Affects Version/s: 3.6
Fix Version/s: 3.6
- This only needs to be tested on the Clean theme
- Log in as admin.
- Have a Moodle site with the theme set to clean.
- Clear all site/theme caches.
- Have a student enrolled in a course, with multiple activities due (eg chat and assignment).
- Log in as the student.
- Visit the dashboard, find the Timeline block.
Requirements This only needs to be tested on the Clean theme Regression Set up Log in as admin. Have a Moodle site with the theme set to clean. Clear all site/theme caches. Have a student enrolled in a course, with multiple activities due (eg chat and assignment). Test Log in as the student. Visit the dashboard, find the Timeline block. CONFIRM You can see the relevant icons next to each of the timeline items (eg chat/speech bubble icon next to chat, assignment/paper in hand icon next to the assignment). CONFIRM the additional black icons shown in Przemek's example in this issue are not visible. Test Create a site with 2 users both enrolled in the same course Log in as one of the students Go to the participant list in the course Click on the other user CONFIRM that you don't see the loading spinner in the "Add to contacts" button
- Create a site with 2 users both enrolled in the same course
- Log in as one of the students
- Go to the participant list in the course
- Click on the other user
- CONFIRM that you don't see the loading spinner in the "Add to contacts" button
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Tested $release = '3.6rc1 (Build: 20181125)' , $version = 2018112500.00; confirmed on qa.moodle.net master just now.
- Login as Teacher or manager (= how I tested it)
- Switch to Clean theme.
- Got to a course's participants list, pick a participant.
- Click on their name to bring up their course profile page.
- Notice the spinning wheel indicating connection process on top of the Add to Contacts button.
- This is to be seen on any user info page where this button can be found - issues discovered while testing
It looks serious to me. Could be a simple CSS problem. I did not get any errors, but when trying to refresh many pages on my localhost install, got memory errors like:
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 14680064) (tried to allocate 1052672 bytes) in D:\Moodle36\server\moodle\cache\stores\file\lib.php on line 368
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 8388608) (tried to allocate 32768 bytes) in D:\Moodle36\server\moodle\lib\tablelib.php on line 1663
So I just wonder is this is not a leak of some type..
Wasn't sure which components to choose..