Support » Plugin: WordPress Gallery Plugin - NextGEN Gallery » TinyMCE stops showing with NextGen

  • Hi There,

    I am using the 2015 theme and have disabled all other plug-ins. When I enable NextGen, TinyMCE stops working.

    I suspect that the problem may be a server setting as I am using a server chosen by the client and not a hosting provider that I am familiar with.

    Here are the stats generated by NextGen:

    Operating System : Linux (64 Bit)
    Server : Apache/2.4
    Memory usage : 29.13 MByte
    MYSQL Version : 5.1.61-log
    SQL Mode : Not set
    PHP Version : 5.6.12-0+deb8u1
    PHP Safe Mode : Off
    PHP Allow URL fopen : On
    PHP Memory Limit : 128
    PHP Max Upload Size : 8M
    PHP Max Post Size : 8M
    PCRE Backtracking Limit : 1000000
    PHP Max Script Execute Time : 30s
    PHP Exif support : Yes ( V1.4 )
    PHP IPTC support : Yes
    PHP XML support : Yes
    Graphic Library

    GD Version : 2.1.1-dev
    FreeType Support : Yes
    FreeType Linkage : with freetype
    T1Lib Support : No
    GIF Read Support : Yes
    GIF Create Support : Yes
    JPEG Support : Yes
    PNG Support : Yes
    WBMP Support : Yes
    XPM Support : Yes
    XBM Support : Yes
    WebP Support : Yes
    JIS-mapped Japanese Font Support : No

    Perhaps you can point me in the right direction? I have clicked around in the server settings but nothing is jumping out as looking to be outdated/disabled.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/nextgen-gallery/

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  • To further elaborate on this problem, I have decide to proceed with development with the hopes that the problem gets fixed. I am trying to upload images but when i try to create a new gallery and upload images, I am getting this text:
    Your browser doesn’t have Silverlight, HTML5, or HTML4 support.

    I am using Chrome, so perhaps that can help hint to what server setting may be out of whack.

    Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    @ellice909 – With a baseline installation, as this appears to be, have a look in the wp-config.php file for define statements related to content locations, especially if the WP_CONTENT constant has been defined incorrectly.

    Thanks!

    – Cais.

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