I have a similar issue, but I do get the prompt however to stay on page or nav away though, it just simply never creates the link. Have tried the basic steps of disabling all pluggins and using the twenty eleven theme (simultaniously). No change in results.
Wordpress – 3.2.1.
Apache – 2.2
OS – Win7 Pro (SP1)
MySQL – 5.5
PHP – 5.3.6
I’m having the same issue. Tried 3 different browsers: Firefox, Chrome and Safari (all on Mac). I just updated to 3.2.1 and am now unable to add a hyperlink. Please look into this…this is a huge inconvenience. Thanks!
Thanks for that, this helped me pin down a big I was having with galleries and the image uploader when adding or editing a post.
The cause was this error being thrown in firebug, which was caused by two different versions of jQuery being used.
WP itself was using 1.6.2, whereas one of my plugins (Calendar Posts) was using 1.4.2.
Editing the calendar plugin to remove the import for the 1.4.2 jQuery script fixed all issues I was having, disabling the plugin also worked.
Looks like perhaps WP should have a more formalised way for plugins to use whatever version of jQuery that WP itself has already imported and used (on the editor / admin side)? This kind of thing is easy to do if you code your plugin to use a specific version of jQuery, and hard to fix when it conflicts with another version.