Firefox Console keeps picking up TypeError: e is undefined

I see this pop up whenever I need to debug javascript and it's starting to get a bit bothersome. It seems to be an onInputEvent that's firing with an undefined event object. I was going to post the minified JS lines here, I know they wouldn't line up to your source, but they might give some hints. Unfortunately this forum software treats that as an injection attack.

From what I can see it looks like one of the onInputFocus methods has an await/promise for getDesignation and that is receiving the undefined 'e'. When that 'then' block resolves trying to check e.fieldDesignation, I get TypeError: e is undefined.

So far I'm only seeing this on Firefox. I figured you'd want to know, also, a fix would be grand given it's kinda breaking my debugging sessions.

Firefox 76.0.1 64 Bit (linux/Ubuntu 18.04)

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  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Hi @venison! Welcome to the forum!

    Please feel free to send us those lines via email at [email protected] and we'll be happy to look at them via email :)

  • Done! Also, luckily it seems to be fixed this week? I don't seem to be seeing it today. Thanks either way! :)

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Thanks for the update @venison. :)


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