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Screen Layout bug on post.php. Stuck on 1 column.

  • Using version 3, beta 1.

    After setting the Number of Columns option on the Edit/Add New post page to 1 columns, I am unable to get it back to 2.

    I discovered this using Firefox. When I opened the page on Chrome, the second column was still missing.

    There is an outline at the top of where the right column should but it’s empty.

    Windows XP SP2.

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  • Oh this so sucks. I triend reinstalling 2.9.2 and then going back to 3.0b1, but I still can’t get a 2-col layout on the post-edit/add pages.

    All the publishing controls that are normally on the right are down below all the other content forms. Lots of sctrolling. 🙁

    Anyone else?

    It looks like when you switch from 2 columns to one, it keeps the column content in 1-column format. If you drag-and-drop, you can put the menu bits back in 2 columns as you see fit.

    Thanks for the reply. I previously tried that — you can see an empty “panel” area on the right — but sections actually stuck on the right. But I just tried it again, with the browser window opened wider, and it worked! 🙂

    Thanks!

    Yeah, the ajax is a little sticky, but it does work 🙂

    Hi, I was having this problem… using the drag-and-drop I managed to put the modules back to their original place. However, it does not save the new layout so when so when I hit update and the page refreshes, it goes back to the one-column, pre-drag and drop layout.

    It’s really frustrating!

    Are you using the beta version of WordPress? If not, you may need to clean some of your database out to reset something…

    This shouldn’t be an ongoing problem with the live versions of WP though.

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