Support » Plugin: Disable Admin Bar Toolbar » Does what it should – with annoying side-effects

  • First, it should be noted that this plugin does exactly what it says it will do, and with very little fuss and no options. Perfect.

    However, it has a minor, yet annoying, side-effect. Search for a new plugin with the Plugins/Add New menu standard in WordPress. Type in what you’re looking for and get a list of candidates.

    NOW, when you click on “Details” of any plugin candidate, the information box pops up; however, the top of that pop-up is now below the middle of the screen and it cannot be moved. Consequently, much of the details of that plugin are pushed below the bottom of the screen. 🙁

    If you disable this plugin, everything returns to normal – the “Plugin Details Pop-up” window is near the top of the screen where it should be.

    Tested: Disabled all plugins, works fine. Enable this plugin, it breaks. Same scenario using the default WP 2014 theme. Same results. Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari – all act identically.

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  • Plugin Contributor sLa Team


    This “minor issue” is due to new MP6 “admin control panel interface” modifications on WordPress 3.8+

    My plugin is compatible to WordPress 3.7+ and not to 3.8+

    I planned to make one plugin upgrade with WordPress 3.8.2 or 3.9.2 out (is possible to another admin control panel mofification from WordPress Core Tream) not now …

    I am very sorry for this …

    P.S. is possible one upgrade on developmental version (2/3 weeks)

    Thanks for the reply! Everything is still quite usable, and it’s not like you have to load plugins all the time. Once the site is stable, this won’t even be an issue. I look forward to your upgrade!

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team


    @ RandyKing read here

    Have a Good Day 🙂

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