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    So I've noticed I keep getting a javascript error which seem to break the Digital Assets module. The same error has also been plaguing me while using an ecommerce (catalook) extension when I try to use certain dropdown menus in its admin:

    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '_getNeedsScrollExtender' of undefined
        at c.RadTreeView.initialize (ScriptResource.axd?d=tFYhzROIw9wVAO0ZVQD0pQJjoWXkb3_ZkzWzXsqoouiTVBiAiQ0UjpC6-C8DYJbqrjwolXYhMCZzIFB3glnm7F3_T9gd7A9BPUwprFp3JFQ6fk_cvjsX-0RripE1&t=4036ae9:1053)

    I'm using the default skin (Xcillion) for DNN 9 and it looks like Jquery is working. I can't seem to track down what is going on here.

     

     



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      Posted By Agency3 on 08 Jul 2019 09:05 PM

      So I've noticed I keep getting a javascript error which seem to break the Digital Assets module. The same error has also been plaguing me while using an ecommerce (catalook) extension when I try to use certain dropdown menus in its admin:

      Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property '_getNeedsScrollExtender' of undefined
          at c.RadTreeView.initialize (ScriptResource.axd?d=tFYhzROIw9wVAO0ZVQD0pQJjoWXkb3_ZkzWzXsqoouiTVBiAiQ0UjpC6-C8DYJbqrjwolXYhMCZzIFB3glnm7F3_T9gd7A9BPUwprFp3JFQ6fk_cvjsX-0RripE1&t=4036ae9:1053)

      I'm using the default skin (Xcillion) for DNN 9 and it looks like Jquery is working. I can't seem to track down what is going on here.

       

       

      What version of DNN are you running? Because 9.2 got rid of a lot of code, it is important that all modules are suitable for that version.

      Any mentions in the Chrome Console? If Jquery is not being loaded, it should be mentioned there. If you need to figure out what version jquery you're running, you can use $cs.jquery in the console to find that out.

       

       

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        Yes that error is from the chrome console

        DNN v. 09.03.02 (24)
        4.6
        Jquery is 3.2.1

        ( I had to use jQuery.fn.jquery to get the version. $cs.jquery returns an error: VM159:1 Uncaught ReferenceError: $cs is not defined at :1:1 -- today I'm using chrome on a mac? Does that make a difference?)



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          Did you check if jQuery is loaded twice on the page?



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            Posted By Timo Breumelhof on 09 Jul 2019 11:47 AM

            Did you check if jQuery isloaded twice on the page?

            I'd say to check that, as well as try checking the CDN and CDF features to see if they're loading (or not) compatible scripts.

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