Login page main navigation MIA

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1/18/2010 9:59:17 AM
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Re: Login page main navigation MIA

I'm equally dumbfounded. This makes no sense. But I did a little more testing looking at the page on both sides of our proxy server (just in case) and I'm seeing it on IE, FF and Chrome. I cleared caches and did all that stuff. But it appears to only matter for the word "Login". If I change the folder name from "Secure" to "secure", it still works. But as soon as you lowercase the L then the menu disappears. 

1/18/2010 10:16:08 AM
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Ok, I found it, when I made this a config option, I thought I had removed all other logic that affected it but there is some logic in the SiteMenu control itself that needs to be cleaned up/removed. It is checking the url in a case sensitive way looking for "Login.aspx".

I will fix this for the next release. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Best,

Joe

1/18/2010 10:20:01 AM
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Thanks Joe! It was more of an interesting mystery than an inconvenience.

Have I mentioned I LOVE that new file manger? Good stuff... thanks.

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