Customizing causes an error December 6, 2000 11:20 PM   Subscribe

when trying to customize, i got an error like this:

Error Diagnostic Information

An error occurred while evaluating the expression:


Error near line 33, column 14.
posted by bluishorange to Bugs at 11:20 PM (7 comments total)

The radio buttons that indicate whether or not you want to open links in the same or a new window aren't being populated when user data's being loaded, so you have to pick whichever one you prefer again.
posted by cCranium at 5:57 AM on December 7, 2000

that worked. thank you.
posted by bluishorange at 8:31 AM on December 7, 2000

whoops. Found the problem. Fixed.

Oh by the way, the "open links in a new window" is working better now. Everything externally linked on the front page is doing it, and within thread pages, the initial post maintains that.

Should I add it to all external links in comments?
posted by mathowie (staff) at 1:31 PM on December 7, 2000

I'd say yes. Links are links are links, and so on.
posted by cCranium at 1:43 PM on December 7, 2000

I was just mucking around in my profile again, and loading the page didn't set the link radio buttons again/still.
posted by cCranium at 2:06 PM on December 7, 2000

Whoops. Ok, now it's really fixed. Set it correctly once and you should never see it unset again.
posted by mathowie (staff) at 2:55 PM on December 7, 2000

Umm, I hate to be a pest (though I'm apparently quite good at it) but I went today to update my profile (last time for quite some time, hopefully! :-) again, and the radio buttons weren't being set again/still.

Oh, crap. Hey, that's weird.

I went again, and hit refresh and it did load it properly, but for some reason I think it was updating the rest of the info I changed properly before I refreshed.

Must be some weird caching error on my end, it seems fine now.

posted by cCranium at 11:37 AM on December 13, 2000

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