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Widgets are not loading on formAsked by flutekey on August 30, 2016 at 02:19 PM
Items have disappeared from forms
I went to do a test again of one of my forms this morning (9th & 10th MC) and it was fine except it never went to my dropbox but I noticed it lost it's integration. So this afternoon, I sent myself the link of the form to test it again and when I opened it, the email request and my signatures requests are gone. The titles are there, but the boxes for them to fill out are gone. I looked at my High School Young Artist form and those areas are missing too!!! They look fine in my edit site so I don't know what to do. Please help as these have got to go "live" on Thursday.
Here is the bottom of the forms with the other place that's missing. I noticed that when I go into the advanced designer area and click in this and the email area, it's not showing me the properties.
It seems that some content is blocked from loading on your side.
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The Safari browser seemed to be the problem. It was fine in Firefox and in Chrome. I looked at the browser console with Safari and it said "Unexpected CSS code!" whereas the other browsers did not have that. I quit Safari and opened it back up again and it seems to be working now.
That browser console is a great feature that I never knew existed. Now if only I knew how to fix the errors that pop up on that. I also wish I had thought to restart Safari so I wouldn't have wasted an entire day. UGH!!!!
We are glad to hear that the issue has been resolved for you. I’ve cloned and tested your form on safari. It is also working fine on my side.
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