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If I set an expiry date for an entry I get an error on one of the last lines:

$timePicker.timepicker('setTime', Name of edit section as shown to the user*3600 + 00*60 + 00);

I've traced this back to craft/app/templates/_includes/forms/time.hml:39:

$timePicker.timepicker('setTime', {{ value|date('G') }}*3600 + {{ value|date('i') }}*60 + {{ value|date('s') }});

But I don't understand why value|date('G') returns Name of edit section as shown to the user instead of an integer.

Might also mention that this site uses Norwegian locale.

Error in console Line causing the error

  • I'm not sure I'm following. Are you getting that error when trying to set an expiration date through the edit entry page in the control panel? Are you trying to set it through JavaScript on a front-end edit entry template? – Brad Bell Jan 9 '17 at 21:55
  • No I'm setting it the normal way by selecting a date from the drop down date selector. But once it's set, and the entry saved, we get the javascript error message. – KnutSv Jan 9 '17 at 22:40
  • Where do you see that error... in your browser's console? Can you post a screenshot (and if there is a stack trace leading up to it, that'd be helpful, too). – Brad Bell Jan 9 '17 at 22:46
  • Added some screenshots. – KnutSv Jan 9 '17 at 22:58
  • Whoa... weird. Are you doing any static translations, by chance? craftcms.com/support/static-translations – Brad Bell Jan 9 '17 at 23:00
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The issue here was an error in a translations file:

array(
    'some key' => 'some value',
    'key missing value',   <== no value assigned to this key
    'other key' => 'other value value'
);
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  • Wow... super-random, but nice find! – Brad Bell Jan 11 '17 at 1:58

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