- just created a simple form composed of five pages (1/5, 2/5 ... 5/5)
- copied from Distribute Embed code
- pasted in a simple HTML page served by IIS WebServer (HTML vanilla here; only code embedded)
== Behaviour with Firefox browser
- when form is loaded I'm able to fill, and to use Previous / Next buttons, WITHOUT any troubles
- if I'm on the last page, I can move back to the first page and nothing happen (all data/selection are maintained)
- no missing data moving back and forth
== Behaviour with MS IE browser
- when form is loaded I'm able to fill, and to use Next buttons, WITHOUT any troubles
- when I TRY to use Previous button (e.g. from page 3/5 back to 2/5) for an instant I'm able to view all data of page 2/5 but, after a second, entire page is reloaded and obviously all data are missing, and form is repositioned on page 1/5
I have tried wih many different version of iE and behaviour is the same. Absolutely no troubles with Firefox.
Obviously I havent absolutely any troubles using MSIE directly on AdobeCentral URL.
Troubles are created only with embedded code copy/pasted from distribute.
any news about bug fixing?
Please note that with this annoying bug we are unable to start to deploy [we use Distribute Embed function] the service to our customers.
When the bug will be fixed? How the subscribers will be notified about bug fixing?
I'm trying to get this fixed for our April release.
Currently we do not have a public bug database, so there's no way for you to be automatically notified when we fix a bug. For this issue, we'll try to update this thread when we've fixed the bug to let you know.
Thanks for following up on this. I definetely forgot to update the thread about the status of this. I'm fairly certain we've fixed the issue in our next release, due out on the 19th. The cause is a bug in IE (and a few other browser versions), in our attempts to support *browser back/forward buttons* as an additional way to navigate the pages in a form (that's in addition to the form next/prev buttons). To fix, we've disabled support for browser back/forward browser buttons, in the embeded form usage, for all browsers, and just support the form's next/previous buttons.
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