Well if you need to unbind submit then there must be something custom bound to it. And Plupload doesn't use jQuery to bind events so it's not a plupload issue but probably some third party plugin for jQuery that adds to the forms.
So our example should work just fine if you just use the basic logic we have on the page.
I logged in again, to see if anyone had the same problems I experienced earlier. Then I saw your reply.
Please, Spocke, read my posts.
Like I said, The submit action has been replaced by something else, namely an alert(). And a console.log(), to FireBug. This ALSO gets run twice; see my opening post.
Furthermore, you state I shouldn't experience this behaviour when I use the example code. Again, like I said in post 1, 3, 7 and 11 of this thread, I do. And I experience the problem.
My problem has been solved, like I stated earlier, but please, some advice: read the posts you're responding to. Don't take it personal, but repeating myself in every post seems a little odd... Also, like other people said, this problem recurs in their situations as well.
Seriously, I do like Plupload. It works like a charm -now-, and we and our customers really like it. But, these problems would make it useless. I submit a problem (like others), and the solution, and get the feeling it isn't taken seriously.
Last edited by tricksel (2010-11-11 13:01:52)