uploaded avatar can't be cropped at Internet Explorer 7 or 8

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5/30/2010 10:51:23 PM
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uploaded avatar can't be cropped at Internet Explorer 7 or 8

Hi all, 

It is so strange that jCrop works fine with IE 7 or 8, but uploaded avatar in mojoPortal can't. 

The uploaded avatar can be cropped in Chrome, Firefox, but not IE. Is there any configuration I need to change?? Or this is a true bug. It is the same at demo.mojoPortal.com.

 

John

 

5/31/2010 6:56:18 AM
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Re: uploaded avatar can't be cropped at Internet Explorer 7 or 8

Hi John,

Thanks for the bug report, I see what you mean, the original size image is not displayed in IE. I'm not sure what the cause is yet, but I will look into this.

Best,

Joe

5/31/2010 7:08:39 AM
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Re: uploaded avatar can't be cropped at Internet Explorer 7 or 8

Hi John,

I found the problem and solution. To fix it immediately, edit the file /Controls/ImageCropper.ascx

look for this:

<div class="settingrow" ">
<asp:Image ID="imgToCrop" runat="server" />

notice it has an extra quotation on the div after the class name, remove it so it looks like this:

<div class="settingrow">
<asp:Image ID="imgToCrop" runat="server" />

I have made the same change in my copy to fix it for the coming release.

Thanks again,

Joe

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