"Stuart Dallas" <stu...@3ft9.com> wrote in message 
On 5 Mar 2012, at 17:16, Jim Giner wrote:

> An appl that has been working fine for a year now and fine up through last
> week, suddenly is not working on my iphone.  The only differences between
> using it on a pc, ipad or iphone are for font sizes and such (handled by 
> JS)
> so I'm puzzled as to what is going on.  I do the same exact thing on each 
> of
> these 3 devices and the iphone fails.  The specifics are : I'm entering a
> date into an input field and php is supposed to retrieve it and display a
> record that is retrieved using that input.  The iphone for some reason is
> not getting my input (passed via POST) correctly, yet it's the same script
> being run for each device.
> Trying not to paranoid, but does anyone think that Apple could have done
> something to my iphone in the last few days?

Of all the possible things that could have happened in order of likelihood, 
that's sandwiched between aliens having taken over your phone and the ghost 
of Steve Jobs up to mischief!

Have you debugged the code to see what your script is receiving from Safari? 
If not then I respectfully refer you to the advice you recently gave Jay.


Actually, I have been working on it for about 4 hours now.  Very simple 
script (like all of mine) that is working rock solid on 2 out of 3 boxes. 
In the last few mins I re-booted my phone and it is now doing something even 
worse!  As I fill in the date field using the iphone, the chars are showing 
up in the field onscreen.  But - once I close the keyboard (not submit)  - 
the input field reverts to ONLY one character!  This also happens if I hit 
the Next button on the keyboard to advance to the next input field.  And it 
is that character that my php script then receives when I do submit the 
form.  I have no code anywhere that addresses the input fields with JS so 
it's not something that I have 'forgotten' about - it is totally new and 
strange behavior.  And no, google has nothing to say about this (yet). 

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