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WP 2.8 Layout error on Theme Editor (3 posts)

  1. stylemo
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I'm using the Safari Browser on Windows 7 RC.

    I've just updated to 2.8 awhile ago. I went to Appearance > Editor, then I clicked one of the files and I started editing. While inside the textarea, I pressed the TAB key and the whole textarea just jumped down below the right column.

    I hope that helps. Thanks!

  2. mobileforesight
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I have similar problems in IE7. Compared to WordPress 2.7.1 you have added a new function in WordPress 2.8 for the Dashboard panel: Appearance->Editor.

    In WP 2.7.1 the code in the editor was just a plain text file. In 2.8, a JavaScript (I believe) adds line numbers, color markings for code, etc. inside the editor. When I go to that page and click to edit on the rather large Header.PHP file for my theme Atahualpa, the browser freezes for more than a minute before the JavaScript is done loading and sometimes the browser crashes completely. That problem I can live with but the total disaster is that the script also randomly refuses to accept my edits.

    This is a strong indication that the macro responsible for line numbers, color etc, in the editor is badly coded and inefficient. As it can’t be turned off there is no way to handle this problem.

    I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT WORDPRESS MAKES THIS MACRO AN OPTION IN WP 2.8.1 AND HAVE IT DEACTIVATED AS DEFAULT, ALLOWING THE USERS TO TURN IT ON INSTEAD (e.g.:“guided editing”).

    (In that way, the acute problem is solved, and the macro can be improved without time pressure.)

  3. wilzdezign
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Main Support topic is on wordpress.org/support/topic/277659

    This is an with tokenizer with the latest 2.8

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function token_get_all() in /var/www/[wordpress-site]/htdocs/wp-admin/includes/misc.php on line 273

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