Support » Plugin: WP Super Edit » [Plugin: WP Super Edit] Bug in custom css styles (super edit 2.3.7)

  • There is a bug in the custom classes plugin of the current version of WP super edit:

    Problem: classes from editor.css are not loaded.

    Cause: The mce_css filter function does not combine multiple editor style files correctly.

    Bugfix:
    In file wp-se-cssclasses.php, line 89:
    Change the line
    if (empty( $mce_css ) ) $mce_css .= ',';
    to
    if (! empty( $mce_css ) ) $mce_css .= ',';

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-edit/

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  • Plugin Author Jess Planck

    (@ev3rywh3re)

    Drat! That would be the problem! Wasn’t paying attention and let that one creep in when I was trying to reduce PHP warnings.

    Thanks a bunch! WP Super Edit 2.3.8 should fix the problem.

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