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    Anonymous

    After updating to Graphene theme 1.9.4.2 (from 1.6.x) on WordPress 4.7.5 my Visual Editor (WYSIWYG) was broken, words were wrapping after 1 letter making it hard to editor posts.

    Narrowed it down to an inject style in #content_ifr.body width style being 0px.

    The buggy code is in options-init.php, function graphene_editor_width, where $content_width is 0;

    I patched by commenting out the “add action” below.

    – Can you explain the intent of this snippet of code?

    – Can you explain why graphene_get_content_width() may be 0 in my case?

    – Our of curiousity, why was setTimeout used here, seems very hack-ish.

    /**

    * Add content width parameter to the WordPress editor

    */

    function graphene_editor_width(){

    global $content_width, $graphene_settings;

    $content_width = graphene_get_content_width();

    ?>

    <script type=”text/javascript”>

    jQuery(document).ready(function($) {

    setTimeout( function(){

    $(‘#content_ifr’).contents().find(‘#tinymce’).css( ‘width’, ‘<?php echo $content_width; ?>’ );

    }, 2000 );

    });

    </script>

    <?php

    }

    //add_action( ‘after_wp_tiny_mce’, ‘graphene_editor_width’ ); //BUG

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