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[Resolved] [Plugin: Adminimize] Bug at Custom Post Types – Adminize's settings do not apply

  • I think I’ve found a bug. I use Types plugin to create/manage Custom Post types http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/types/.

    When I go to my CPT settings at Adminize, I deactivate “HTML Editor Button” at CPT for some user roles.

    Setting this option deactivates HTML Editor at CPT only for the default Editor Field. But any other custom fields – Editor fields with Visual/HTML editors are not affected by the setting – HTML editor is accessible when logged in with the user name that should be affected by the Adminize plugin, even though it has been restricted at its settings.

    I also found that the default Editor field is not hidden at CPT when I deactivate it at Adminize’s settings – it is still visible when logging it with user role that should be affected by restrictions. However its HTML editor tab can be hidden.

    Any workaround, please?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/adminimize/

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  • P.S. I also noticed the same story happens to “Media Buttons (all) ” if deactivated – it does not affect the custom post type editor fields. All described above refers to ANY user role, including super admin (not specified user roles as I initially thought).

    Plugin Author Frank Bueltge

    @bueltge

    The custom editors have other IDs and class; you can add a new item to the custom options and create a new option for your editor on CPT, like

    HTML Button –> .wp-switch-editor.switch-html

    Also I will add this class to the option in the next version.

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