, but doesn't seem to work.
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    Any progress about this? What about the barked up tree with this "button disabled class". Any chance to get this to work?
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    edited September 2006
    Haven't bothered with it since I posted that. I figured the two basic workarounds of removing either the padding declaration under Form * { or that line in the JS would be enough.
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