I discovered a conflict today that EMAIL USERS disables the ability to show, hide and therefore select Pages in the Appearance -> Menus section of the WordPress dashboard.
I’m using the latest theme from Elegant Themes that supports one custom menu. With Email Users activated I’m unable to show and hid the Pages pane on this page. Also unable to use any of the show / hide functionality for Categories and Posts.
here is a quick screen cast that shows the conflict:
Thanks for posting the screen cast, that is very helpful. I’ll take a look and see if I can figure out what the conflict is. What browser and platform are you running on?
Ahh. Hi Mike –
Shoulda done that. Mac OS X 10.7.5 and Safari 6.0.1
Glad the screencast was helpful.
Agreed. Very weird. Took me a while to drill down and find the conflict; wouldn’t have even guessed it considering I have several other JS and jquery plugins that would’ve been more suspect.
The conflict is caused by this on line 500 of email-users.php:
I am not sure why that is causing it to hiccup but commenting out that line fixes the problem. I am not sure what that script does, it was in the plugin before I started working on it. It will take me a little while to chase that down.
Interesting. Well, thanks for the effort and keep us posted. For now, I just deactivate temporarily if I need to make a menu change, fortunately not that often.
I have fixed is problem which also affected the WordPress Dashboard. I hope to release an update in the next at or so.
Beta version of 4.3.15 which includes a fix for this problem is now available for testing! Let me know if you run into any issues.
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