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Submission issue on Form when using Firefox browser on LinuxAsked by sudsport on January 31, 2016 at 08:51 AM
I having problems with a specific form which is hanging the navigator when validating registration. I need to abort the navigator.
I am running Linux with Firefox
I wonder if you could give me some help on this one.
I do not have Linux OS as of this time, so I could not do a test exactly similar to what you need. But I do have Firefox on Windows. As far as I know, the OS have little to no bearing on the browser technology... browser nowadays are almost the same across different platform.
I test your form https://form.jotform.com/60274870200952 on my FF browser to check what could be the hanging problem you described. But so far in my test, I could not reproduced yet the issue. When I submitted the form, it went to the Thank You page just fine.
See the video below for details of my test.
Can you please describe more what happen on your side. It will help us if we can have a visual of the issue when you encounter the problem. You can take a screenshot and share it us on your next response. Follow this steps on how to included images on your response.
We will wait for your updated response.
The screen shot will not give any clue as when clicking on Validation button Firefox just hangs for at least 30 seconds to eventually reach the thank you page.
Currently I am experiencing a lot of lag on Jotfomr with Linuw whereas trying with a friend's computer it works fine with Windows.
I'm not sure why it happens only on a Linux machine. I'm also having Windows machine at the moment. However, let me see if I can replicate the issue on a virtual machine using Linux and get back to you with relevant information. Meanwhile, could you check if the issue still persists on a different Linux machine?