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[6.6.7]: Smiley Toolbar isn't there

started by on Jan 27, 2016 – Last touched: Feb 03, 2016

Jan 27, 2016 02:15    

Hi,
after the upgrade from 6.6.6 to 6.6.7 my smiley toolbar isn't in the editor of a new post. I'm using the advanced Mode - it is not in the WYSWYG nor in the HTML mode visible.

The plugin for smileys I deinstalled and installed it new.
The setting in the blog settings is checked for using the toolbar.
The setting in the user settings is checked for using the toolbar.
The setting in the plugin itself is checked for using the toolbar.

Have I forgotten anything? Why it will not works in 6.6.7 although it done it in 6.6.6?

I miss my toolbar of smileys &#59;)
And yes, rendering is activate too (like for this post).

Jan 28, 2016 07:18

@ednong wrote earlier:

Hi,
after the upgrade from 6.6.6 to 6.6.7 my smiley toolbar isn't in the editor of a new post. I'm using the advanced Mode - it is not in the WYSWYG nor in the HTML mode visible.

The plugin for smileys I deinstalled and installed it new.
The setting in the blog settings is checked for using the toolbar.
The setting in the user settings is checked for using the toolbar.
The setting in the plugin itself is checked for using the toolbar.

Have I forgotten anything? Why it will not works in 6.6.7 although it done it in 6.6.6?

I miss my toolbar of smileys ;)
And yes, rendering is activate too (like for this post).

Now, I have a try on my site. Yes , it's only shown on the comment form. Then I checked the code of _smiles.plugin.php, there are only two functions: DisplayCommentToolbar() and DisplayMessageToolbar() , may be it means this toolbar can only be used on comment and message form. So are you sure in the version of 6.6.6 , it got a toolbar on the advanced post editor?

Jan 29, 2016 03:21

@mgsolipa
Okay - I thought I'm dreamin' now because it was there before the update and I haven't touch anything &#59;)

Good if it will be changed (back) in the next version. A reason for the update ...


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