If you use the "x" to close the link wizard JS popup, something goes wrong.
You can't re-open it by clicking on the button afterwards.
====== How to reproduce: ======
1. Open DokuWiki's editor
Real life example: http://www.dokuwiki.org/example?do=edit
2. Click on the internal link wizard icon
3. Use the "x" of the popup's title bar to close the link wizard.
This is important, the bug does NOT appear if you close the link
wizard by using the button. See first screenshot for details.
4. Click on the internal link wizard icon to re-open it
====== Expected result ======
Link wizard opens again.
====== Current result ("Bug") ======
The user can't re-open the internal link wizard by using the button again.
====== Misc ======
Tested with Firefox 8 and Chrome 15 on Linux with different templates (default, starter;
current git master of prsnl10, mnml-blog).
Maybe this also helps me to solve a show stopper for my templates "vector" and "monobook"
because some MediaWiki CSS seems to make the problem worse (I'm quite sure because
"prsnl10" and "mnml-blog" are showing the described behavior like "default" and "starter").
When clicking on the link wizard button on monobook/vector :
a) multiple popups are opened, only one of them is functional. See screenshot 2 (monobook)
and 3 (vector).
b) if the "x" of the working popup's title bar is used to close it, the non-functional
popups do NOT disappear. If the button is used to close the wizard, all popups
are disappearing (including the non-functional ones).
As already mentioned, this is "vector"/"monobook" only. prsnl10 and mnml-blog are showing
the same behaviour as "default" and "starter".