Support » Plugin: Black Studio TinyMCE Widget » Widget will not open for editing

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  • Solved – looks like another plugin that I used had disabled the visual editor in my account settings. To check this, go into Users > Your Profile and see if the ‘Disable the visual editor’ option is checked. Un-check it.

    Plugin Author Marco Chiesi


    Than you, Ken. I am glad that your problem was resolved. As a reference please could you specify which was the other plugin that disabled the editor?

    Hi Marco – I am having the same problem. Love the widget and up until last week was able to edit, add images etc no problem. I checked my profile and the “disable the visual editor when writing” was unchecked and I’ve deactivated the last plug-in before it stopped working. Still no joy. Any suggestions please. Thanks

    Problem solved. I just needed to update my theme!! Go figure!

    As a reference please could you specify which was the other plugin that disabled the editor?

    Sorry, I’m not sure which plugin did, I had been trying several and have uninstalled them.

    Hi sorry for delayed response. It was the WordPress Meta Keywords I uninstalled. But that didn’t make any difference. Updating the Responsive Theme did the trick.

    If I’m reading the above correctly, I experienced a related problem to this today and fixed it.

    My client updated WP to 3.5, and suddenly she could not edit the Widgets through admin, their dropdowns wouldn’t work.

    When I did the most recent Black Studio TinyMCE Widget update, the widgets can now be edited again.

    I think it’s likely that the change to use the “official” WP JQuery probably solved it.


    Plugin Author Marco Chiesi


    Hi flamenco,
    I confirm that Black Studio TinyMCE is actually compatible with WordPress 3.5, starting from version 1.1.0, which was released on Nov 15th, a few weeks before the official release of WordPress 3.5.
    If you were running a previous version of the plugin, I can confirm that there were problems fixed with that update. The problems were not directly related to jquery, as the plugin has always used the “official” jquery coming with WordPress.

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