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[BUG] template editor cuts long templates


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we're currently using snomone 2011- (Linux). It seems as if there's a bug when edition long HTML templates (Admin -> Web Page Control). When I try to edit the snom_3xx_phone.xml the editor ends with:


 <mc_address idx="6" perm="RW">{multicast-adrport 5}</mc_address>
 <mc_address idx="7" p


If I make the required changes the template delivered to the phone is also cut at the same point and the template is broken.


Could you please confirm the bug and fix it within the next version? As a hotfix it would be great if you could post a whole template which can be placed in the webpages folder.

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How long is this? There is a upload limit of a megabyte or so; but the templates should not be so long...


It's the default template which is already cut, I did not count the size but it should be just a few KB. I've also attached a screenshot which shows the screen before making any changes.


You can check in the xml directory what the PBX has stored internally.


I do not have a directory called xml unter /usr/local/snomONE/ (Debian Installation). After changing a file the new version is placed in the folder /usr/local/snomONE/webpages/.


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This is a know issue if you use Firefox as the browser (http://forum.snomone.com/index.php?/topic/4328-v42-first-update-available/page__p__18741__hl__firefox__fromsearch__1#entry18741)


Easiest option is to use the Chrome browser.



We have recently provided a workaround using some Javascript code.

You can replace the handle_load_response function in reg_text.htm file with one below.


function handle_load_response() {
 if (request.readyState == 4) {
   var resp = request.responseXML;
   var content = null;
   if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Firefox") != -1) // for firefox, to fix 4K+ buffer issue

   if (resp.documentElement.getElementsByTagName("content")[0].firstChild != null)
     content = resp.documentElement.getElementsByTagName("content")[0].firstChild.nodeValue;
   if (content == null)
     document.getElementById('content').value = "";
     document.getElementById('content').value = content;

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