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I have Unchecked option “Load & Save Terms to Post – Load value based on the post’s terms and update the post’s terms on save” in all of my taxonomy fields.
Is it that option? (to save/load to database).
I tested github version today and I can’t get it working. After replacing files ACF stopped working. In post I have just standard list of “own/meta fields’ with name/value.
If I go to ACF menu I have a list of groups of fields. Every group is empty (only input field with name) with white page under.
I tried replace files without core folder and acf.php. ACF works but admin-ajax is still called and it shows standard tinymce field above my table after first click on checkbox.
Additional info about my installation:
I’m integrating ACF plugin (and all ACF addons) into my template with require_once for example: require_once( dirname (__FILE__) . ‘/advanced-custom-fields/acf.php’ );
This helps me to integrate ACF like ‘ACF light’ version.
User don’t have plugin on plugins list. I can hide ACF menu by commenting line in acf.php: add_action(‘admin_menu’, array($this,’admin_menu’));
I can easly add more fields/change them without second installation for ACF GUI. I can just show ACF menu, done my job and hide it again.
Maybe this way of integrating ACF generates my problems with new version?
I will create new wordpress installation from scratch with normal installation of ACF plugins and I will test it again (but it takes me a while).
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