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There’s a new version of jasmine-gem on GitHub – please test it out so we can push a new gem next week.
Once the CSS opacity is set on an element with jQuery the z-index is no longer respected and the element appears on the bottom.
Can it be reproduced in other browsers? Only tried Chrome so far.
The workaround is to use:
value = my_model.created_at.to_f * 1000
date = new Date(value)
Try all browsers when dealing with a Date API
There’s also DateJS, but has not been maintained in a long time.
If you have an updated version of Chrome and jasmine fails to start Chrome, reinstalling later version of chrome driver (http://code.google.com/p/chromedriver/downloads/list).
Or alternative is to re-image the machine, which contains later Chrome and later ChromeDriver.
We spent several hours tracking down this (open) bug in bitbucket’s tracker broker. You can change the ampersand to something else in your git-pair script.
IE9’s click handler for SVG paths treats two clicks as a single click and six clicks as a double click.