Support » Plugin: Ultimate Blocks - Gutenberg Blocks Plugin » Error when clicking Convert to regular blocks

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  • Plugin Contributor Alexis Pandaan

    (@alexius08)

    Hi @jeffabailey! Thanks for letting us know. The content of the Table of Contents block is dynamically generated using the headings present in the page as its input. It isn’t designed to be used as a reusable block, which should be used only when the content of the block would remain unchanged wherever it’s used.

    To prevent further occurrences of this error, we’ll disable the ability to turn the Table of Contents into a reusable block in the next version. If you want to reuse the settings for the block in another page, I recommend copying it from the source page and pasting it to the destination page.

    If you have further issues with the plugin, please let us know.

    rgires

    (@rgires)

    Hi @jeffabailey, @alexius08

    I am on the versions

        wordpress 5.6
        ultimate-addons-for-gutenberg.1.20.1.zip
        firefox 84.0.2 (64 bits) 

    and it always has this javascript error when converting a reusable block into a regular block

    if I delete the ‘Advanced Table’ block, it works
    there was no problem in the previous version of WP 5.5.xxx

    error JS

    Uncaught (in promise) TypeError: e.substr is not a function
    
        b /wp-includes/js/dist/block-serialization-default-parser.min.js?ver=1768ef183a4597932a52df4c355129c1:2
        p /wp-includes/js/dist/block-serialization-default-parser.min.js?ver=1768ef183a4597932a52df4c355129c1:2
        s /wp-includes/js/dist/block-serialization-default-parser.min.js?ver=1768ef183a4597932a52df4c355129c1:2
        Yr /wp-includes/js/dist/blocks.min.js?ver=65abb57f00d1d2ab3d3b16331cbbf560:3
        CONVERT_BLOCK_TO_STATIC /wp-includes/js/dist/reusable-blocks.min.js?ver=d969baba471ea99a0d94fb9fd94d284c:2
        e Redux

    Do you have a solution?
    best regard
    romain

    • This reply was modified 8 months ago by rgires.
    Thread Starter jeffabailey

    (@jeffabailey)

    I do not.

    I was told the block wasn’t meant to be created as a block template.

    It also worked before the update.

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/error-when-clicking-convert-to-regular-blocks/#post-13858276

    Hi @jeffabailey! Thanks for letting us know. The content of the Table of Contents block is dynamically generated using the headings present in the page as its input. It isn’t designed to be used as a reusable block, which should be used only when the content of the block would remain unchanged wherever it’s used.

    To prevent further occurrences of this error, we’ll disable the ability to turn the Table of Contents into a reusable block in the next version. If you want to reuse the settings for the block in another page, I recommend copying it from the source page and pasting it to the destination page.

    If you have further issues with the plugin, please let us know.

    Plugin Contributor Alexis Pandaan

    (@alexius08)

    Hi @jeffabailey and @rgires! WordPress has released a new version (v5.7) that includes a fix for the issue with reusable blocks. Our previous attempt to fix this issue on our end (v2.4.3) didn’t work well, so I advise everyone to download the latest version of the plugin (v2.4.4), which works with the way the latest WordPress version handles reusable blocks.

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