Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button

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1 month 2 days ago - 1 month 2 days ago #159731 by glu000
glu000 created the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button
I created a very simple survey which uses 2 questions with multiple short text input fields. Questions are on seperate pages. Now I see a difference behaviour on Internet Explorer (latest version on Win 10) and Chrome (Version 61.0.3163.100 on Mac).

When I enter some text into the input field and press enter, then

  • on Chrome I navigate to the next page (i.e. next button is activated)
    on IE I navigate to the previous page (i.e. previous button is activated)

  • Expected behaviour would be, to come to the next page (as on Chrome)

    Any ideas how to solve the issue with IE?
    Last Edit: 1 month 2 days ago by glu000.

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    1 month 2 days ago #159737 by Joffm
    Joffm replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button
    Hello,
    I could reproduce this behaviour.

    Well, the rest depends on your time.
    If it is urgent, just disable the "previous" button.

    Sorry, no idea why IE shows this behaviour.

    Joffm

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    1 month 2 days ago #159739 by glu000
    glu000 replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button
    Hi Joffm,

    thanks for your fast reply :-)

    Disabling is not a good option - navigating back is a must for this survey. Any other idea how to fix this issue?

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    1 month 2 days ago #159746 by jelo
    jelo replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button

    glu000 wrote: Disabling is not a good option - navigating back is a must for this survey. Any other idea how to fix this issue?

    Opening a bug report. What version of LS is showing this buggy behavior? Or using more than one LS installation and using a older LS version as a stable version.
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    1 month 1 day ago #159760 by DenisChenu
    DenisChenu replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button
    And if you can test with previous version of IE too. Maybe it's an IE bug …

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    1 month 1 day ago #159775 by tpartner
    tpartner replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button

    Maybe it's an IE bug

    Wow, that would be odd! :)

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    1 month 1 day ago - 1 month 1 day ago #159781 by DenisChenu
    DenisChenu replied the topic: Problem with Internet Explorer and NEXT Button

    tpartner wrote:

    Maybe it's an IE bug

    Wow, that would be odd! :)

    ;) Seriously :)

    The default submit button (for “What happen when click enter on text input without JS”) is here : github.com/LimeSurvey/LimeSurvey/blob/59...ntimeHelper.php#L966

    But with IE7 or lower broken about other behaviour github.com/LimeSurvey/LimeSurvey/blob/0e...urvey_runtime.js#L95

    But maybe we can just add a hidden input name move with value default (or movenext)

    PS : stackoverflow.com/a/925353/2239406

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    Last Edit: 1 month 1 day ago by DenisChenu. Reason: The PS

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