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I truly appreciate the help I have been given with my various issues. I have applied the fixes in my test site and they work just fine however when I opened SearchKit in my production site to apply them there I now see this displayed

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Joomla 4.4.1 , PHP 8.1 , Civi 5.67.1

I have to ask again , what the heck is causing this?

Thanks Coleman , this is what is being displayed in my browser console

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Expanded Trace:

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It's a javascript crash, which can be caused by a few different things. Could be a misconfiguration in Civi, or in Joomla, or in your theme or one of your extensions. First step is to open your browser console to see what the error message is & get as much info as you can about it & include it in your question.

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  • I should have said that I have pasted the output from the browser console in my original post above Nov 30, 2023 at 22:11
  • Ok, good start. Please click the little black triangle next to "Error" to open it up & see where it came from.
    – Coleman
    Dec 1, 2023 at 9:01
  • Thanks Coleman , pasted in above. One comment I need to make is that all my environments sit on the same server but run as virtual containers. I have checked that the underlying software across the piece is the same and can't see any differences. Dec 1, 2023 at 13:23
  • Thanks. Sadly that backtrace doesn't show anything I was hoping to see (anything to do with Civi or some other extension we could blame).
    – Coleman
    Dec 2, 2023 at 8:53
  • Thanks again Coleman , this is strange to say the least. I will do some more digging but I think the best thing I can actually do is to rebuild the whole site from scratch and hope that fixes the issue Dec 2, 2023 at 15:18

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