Can you hardcode the onclick="window.location.reload();" method in the
"OK" button, so it should still work even if the GWT frontend is
On Jan 11, 8:56 am, Kyle Baley <k...@baley.org> wrote:
> We've gone Thomas's original suggest route of informing the user. But in
> our original pass at this, we threw up a dialog with an OK button on it. It
> said something to the effect of "There's a new version. Please log in
> again". Clicking OK is intended to log the user out and forcibly refresh
> the page.
> What we're finding is that for the code-splitting case, the dialog does
> indeed come up but the whole page becomes unresponsive afterward. That is,
> you can't click the OK button. I've verified that this happens regardless
> of whether we put a dialog up or not. Nothing on the page is clickable at
> all. Wondering if this is what others see as well and if so, if there's a
> way around it.
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