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  • Resolved NelClay


    The site I”m working on uses IntelliWidget extensively. I just installed NextGen Gallery and whenever I click the green square icon in TinyMCE to add a gallery to a page I get this error: Fatal error: Class ‘IntelliWidgetAdmin’ not found in /home/broken1/ on line 15

    With IntelliWidget deactivated, NextGen icon in text editor works fine. Intellliwidget codes continue to work whether or not NextGen is activated.

    I know this sounds like it could be an Intellliwidget problem, but it’s only NextGen that’s not working properly. I’ll ask IntelliWidget too.

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  • Plugin Author photocrati


    @nelclay – It does appear “IntelliWidget” is trying to initialize in the ATP modal that is being opened when you click the green button.

    Please let us know what the IntelliWidget author has to say as we would like to ensure that this can be resolved … to the best of our knowledge we have created a fairly exclusive modal for the ATP but it does appear it may still have openings that need to be addressed.


    – Cais.

    I’ve posted the response from IntelliWidget below and I’ll post your response on their support forum. Thank you so much for your quick response, I really appreciate it.

    This was the response I got from Intelliwidget :
    The meta box was not showing for new posts because it was only loading when post.php was loaded. I added an action for post-new.php
    The Fatal error is really a bug in both IW and NextGen …
    The nextgen tinyMCE runs as ajax, but does not set the is_admin flag, so IW was not loading the admin core class.
    I have moved the core class include to a different point in the execution so this should go away.
    Look for 2.1.2 release later today.

    Hi, just checking back in to let you know that the plug-in update sent out by IntelliWidget fixed the problem.

    More info from a follow up they posted: “…going to research the new “widget preview” they added in 3.9 because the widget admin should not be initializing in the post edit page. For now, however, moving the include to the widget admin file will keep it from throwing a fatal.”

    Once again thank you so much, I’m marking this topic as resolved.

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