Service Packs and Hot Fixes
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  2. MNT-6140

Comments doesn't work on iOS Safari. Anywhere TinyMCE is present does not work correctly e.g. comments, blogs, wiki, HTML content creation.

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Critical Critical
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 4.0
    • Fix Version/s: 4.1.1
    • Component/s: Document Library
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      iOS

      Description

      See issue here: https://getsatisfaction.com/alfresco/topics/cannot_add_comments_to_alfresco_cloud_using_ipad_browser

      I just tried it and trying to add a comment in the iPad browser doesn't work.

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        David Caruana added a comment -

        Hi David, I just realised this is in Share in iPad Safari browser. Are we supporting this route at the moment, as there are other issues too.

        Speaking with Gav, there was a comment bug in the iOS app which has been fixed in 1.2.1.

        Assigning to you to decide what we do with Share in iPad. My understanding is that the m.share project will focus on this.

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        David Caruana added a comment - Hi David, I just realised this is in Share in iPad Safari browser. Are we supporting this route at the moment, as there are other issues too. Speaking with Gav, there was a comment bug in the iOS app which has been fixed in 1.2.1. Assigning to you to decide what we do with Share in iPad. My understanding is that the m.share project will focus on this.
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        dgildeh added a comment -

        Hi David, you're right its in the browser. I assumed there was work done to make Share work in Safari iOS last year so it was supported. I think in the scheme of things this is low priority and I would defer to m.share (although I don't know when/what that is yet!)

        What are the other issues with Share in Safari iOS right now? In the mean time minor fixes like this might be worth it so at least there is some access to the application on mobile devices outside our native app ahead of m.share.

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        dgildeh added a comment - Hi David, you're right its in the browser. I assumed there was work done to make Share work in Safari iOS last year so it was supported. I think in the scheme of things this is low priority and I would defer to m.share (although I don't know when/what that is yet!) What are the other issues with Share in Safari iOS right now? In the mean time minor fixes like this might be worth it so at least there is some access to the application on mobile devices outside our native app ahead of m.share.
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        Marc Dubresson added a comment -

        Potentially part of the m.share exercise. We should however queue this bug where it would be fixed even if m.share never happened. m.share will be an additional factor in getting this fixed. So, where would that be? Cloud or Enterprise?

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        Marc Dubresson added a comment - Potentially part of the m.share exercise. We should however queue this bug where it would be fixed even if m.share never happened. m.share will be an additional factor in getting this fixed. So, where would that be? Cloud or Enterprise?

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