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Odoo forum TAGS alert('0')

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Thomas Fossoul
on 10/29/14, 1:04 PM 1,241 views

Could you please remove this fabulous alert('0'); when you want to specify a tags ?

 

Same problem here using different browsers, though I'm wondering how some other users have tags for their posts.

Analystik, Hamid Darabi
on 10/29/14, 1:31 PM

I am having problems with tagging my posts as well. Can only add 1 tag (not several [divided by space] as used to.

gunnar
on 10/29/14, 6:50 PM
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Stephen Mack
On 10/29/14, 7:08 PM

There is a GitHub Pull request #1927 that is suppose to deal with a lot of tag related issues but it has languished for two months without much success.

I can not edit tags using Chrome or IE only in FireFox.  And in FireFox I have to add a comma to do multiple tags.  Plus FireFox forgets the tags every time you edit the question.

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Tobias Frankl
On 11/9/14, 4:54 AM

Had the same problem. Discovered a workaround.

By chance I discovered that I could use the forum TAGs in Chrome with full screen mode, without the "0 - Something" Pop-Up apearing. No Idea why it worked...give it a try

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