Support » Plugin: qTranslate » workaround for compatibility with plugins that add extra wysiwyg fields

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  • I tried the fix for ACF and it doesn’t work. The ACF WYSIWYG editor still doesn’t show up, except for the “Add Media” button.

    any other solutions?

    What this fixes is the main content wysiwyg being overwritten with the content of the last wysiwyg editor.

    It doesn’t deal with wysiwyg editors not showing up.

    Maybe you should post your issue in the ACF plugin support forum.

    I already posted there, and they say its a qTranslate problem and that its writing over the WYSIWYG editor used by ACF.

    When I turn of qTranslate, the ACF WYWSIWYG editor works.

    Sorry, I don’t use ACF.

    Replacing
    qtrans_save(switchEditors.pre_wpautop(o.content));

    with

    if (ed.editorId.match(/^qtrans_/)) {
    qtrans_save(switchEditors.pre_wpautop(o.content));
    }

    in qtranslate_javascript.php worked for me.

    Thank you lagunas for this solution! I was having issue with qTranslate 2.5.38, WordPress 3.8., Advanced Custom Fields v4.3.3. and the WYSIWYG editor. It would keep wiping out my copy in my main content editor when I would switch between English and Espanol. Once I added the code above in qtranslate_javascript.php all was well again!

    Same here very good thank you

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