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TOPIC: JD builder won't load for modules

JD builder won't load for modules 5 days 5 hours ago #20172

  • agecif
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Hi,
I start using JD Builder.
It launches well in articles but not in modules
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JD builder won't load for modules 5 days 2 hours ago #20176

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Hi,

This is really strange. I am checking out bug logs to see if we had this before and if there is a fix for this one.

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Chetan
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JD builder won't load for modules 4 days 11 hours ago #20196

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Thanks for your answer. It would be great if you find a solution. I have the issue with Firefox and Google Chrome.
Anyway, could I make my design in an article or in pages and import it in a custom content module or something like that ?
My aim is mostly to insert quickly a JD Builder design in a module, even if it is not by the traditional way.
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JD builder won't load for modules 4 days 7 hours ago #20203

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Please reinstall JD Builder and try again.
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JD builder won't load for modules 4 days 6 hours ago #20219

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I did a reinstall at the moment but no change : issue is still exactly the same

EDIT : I found the issue, there is a conflict with the Advanced Module Manager from Regular Labs (www.regularlabs.com/extensions/advancedmodulemanager)

Could you check it with their free version and tell me if there is a way to make them work together ?

Thanks
Last Edit: 3 days 10 hours ago by agecif. Reason: Found the issue
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