Support » Plugin: Smart Grid-Layout Design for Contact Form 7 » Toolset Types Breaks Editor

  • Resolved c0re

    (@c0re)


    First, thank you for this great plugin!

    I have noticed on our site, our template uses the popular Toolset Types plugin (currently using version 3.3.5 on latest WP).

    When using this plugin, the editor appears broken and forms cannot be saved. The only workaround is to disable Toolset Types in order to edit.

    I have attached a console output from Firefox, not sure if this helps to identify what the incompatibility may be.

    https://i.imgur.com/rfwpR4X.png

    EDIT: I looked more closely and it looks like the issue is likely a codemirror.js issue. Types is including ver5.5.0 and your plugin is including 2.10.5 so there were probably incompatibilities there, though no idea what.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by c0re.
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  • Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    First, thank you for this great plugin!

    you’re wc. Do leave a review when you have a spare moment!

    When using this plugin, the editor appears broken and forms cannot be saved. The only workaround is to disable Toolset Types in order to edit.

    bummer!

    I have attached a console output from Firefox, not sure if this helps to identify what the incompatibility may be.

    https://i.imgur.com/rfwpR4X.png

    thanks, that’s useful. Others have had similar problems due to the plugins usign th CodeMirror js editor. (It is used by the smart grid to enable colour text editor of the html code.
    Likely the Toolset plugin is also loading/using the CodeMirror and as a result the Smart-grid instance of the CodeMirror isn’t finding/loading the extension (overlayMode) it requires. Hence the error you’re seeing.

    I’ll need to take a look and get a fix for this. I am a little busy till next week, so won’t have time to look into this until then.

    The issue should not stop you from running the site, so maybe you can temporarily switch-off the Toolset plugin while creating new forms and then activating it again to get the site to work properly? THe conflict is only in the admin section and would not affect the front-end for display.

    Thread Starter c0re

    (@c0re)

    Hi Aurovrata,

    Thanks for the very fast reply! I can confirm disabling Toolset Types to edit and re-enabling after works fine as a workaround. As you said, it does not cause issues on the front-end.

    Really I just wanted to leave this here as a possible bug report in case it was useful. If you ever make adjustments to the code to fix it let me know and I will be happy to test the result on our site.

    I’ll be sure to leave a plugin review as well. Cheers!

    Plugin Author Aurovrata Venet

    (@aurovrata)

    Given that Toolset Types is a commercial plugin, I am unable to test it and attempt to resolve this issue. Hence I am marking this as resolved.

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