Support » Plugin: WPide » Wishlist – SCSS syntax highlighting

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  • Workaround, will be replaced on update:
    WPide.php, after line 187

    wp_enqueue_script('ace-mode-scss', $plugin_path . 'js/ace-1.2.0/mode-scss.js');

    load-editor.js, after line 512

    else if (/\.scss$/.test(currentFilename)) {
    mode = require("ace/mode/scss").Mode;
    }

    I would be very pleased if this would be part of an update.

    Thank you very much for this awesome plugin.

    I’d like to add that for it to work you have to install ACEide plugin and do exactly what xauni suggested to the ACEide files as well as the WPide files. I believe the idea is to get rid of WPide in the future but for now, ACEide is acting as an extension to WPide.

    To avoid the overwriting issue on the next update, simply add it to your child theme

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 8 months ago by lotusms.
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