It looks like PHP Safe Mode breaks the visual editor in 2.5-RC1. The visual tab is active, but inside the textarea there’s just HTML and the the toolbar only shows the HTML view buttons. Clicking on Visual or HTML has no effect and throws the following error (replaced the full path with …):
Can't find variable: tinyMCE
.../wp-admin/js/editor.js?ver=20080317 (line 66)
When entering the Write screen from anywhere else Safari throws the follwoing error:
SyntaxError: Parse error
.../wp-includes/js/tinymce/tiny_mce_config.php?ver=20080317 (line 2)
When calling tiny_mce_config.php directly I get:
Warning: filemtime(): SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid/gid is 114778/114778 is not allowed to access .../wp-content/uploads/js_cache owned by uid/gid 398/398 in .../wp-includes/js/tinymce/tiny_mce_config.php on line 327
This all happened after I wanted to upload an image. I had to create the uploads directory myself and manually set the permissions. I don’t know if this is actually a WordPress bug oder server related (I’m hosted on Surftown). I guess PHP Safe Mode is to blame, but I think the visual editor still should work even though it can’t access the media library.
Anyone knows how to fix this or should I report it as a bug?
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