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Code button not visible/usable unless "Unfiltered HTML" privelage is granted

  • I’m using your plug-in in conjunction with another plug-in called Advanced Access Manager. Both plug-ins are great, and both deliver a great deal of capabilities that I need on my site.
    What I have found is that, the “Code” button which you add to the editor window is not visible to authors unless I use the Advanced Access Manager to grant them the access privilege to “Unfiltered HTML” as defined in the Advanced Access Manager (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/advanced-access-manager/ ) plugin.
    I’ve discovered at least one other plug-in that also requires that I grant access to a very special privilege, in order to get the plug-in to work.
    To determine that the root cause was that this specific capability was needed I first noted that the Manager role had access to the reports, while the Author role does not. I compared the role of author and manager, and one after another, I enabled or disabled each individual capability until I had isolated the culprit.
    Is there anything you can do to declare separate capabilities, such as Use Syntax Highlighter? That would be ideal.
    Any thoughts on this problem?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-syntaxhighlighter/

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  • I have a HTML page, and the code is not showing up. The only thing showing up is the link code.

    How do I recover this code? Please help.

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