What sort of conflicts are you seeing for this? Curious if it’s an error coming from the Formstack plugin, or an error that just happens to be occurring while using aspects of the plugin.
Slider Revolution requires a strict version of jQuery, thus it calls jQuery on its own. Additionally, the Formstack Plugin uses the basic formstack embed which also includes a different version of jQuery.
For some reason, the formstack version being called trumps the slider revolution version and causes Slider Revolution to not load due to its strict requirement of the other version of jQuery. The workaround is a manual formstack form embed copied from the Publishing tab with the Advanced Options box unchecked for ‘I don’t need jQuery’. Thus, it pulls the jQuery from the existing Slide Revolution call.
Gotcha. Sounds like a detail of the embed code is loading a different version than you need/want, and that’s not something able to be controlled from the plugin itself here.
With the popup in TinyMCE, you should have an option to disable jquery/jqueryui much like in your Formstack account admin area. Should help with compatibility as needed.
Thanks Michael, I blindly copied and pasted the code from another page and forgot to check the TinyMCE area. Doh.
Glad I could help as best I could.