JQuery needs to be set to run in noConflict mode in the extensions that
use their own copy. I can only suggest that you ask the relevant authors
if they can modify their code to support this. Should be a simple change
On 28/02/11 11:07, Stephan Gambke wrote:
> Hi Henry,
> the Useability Initiative extension is problematic in that it ships with it's own copy of (parts of) the jQuery package. As does SF. There were conflicts with the datepicker in the past, I guess it's a similar issue here.
> You could
> - upgrade MW to 1.17 (loads only one copy of jQuery)
> - turn one of the extensions off
> - debug the code
> All not very appealing, maybe somebody has other ideas.
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>> Datum: Mon, 28 Feb 2011 10:58:00 +0100
>> Von: heinoth<heinoth@...>
>> An: semediawiki-user@...
>> Betreff: [Semediawiki-user] SF - "Bug" if in Combination with the Vector-Extension (inside of Usability Initiative Package)?
>> this time i have a Problem with Semantic Forms in Combination with the
>> Vector-Extension (which is Part of the Usability Initiative Package).
>> As soon as i activate the Vector-Extension in the LocalSettings, the
>> Functions of that Extension start to work, but the Multiple-Button of
>> Semantic Forms doesn't anymore.
>> If i comment the Require-Line out, the Multiple-Button works again as
>> Is this Issue known and someone of you know a workaround or a solution?
>> I am using Mediawiki 1.16.1 with Semantic Forms 2.0.9 and the
>> UsabilityInitiative-Extension in Version 0.1.1 (which Includes the
>> Vector-Extensions in Version 0.2.0) which seems to be the newest Version.
>> The only other Extensions installed are Semantic MediaWiki, Semantic Forms
>> Inputs, Header Tabs, ParserFunctions and StringFunctions, but it doesnt
>> looks like they trouble.