I nearly had heart failure when I realised it was Views (which is one of my favourite plugins and the backbone of my site causing this issue.
However, I've gone and downloaded the beta but obviously as it is a beta I can't just install it. I don't want to uninstall Views as I have a lot of active Views and Content Templates and have been unable to find any level of clarity on using a beta so could you please clarify for me what I need to do and how to retain my work etc.
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That was the reassurance I needed to install the Beta, sadly it hasn't fixed the original issue. I'll outline it in greater detail as I've been investigating around it.
With either version of Views installed (1.1.1 or 1.1.2b) the Gravity Forms date picker will not render correctly (the month and year drop downs appear with the next and previous arrows each side and a small rectangle to the right, no actual calendar) on the front end form but deactivating Views fixes this issue.
The date picker on the custom post type edit screen in the WordPress admin renders incorrectly, just as described for the front end form, uninstalling Views has no effect on this.
With Views 1.1.1 installed Gravity Forms with a date picker will not preview, generating the Java Script error I listed above, this is fixed in 1.1.2b and the preview works correctly and the date picker works in the preview.
Any thoughts, advice and things we can try Caridad?
I've had 1.1.2 installed since it's release on 27/8/12 and the issue is still present.
Just to confirm I've opened the main file and here is the header for you to check to make sure I'm up to date:
Plugin Name: WP Views
Plugin URI: https://toolset.com/
Description: When you need to create lists of items, Views is the solution. Views will query the content from the database, iterate through it and let you display it with flair. You can also enable pagination, search, filtering and sorting by site visitors.
Author URI: http://wpml.org