[IPython-dev] Camera widget
Wed Feb 26 19:32:29 CST 2014
I have experienced this kind of problems with widgets not being rendered
because of caching issues of Chrome. Even after deleting the cache, some
The fix for me is to
-open the developer tools (Crtl + Shift + J)
-right-click on the reload button of the page
-choose *"Empty Cache and Hard Reload*".
Another solution which only works when the developer tools are kept open is
to check "*Disable cache (while DevTools is open)*" in the developer tools
On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 8:02 PM, Doug Blank <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 6:13 PM, Jason Grout <email@example.com>wrote:
>> On 2/26/14 4:25 PM, Doug Blank wrote:
>> > Jason, thank you very much for sharing this!
>> > So, I am testing this with IPython 2.0.0-dev master, and after three
>> > clicks, it no longer updates the imageurl field. The picture continues
>> > to be updated in the view, both live, and when the picture is taken. But
>> > it appears that the data is no longer being sent to the kernel.
>> > I have a feeling that this is because the frontend is not receiving a
>> > proper message back from the kernel (because auto throttling kicks in).
>> > This is my guess, anyway.
>> > Can you verify that you are also having this issue, and perhaps suggest
>> > what could be the matter.
>> I'm running pretty close to master, and don't see it with this updated
>> (I didn't double-check the version I sent out earlier just now...it's
>> possible that one of the changes I made in the sagecell tweaks included
>> in the above version fixed the issue you are having)
> I'm seeing strange behavior in the latest pull (from today's changes in
> master) with all of the custom widgets. For example, the widgets in "Part 6
> Custom Widgets" in the examples are not rendering anymore.
> Any one else seeing that? Perhaps I need to recreate my profiles? The
> Camera widget no longer shows as well.
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