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[Resolved] [Plugin: Admin Customization] dont work drop down menu

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  • Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    Hi.

    I’m sorry but I’m not sure what you mean. The dashboard widgets list is updated only after you visit the Dashboard first. Does that help?

    Maybe you could use Google Translate to translate your message. http://translate.google.com/

    Hi,
    similar, i think, to the first post…
    Installed v2.0 on WP v3.2.1 and the admin menu will not display the submenu items in the dropdown when i click the little arrow beside the main menu item.
    Also, on the plugins page, if i click for the details of an item, it will open in a fresh window instead of the overlay that it should be.
    Maybe some script is not loading properly….?

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    I’ve installed a clean WP v3.2.1 with Admin Customization 2.0 and I’m getting no such issues.

    Have you tried disabling all other plugins and then checking if the issues still occur? Also if you disable Admin Customization, the issues disappear?

    If you’ve done the things above, and you’ve determined that the plugin is at fault, please tell me if changing plugin settings creates those issues.

    I have disabled all plugins but Admin Customization 2.0 and getting the same issues. When i disable Admin Customization 2.0 the issues disappear.
    When the plugin is activated, there are various screen functions in the admin that are not functioning, such as the dropdown menus on the main admin menu, the expanding/collapsing actions for screen options, help menu, logout dropdown etc on all admin pages.
    I think the plugin is not finding a script file – on the settings page for the plugin it reads in the rightside column: “To update this list of widgets you must first visit the Dashboard.” The link points to “http://example.com/wp-admin”( and will get a ‘page not found’ error)- whereas i am operating this WordPress installation in a sub-directory “example.com/wordpress and have this address as the site address and wordpress address until i have finalized the development. This addressing might be causing some problems…

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    The wrong link issue will be fixed in the next release. That doesn’t explain why WordPress UI javascript stuff don’t work.

    The problem is that can’t replicate what you are describing. Are you getting any JS errors? Check your Developer Tools/Firebug console for that.

    You could try comparing the source of the backend before activating the plugin and after.

    i couldn’t detect any JS errors via Firebug, although i am no expert there.
    I did look at the backend source code , there are certainly some differences, but i’m not sure that i would spot an issue.
    If it would help at all, i can send or post txt docs of the backend source pages.

    thanks

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    It would. Just archive both txts and upload them to dropbox or cloudapp.

    Thank you.

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    Everything seems fine in the source.

    Activating WP_DEBUG might give more info. Anything there?

    No – activating the plugin and WP_DEBUG does not show anything new…
    I tried switching to default theme and same results.

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    You could try selectively commenting js stuff in the plugin. See if that works.

    This is very strange. I don’t seem to be able to replicate what you are telling me.

    I have the same issue! Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t! Maybe it is related to jQuery?

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    What version of WP & jQuery are you using?

    I’m not sure what the cause is, and since I can’t replicate it, I’m not able to fix it.

    Hi, I had the same problem in Internet Explorer. I discovered it is caused by the console.log javascript function. The problem is in core.php file on the line 54. when you delete it, then it works ok. I think it is because console.log is not available in IE. Funny is, that after opening the javascript console it works 🙂

    Plugin Author Alex Ciobica

    @ciobi

    Good catch about the log. I’ll remove that in the next version.

    @saschapi, @shady, were you using IE?

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