Firstly, thanks for making a fantastic editor plugin!
Is it normal for there to be a large white space between the two toolbars of Advanced Code Editor? Click Here to see a screenshot with some annotation showing what I am talking about. When I open the editor, the code editing screen is way down at the bottom of the screen, is that normal or am I not understanding how to open/use the editor?
what version? WordPress and plugin? OS? browser? other plugins?
I need more.
Sure, here is my info…
WordPress: Ver 3.5
Host provider: HostGator / Linux
OS: Windows XP
Browser: Firefox ver: 18.0.1
List of all installed plugins. === Inactive plugins will be stroked through. ===
1. Advanced Code Editor Ver 2.2.4
Enables syntax highlighting in the integrated themes and plugins source code editors with line numbers, AutoComplete and much more. Supports PHP, HTML, CSS and JS.
2. Akismet Ver 2.5.3
Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key.
3. Captcha Ver 2.4.1
Plugin Captcha intended to prove that the visitor is a human being and not a spam robot. Plugin asks the visitor to answer a math question.
4. Dave’s WordPress Live Search Ver 3.1.1
Adds “live search” functionality to your WordPress site. Uses the built-in search and jQuery.
By Dave Ross.
5. Disable Comments Ver 0.8
Allows administrators to globally disable comments on their site. Comments can be disabled according to post type.
By Samir Shah.
6. Duplicator Ver 0.4.1
Create a full WordPress backup of your files and database with one click. Duplicate and move an entire site from one location to another in 3 easy steps. Create full snapshot of your site at any point in time.
7. Formidable Ver 1.06.08
Quickly and easily create drag-and-drop forms
8. Hello Dolly Ver 1.6
This is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation summed up in two words sung most famously by Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly. When activated you will randomly see a lyric from Hello, Dolly in the upper right of your admin screen on every page.
By Matt Mullenweg.
9. Mindvalley Super pageMash Ver 1.1
Manage your multitude of pages with pageMash’s slick drag-and-drop style, ajax interface. Allows quick sorting, hiding and organising of parenting. Forked from original pageMash from Joel Starnes. (Formally called MindValley pageMash)
10. No Comment Links Ver 1.0.1
When activated, disables automatic parsing and creation of clickable links in comments, including http, ftp, and e-mail links. Links can still be added using HTML tags, if allowed. Requires WordPress 1.5 or later.
By Aaron A. Kelley.
11. Ozh’ Admin Drop Down Menu Ver 3.6.4
All admin links available in a neat horizontal drop down menu. Saves lots of screen real estate! For WordPress 3.0+
12. Quick Chat Ver 4.12
Self hosted WordPress chat plugin supporting private chat, chat rooms, avatars, user list, words filtering, smilies, caching plugins and more.
By Marko Martinović.
13. Really Simple CAPTCHA Ver 1.5
Really Simple CAPTCHA is a CAPTCHA module intended to be called from other plugins. It is originally created for my Contact Form 7 plugin.
By Takayuki Miyoshi.
14. SD Simple Antispam Ver 1.1
Prevents comment spam.
By Sverigedemokraterna IT.
15. Sidebar Login Ver 2.4
Easily add an ajax-enhanced login widget to your site’s sidebar.
By Mike Jolley.
16. Simple Popup Plugin Ver 4.1
This plugin makes it easy to create a simple, modifiable popup window. Using the shortcode you can create a popup link and set the dimensions of each individual popup.
By Garrett Grimm.
17. TinyMCE Advanced Ver 3.5.8
Enables advanced features and plugins in TinyMCE, the visual editor in WordPress.
By Andrew Ozz.
18. WP-Activity Ver 2.0
Monitor and display blog members activity ; track and blacklist unwanted login attemps.
19. WP-DBManager Ver 2.63
Manages your WordPress database. Allows you to optimize database, repair database, backup database, restore database, delete backup database , drop/empty tables and run selected queries. Supports automatic scheduling of backing up, optimizing and repairing of database.
By Lester ‘GaMerZ’ Chan.
20. WP Editor Ver 1.2
This plugin modifies the default behavior of the WordPress plugin and theme editors.
By Benjamin Rojas.
21. WP List PlugIns Ver 2.1
Shows all installed plugins with a signle shortcode. [pluginlist] to show all, [pluginlist show=”active”] to show only activated plugins and [pluginlist show=”inactive”] to show all inactive plugins.
By H.-Peter Pfeufer.
End of list.
Bainternet…thanks for taking a look at this.
PS…I have your plugin disabled at this point but still installed and will still be using yours, the backup feature is fantastic!
Something else I noticed. When I click on any of the files listed on the right hand side, the “editing screen” moves up to the top of the page where it seems like it should be, but then after 1 second the editing screen drops back down to the bottom of the page so that I have to either scroll down to see it or click the “Full Screen” button in the top tool bar to make the editor window show at the top of my screen.
well then try disabling the plugins and see if one of them is the cause
Ok, will give that a try, thanks…
Originally I asked:
“Is it normal for there to be a large white space between the two toolbars of Advanced Code Editor?” (see link to a screenshot in first post)
Unless I’ve missed it I didn’t see your answer to that question. Should that large white space be there?
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