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Hi merlin & others,
I just spend about 3h debugging a problem with views. That is, with the AJAX functionality in the Views module.
I could (1) create the view, then (2) click on the + of any entry and get that selection page. That worked just fine.
Since I am using 3.x-dev, I thought I'd just debug the problem myself and possibly post the solution.
As we can see, it uses $(document) which is not correct.
Yet, the main reason why I'm posting this is to ask whether we could have a link to a page explaining potential AJAX problems with the Views and all the things that can be done to circumvent them. In my case, for instance, it was to switch to another theme (I tried with Garland thinking that would certainly be the best choice for a functional version!) In most cases, people would have to determine which of the module they installed that would have an interaction with the views. Once located, either remove it for good, remove it while working on the views, ask the maintainer(s) to fix the problem.
At this time, I have not see any "Known Issues" in your help (although I may have missed it?!). I could start writing such a page, I just would need some pointers on the style and where to put the file, maybe how to hand it to you once ready, so it gets included in the views, etc. I think that a lot of the posts you get are Known Issues and thus having such a file (or maybe a website book as you have on logrus.com).