Getting Javascript Error That Won't Let Changes Take Effect

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keethgee

TypeError: E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum is not a function. (In ‘E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum(“hide”)’, ‘E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum’ is undefined) (line 1)
Microthemer discovered a JavaScript error on your site:
Error: TypeError: E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum is not a function. (In ‘E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum(“hide”)’, ‘E.inputWaitingObj.spectrum’ is undefined)
URL: /wp-content/plugins/microthemer/js-min/microthemer.js?v=6.3.7.7&ver=5.8.1 (line 1)
Source: Microthemer interface

I am using the latest update of Microthemer. Went back a version, same thing.

Thank you,

Keith


Sebastian

Hi Keith,

Could you try updating to 6.3.7.9 again and then clearing your site cache? It’s possible your server is loading a mix of up to date files and old files.

In the latest version, inputWaitingObj.spectrum is now inputWaitingObj.mtspectrum. This change fixes a plugin conflict issue. But if a mix of old and new files are active, the references will not be correct.

You may also need to clear your browser cache.

Let me know if you’re still stuck.

Thanks!
Sebastian


keethgee

Perfect, Sebastian. It was a Safari cache issue! You can close this thread, with my gratitude for your quick help. Keith


Sebastian

Oh great, happy to help 🙂

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