@anonymous-piwik-user opened this Issue on January 12th 2010

Hello

It's early in the morning and 6 google-visitors has been already there. Each visitor as used it's own search key and each search key is marked by a small triangle. Klicking into this trangle will open a reference to a search engine - here google.

Moving the Mouse to "tageslichtlampen depression" this intends to start a search in the key words "wheatstonesche messbrcke". Moving the mouse to "777 888 999" intends to start a correct google search and moving the mouse to "bedeutung 555" a "tageslichtlampen depression"-search will be initialized. The following terms are disordered too.

Actually this effect may only apper in keys which are used by one visitor only.

Best regards
Wolfgang
Keywords: wishlist

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 12th 2010

Attachment: List of search engine terms
key-list.jpg

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 12th 2010

Attachment: Target of fist keyword
key-list-1.jpg

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 12th 2010

Attachment: Target of second key word
key-list-2.jpg

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 12th 2010

Attachment: Target of third keyword
key-list-3.jpg

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 12th 2010

Hello

It's early in the morning and 6 google-visitors has been already there. Each visitor has used it's own search key and each search key is marked by a small triangle.

[[Image(key-list.jpg)]]

Klicking into this trangle will open a reference to a search engine - here google.

Moving the Mouse to "tageslichtlampen depression" this intends to start a search in the key words "wheatstonesche messbrcke". (See statusbar of the browser)

[[Image(key-list-1.jpg)]]

Moving the mouse to "777 888 999" intends to start a correct google search:

[[Image(key-list-2.jpg)]]

And moving the mouse to "bedeutung 555" a "tageslichtlampen depression"-search will be initialized.

[[Image(key-list-1.jpg)]]

The following six terms in that list are disordered too.

Actually this effect may only appear in keys which are used by one visitor only.

Best regards Wolfgang

@robocoder commented on January 12th 2010 Contributor

This sounds like another IE+jQuery regression (as in #1062).

Will investgate further when jQuery 1.4 is released on Thursday.

@mattab commented on February 19th 2010 Owner

I think it might be that:

  • an archive is processed when you generate the list of keywords
  • you wait 10 seconds and click on the row
  • another archive is processed before displaying the subtable. The loaded subtable ID are now matching to a different keyword and the subtable for another keyword is loaded instead.

Proposal: do not trigger auto archiving when loading sub tables.

@mattab commented on May 6th 2010 Owner

this is a race condition, closing as won't fix for now, we can re-assess later if this becomes an issue.

This Issue was closed on July 29th 2011
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