I meant to ask if anyone has a clue what this could be caused by? I don't see anything in the console which baffles me. The regCapsLock error that Brendan mentions below might be a false lead - when I add tracker fields to the registration it works but that error is there too, so it may be unrelated.
In Tiki 16, there is a problem where user cannot register. After clicking "Register", the use sees "Saving..." spinner forever.
I can confirm the problem disappears if you add user tracker fields to the registration. i.e. the problem only occurs on the basic registration setup.
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On 06.11.2016 16:36, Brendan Ferguson wrote:
On Nov 6, 2016, at 10:29 AM, Nelson Ko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I finally managed to roll back to r60095 but it doesn't help. Which is bizarre since I can register on tiki.org. The registration form on tiki.org is more than the default one though (has tracker info). So maybe it has something to do with that but that is just a guess. So anyway if someone else has time to troubleshoot it will be great - I will have to check back later.
On Sun, Nov 6, 2016 at 10:20 AM, Brendan Ferguson <email@example.com> wrote:
Ive got a console error here.
ReferenceError: event is not defined
Its not my area of expertise.
Ive verified that user creation through the admin panel is unaffected.
I've confirmed that there is no user creation in the database when this error occurres. It's what one would expect with this kind of error, but it's good to make sure
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