Safari 6.0.2, FireFox 18.0.2, Chrome 24.0.1312.57 and WebKit 143103. WordPress 3.5.1, OSX 10.8.2.
I have a WP page with some short text followed by the table shortcode. I'm editing the page in Safari, logged in as WP admin for my site. The table uses some custom CSS and has highlighting and searching enabled. The table initially displays correctly in all browsers.
However, I've found that if I edit a page or edit a widget on the page in Safari, the table's formatting is altered in FF, Chrome and WebKit - but not in Safari. If I edit my table in TablePress and save the changes (or just save again by itself w/o edits) the formatting is restored and is once again shown correctly in FF, Chrome and WebKit.
Here's a partial screenshot of what the table looks like after the formatting is altered:
Here's what it looks like, correctly formatted, after the table is saved in TablePress and the page is refreshed:
I was able to reproduce this several times. Since the sidebar widgets disappear as well in the affected browsers, as a guess, the problem might be related to the "Per Page Sidebars" plugin I use on the site http://thecodecave.com/plugins/per-page-sidebars/ However, I haven't actually tested this. Nor have I tried to reproduce the problem when logged into the site from another browser.
The page in question is temporarily accessible at http://kanjialive.com/the-214-traditional-radicals/
As a final note - thank you very much for this plugin! The functionality and in particular the documentation is great.
· Website: http://kanjialive.com
· TablePress: 0.9-RC
· TablePress (DB): 17
· TablePress table scheme: 3
· Plugin installed: 2013/02/16 11:22:04
· WordPress: 3.5.1
· Multisite: no
· PHP: 5.2.17
· mySQL (Server): 5.1.56-log
· mySQL (Client): 5.1.49
· ZIP support: no
· UTF-8 conversion: yes
· WP Memory Limit: 40M
· Server Memory Limit: 256M
· Magic Quotes: off
· WP_DEBUG: false