#5028 Column headers are not shown after sorting / broke on newer browsers

Evan Greene

When viewing a list of bugs for a project, if you click the "Select Columns" icon and select one of the non-default columns to display, the column is only shown on the initial page load. If you try to sort by that column, it disappears when you click on that column header to sort it.

For example, I clicked "Select Columns" and selected the "Creator" column to show. Next I clicked on the "Creator" column to sort it by "Creator". When the page reloaded with the sort options in effect, the "Creator" column was no longer shown.

This issue occurs on IE8 and Firefox 23.0. Tested on 2 separate machines with same results.

On IE9.0 and IE10.0, the dialog never showed up to select columns when clicking on the appropriate button and I was not able to display any extra columns. When clicking "Select Columns", it reveals "SCRIPT5: Access is denied js, line 6 character 68523" in the IE JavaScript console.

When placing IE10 into IE8 Compatibility View mode, it suffered from the same issue as FF and IE8 mentioned above where the column would disappear after sorting.

1 Attachments


  • Anonymous - 2013-08-13
    • labels: --> engr, nf-3475
    • status: unread --> assigned
    • assigned_to: Chris Tsai
  • Anonymous - 2013-08-13

    This appears to be the same root problem as this issue here: [allura:tickets:#3475]

    Chris Tsai, SourceForge.net Support

  • Zangune

    Zangune - 2015-09-05

    This seems to be fixed.

  • John Barrett

    John Barrett - 2015-10-08

    Durning a ticket review process I saw this ticket, so I apologize for the delay in my reply to this ticket. I think this is an old issue that has already been taken care of if I'm mistaken please let me know and I will take another look into your situation.
    SourceForge Support

  • John Barrett

    John Barrett - 2015-10-08
    • status: assigned --> fixed

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