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  • Plugin Author Zane Matthew

    @zanematthew

    Hi,

    Thanks for the 5 star rating!

    Are there any JS errors showing? I’m curious to know why its not working with the WP Ajax Edit Comments? Possibly a JS conflict?

    It did not show any errors on the admin screen, it is just that the functionality to edit those comments is lost and can be done only within the admin area. I guess it is due to the compact format of Inline Comments apps, that prevents those lines of code for the other app to show up in your framework.

    Plugin Author Zane Matthew

    @zanematthew

    Hi,

    Thats exactly what it is, in essence both plugins (mine and ajax edit comments) are competing for the comment form.

    Yes, if you could somehow edit your code and align their work, that would be brilliant, but it requires some testing from your side, because your plugin should function standaalone and also in tandem.

    Matt McFarland

    @matt-mcfarland

    I’m not sure what the WP Ajax Edit Comments does, but if you are ajax loading the inline-ajax-comments it wont work unless you use a callback function to stick the scripts to the DOM and execute. I have this fully working.
    https://github.com/MattMcFarland/inline-ajax-comments

    In your callback function (if you dont know what this is, it is a function that must run AFTER the form has been ajax loaded) just add ajaxLoadedCallback()

    Plugin Author Zane Matthew

    @zanematthew

    Honestly that wouldn’t be that hard to just build into the plugin, but seeing as how its already done in the edit comments it would be worth it to attempt to integrate.

    I opened a issue on GitHub.

    Right now I’ve actually been working on adding some sort of subscriber checkbox.

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