Support » Plugin: Black Studio TinyMCE Widget » [Plugin: Black Studio TinyMCE Widget] Plugin collapse

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  • Plugin Author Marco Chiesi

    (@marcochiesi)

    Hi vitherde,
    please could you provide us the following information:
    * Which browser/os (and which version) are you using?
    * Which version of WordPress are you using?
    * Which WordPress theme are using?
    * Do you have other plugins installed?

    Additionally, could you check the browser javascript console and tell us if it reports some script error?

    Same problem here. Chrome Dev channel on Windows 7, WP 3.3.1, child theme of Genesis. Other plugins:

    • Debug bar
    • Debug bar extender
    • Dynamic widgets
    • WordPress SEO
    • One custom plugin
    Plugin Author Marco Chiesi

    (@marcochiesi)

    Hi Travis,
    thanks for your report. Unfortunately I was not able to reproduce the problem with almost the same configuration as yours (except for the custom plugin obviously).
    Please could you check your Chrome Javascript Console (CTRL+SHIFT+i in “Console” panel) and tell me if there’s some error reported.
    Otherwise, could you create a temporary admin account to your site for me to check?
    Cheers.

    Have the latest version of WordPress, 3.3.1.
    Works fine on my computer at work (OS X 10.7.2 and Firefox 9.0.1). So I guess it’s a browser/os thing…

    Plugin Author Marco Chiesi

    (@marcochiesi)

    That seems to be an issued caused by the Dynamic Widgets plugin.
    See here for further info: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-dynamic-widgets-wp-331-compatibility
    Please could you check if the problem disappears by deactivating the Dynamic Widgets plugin?
    This also affects WordPress native text widgets, not just TinyMCE widgets. It seems this has been fixed in the latest development release of Dynamic Widgets, but I didn’t test it yet, so I recommend updating it as soon as it will be available.
    In the meantime, a simple workaround is to add a Widget and click Save on it, then reload the Widgets page: the widget should become available and editable at that point.

    Plugin Author Marco Chiesi

    (@marcochiesi)

    I confirm that this was caused by a bug in Dynamic Widgets plugin.
    It has been fixed with the latest version (1.5.1) of Dynamic Widgets, recently released.

    Great 🙂

    Thanks!

    Thank you for the hints. Great Plugin!

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