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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-81671

In non-English localizations, form element configuration panel is blank after clicking back, and reselecting the form element

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    • Fix Priority:
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      Description

      Summary
      This issue is a bit tricky to explain, but it seems to only affect non-English localizations.

      When creating a new form in Forms, after adding a form element to the work area, we will (1) click on the newly added form element to show the configuration panel on the right side. We will then, (2) click on the back arrow on the top of the configuration panel), then click on the form element on the work area. The description/configuration panel is now blank.

      element-blank-description-pane.mp4

      Steps to Reproduce

      1. Start up latest Master
      2. Sign in as test@liferay.com
      3. Under the "Liferay" site, go to Contents > Forms
      4. In Forms, click the to add a new form
      5. Change the language to another language (e.g. Spanish or Japanese) by adding the locale code to the URL (e.g. change English http://localhost:8080/group/guest/~/control_panel/manage?p_p_id=com_liferay_dynamic_data_mapping_form_web_portlet_DDMFormAdminPortlet to Spanish http://localhost:8080/es/group/guest/~/control_panel/manage?p_p_id=com_liferay_dynamic_data_mapping_form_web_portlet_DDMFormAdminPortlet)
      6. Click the to add a new element
      7. Drag and drop "Selección única" into the work area
      8. Click the back arrow (<) on the top of the configuration panel on the right
      9. Click on the "Selección única" in the workspace
      10. Assert that the configuration panel on the right is blank

      Actual Results
      When using non-English localization, the configuration panel is blank.

      Expected Results
      When using non-English localization, the configuration panel should display when selected.

      Note
      We originally tested this in Japanese localization (reproduced the issue), then tested English (it worked as expected), then tested Spanish (reproduced) to determine that this behavior affects non-English localizations.

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            Assignee:
            joyce.wang Joyce Wang
            Reporter:
            brian.suh Brian Suh
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            Joyce Wang
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              Days since last comment:
              1 year, 34 weeks, 6 days ago

                Packages

                Version Package
                7.1.X
                Master