Visual editor (wysiwyg) with 1 char per line

  • Salem

    #4924

    Hello,

    not sure why, but i can’t use the Visual editor with the latest Graphene on my WordPress 3.4.1. and Graphene 1.7.3.

    The White part of the Visual editor is only 1 char wide:

    Screenshot: http://files.pannek.de/wordpress.png

    With a different Theme it works fine.

    Thanks

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #29893

    Hurm.. Try resetting the column widths in Graphene Options > Display > Column Width Options.

    Salem

    #29894

    Thanks, I tried it, the old value was 20 and it’s still 20, same problem 🙁

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #29895

    Which value is 20?

    Josh

    #29896

    I’m sure Syahir is correct in determining your column settings are probably incorrect.

    However, I’m curious… what happens when you check this option:

    appearance -> graphene options -> “display” tab -> miscellaneous display options -> disable custom editor styles

    Does that restore the visual editor?

    Metric

    #29897

    That worked for me thanks. I did notice however that the problem was with Firefox. I tried it in IE and it was fine. Firefox was the one having a problem resizing my editing box. Your suggestion to disable custom editor styles fixed it though..

    Thanks

    rremde

    #29898

    I was experiencing the same problem in Safari 6.0. Disabling custom editor styles as Josh suggested fixed it for me as well.

    Josh

    #29899

    Just a note…

    Understand that the custom editor stylesheet is intended to help the wysiwyg editor be more like the front end of the site. Especially with the custom column widths. The editor stylesheet will “mimic” the front end layout of your website.

    Disabling this option does not harm your site… but it reduces the intended functionality of the theme.

    If you are experiencing issues with this option enabled… then it’s probably because another plugin is attempting to also alter the tinymce editor stylesheet. You might want to first try de-activating plugins and see if you can find the culprit. In most cases, it’s probably a little more wise to lose the plugin… then intended functionality of the theme.

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