Followup on elem is null issue (Firefox 3)

2009-03-04 Thread dunhamst...@gmail.com
The previous thread for this issue is no longer taking new posts, but after receiving a few emails, I wanted to follow up on this issue. http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit/browse_thread/thread/fabd646526aaf2bc?pli=1 In short, it manifests itself as Widget.element and

Re: Safari 5 - (RangeError): Maximum call stack size exceeded

2010-06-09 Thread dunhamst...@gmail.com
This is occurring for us in the Arrays.mergeSort() code. A reduced testcase (which looks like the binarySearch code) is in the webkit bug tracking system at: https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40355 It appears that in some complex expressions the right shift operator is not evaluating

Re: Strange scrolling div problem in WebKit browsers

2012-05-02 Thread dunhamst...@gmail.com
On Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:38:51 AM UTC-7, Jens wrote: After some research I figured out that GWT's PopupPanel is probably responsible for that behavior. I have some wizard views which contain the custom list mentioned before and these wizards use a PopupPanel which is set to modal. I

Re: Strange scrolling div problem in WebKit browsers

2012-05-02 Thread dunhamst...@gmail.com
I think this was causing some issues with click events not being recognized, so I ended up adding this code to DOMImplWebkit to fix it: @Override public native EventTarget eventGetTarget(NativeEvent evt) /*-{ var target = evt.target; if (target target.nodeType == 3) {

Re: Strange scrolling div problem in WebKit browsers

2012-05-02 Thread dunhamst...@gmail.com
On Wednesday, May 2, 2012 11:38:20 AM UTC-7, Jens wrote: Pretty cool, I haven't followed it anymore because I just changed my PopupPanel back to setModal(false) and live with it ;-) Do you want to create a GWT issue for it on the issue tracker? Otherwise I'll do it. -- J. Thanks, I