Support » Plugin: SyntaxHighlighter TinyMCE Button » tinymce toolbar disappears

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  • Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi,computerslayer1 san

    Does whole toolbar disappear? or some buttons disappear?
    Please tell me your wordpress version and browser version.

    Depending on your browser’s window width, Some buttons may be hidden behind the right column.

    Thank you.

    The whole toolbar disappears. Here’s a screenshot:

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/163/addnewpost.jpg/

    When I deactivate the plugin, the toolbar re-appears:

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/715/addnewpostshow.jpg/

    I’m running WordPress 3.1.3 with this syntax highlighter plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/syntaxhighlighter/

    I’ve tried using firefox 3.6.17 and Chrome 11.0.696.77, but the issue appears in both. The browser size is set to 2048×1024.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi, computerslayer1 san

    Thank you for your report.

    I tested in a similar environment, but the toolbar appears.

    WordPress 3.1.3
    SyntaxHighlighter Evolved 3.1.2
    SyntaxHighlighter TinyMCE Button 0.4.1

    Wnen “SyntaxHighlighter Evolved” deactivated, does the toolbar disappear?

    The toolbar still disappears when the “SyntaxHighlighter Evolved” plugin is deactivated.

    I went through and deactivated all the other plugins except for the “SyntaxHighlighter TinyMCE Button” plugin. The toolbar still disappeared.

    I enabled debugging mode, but that didn’t seem to reveal any error messages related to your plugin.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    When both “Select & Insert” and “CodeBox”, or either one are disabled on setting panel, How does the toolbar appear?

    Thank you.

    When both are disabled, the toolbar re-appears. If either option or both options are enabled, then the toolbar disappears.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Thank you for your report.

    I can know “sh-tinymce-button.php” doesn’t cause this trouble.
    As you didn’t get any error with debugging mode, I seem this trouble is caused by the javascript.
    (Can’t exclude “sh-tinymce-button-ins.php” and “sh-tinymce-button-box.php” as a cause…)

    Frankly, I can’t figure out what’s behind it now.
    I will check and rewite “editor_plugin.js” in next version.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi, computerslayer1 san

    Today, ver. 0.5 released.

    This version may help you solve your problems.
    When the toolbar disappears, try to activate “Secondary mode” or change display row.(See setting panel)

    I tried the new “secondary mode” option and tried changing the display row, but the toolbar did not appear. 🙁

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi, computerslayer1 san

    It is a bad news for me.
    Now, I don’t have any solution to this problem.
    However, 0.2.1 or older version may work on your blog.
    Becasue 0.2.1 or older version creates buttons in slightly different way.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/syntaxhighlighter-tinymce-button/download/

    If it works, I will fix your problem in next version.

    0.2.1 didn’t work. The toolbar still disappeared.

    Your 0.5.5 update didn’t seem to address the issue either. I also tried clicking the new “Show You System Info” link, but that didn’t seem to do anything.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi, computerslayer1 san

    I also tried clicking the new “Show You System Info” link, but that didn’t seem to do anything.

    When clicking “Show Your System Info”, Your system info must be shown.

    “Show Your System Info” also depends on a javascript.
    The javascript may error out or be blocked.

    I am confused about this issue, because the javascript is very simple.
    However I think it may help to fix the issue for toolbar.

    If you can, please go through the following steps to detect errors.

    1. Launch your “Google Chrome”.
    2. Go to settings(Customize and control) -> Tools -> JavaScript console.
    3. Browse “SyntaxHighlighter TinyMCE” Button setting panel and click “Show Your System Info” link.

    *If any errors, You can get errors in “JavaScript console”.
    *Repeat the same steps and browse your post in edit mode.

    Errors when clicking the “show your system info” link

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)
    rc-admin-js.js
    
    Uncaught ReferenceError: showhide is not defined
    options-general.php:1
    (anonymous function)
    options-general.php:1

    When loading the post editor:
    GET http://mydomain.com/wp-content/plugins/syntaxhighlighter-tinymce-button/rc-admin-js.js?ver=1.1 404 (Not Found)

    I think I may see a potential problem here. Did you hardcode the “wp-content” directory?

    I renamed my wp-content director to something else in my installation of wordpress.
    rc-admin-js.js

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Hi, computerslayer1 san

    Thank you for your report.

    Did you hardcode the “wp-content” directory?

    Yes.
    I must change the way to get plugin directory.

    I will release the next version soon.
    First, in “Secondary Mode”, I will use another way.
    When updated, please try to activate “Secondary Mode”.
    I believe plugin_dir_url() function can work on your blog.

    Plugin Author redcocker

    (@redcocker)

    Now, Ver.0.5.6 released!

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