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I thought this was working in the Alpha release but I could be mistaken.
I am unable to see the field label in the Collapsed Column. The field label is visible as the Column Label while the column is not collapsed.
I am experiencing the same issue in the alpha release. Would love to have it resolved.
I'm having the same issue. I do see a colon however (see attached picture). I'm also using the alpha release.
This appears to be an issue with the jQuery version. If you install the jquery_update module and inside the configuration options select jQuery version 1.8, the labels seem to work fine.
I am not sure if this is a known dependency or not. This should probably be documented or specified on the module page to ensure other users who start with a default Drupal 7 install do not run into the same issue.
Well, the colon I'm getting (see picture in my previous comment) must be unrelated to this than, because I'm still getting this colon, even when I choose to hide the label, or when I choose to hide the colon in the label settings.
@smthomas - Just an fyi... I just read here that jquery 1.4.4 is supported see https://github.com/bradvin/FooTable/issues/11#issuecomment-11917004
It seems the only way I can get this to work correctly is by installing JQuery Update and setting the version to 1.8. Any other version set will bug this module out.
I used git bisect to track down that the problem was introduced on Feb. 5th with commit a6ffd014b9. With footable continuing to receive updates, it's likely to continue to break compatibility with jQuery 1.4.4.
One option is to checkout an earlier commit of the footable plugin. For sites with simple requirements, that may be sufficient. However, that will mean missing out on any newer features or bug fixes in FooTable.
The other option is to install the jQuery Update module. In some quick testing, updating to the 1.7 and 1.8 versions of jQuery seems to fix the issue, while the 1.5 version does not. The caveat there is that jQuery Update introduces issues of its own.
I'll work on updating the README file.
I've updated the README file and the project page.
One of the best scripts I encountered since stepping into responsive themes.
Everything was hard labour except for this module, so thanks thanks ...
I had also the problem with the field labels in the expanded table. Only the colon was rendered but after changing the jquery version from 1.5 to 1.7 the field labels popped up. Only thing I am wondering is if there is a downside on this because if not then stepping up to version 1.8 in jquery is also possible.
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
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