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  • Resolved Marco Moreira

    (@marcomoreirasp)


    Hello,

    I have a form with invisible captcha inserted by shortcode [hcaptcha auto="true"].
    After the submit button is clicked and solving the captcha, the post action is not fired. I connected my iPhone on my Mac and opened the Safari Inspector and it shows those 2 errors:

    [Error] [hCaptcha] There was an error in your callback.
    	Q (api.js:2:21571)
    	(anonymous function) (api.js:2:70440)
    	(anonymous function)
    	(anonymous function) (api.js:2:54448)
    	handle (api.js:2:55092)
    [Error] TypeError: this.currentForm.formElement.requestSubmit is not a function. (In 'this.currentForm.formElement.requestSubmit( this.currentForm.submitButtonElement )', 'this.currentForm.formElement.requestSubmit' is undefined)
    (anonymous function) — hcaptcha.js:122
    V — api.js:764:93
    Q — api.js:768
    (anonymous function) — api.js:3019
    (anonymous function)
    (anonymous function) — api.js:2409
    handle — api.js:2442
    	Q (api.js:2:21636)
    	(anonymous function) (api.js:2:70440)
    	(anonymous function)
    	(anonymous function) (api.js:2:54448)
    	handle (api.js:2:55092)

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