Thanks for the great plugin.
We noticed that since upgrading to 3.9 and ACF 4.3.6, the HTML editor is no longer available in the WYSIWYG editor.
Is this a limitation of the recent TinyMCE upgrade with 3.9?
I tried adding the ‘code’ array value back in via the following filter:
add_filter('acf/fields/wysiwyg/toolbars' , 'bp_wysiwyg_toolbars');
But it still doesn’t render on the front end. In fact, the $init array variable that is passed to this filter does include the a ‘code’ array value but seems like it is being removed before rendering.
I had the same issue. It turned out to be a security plugin obfuscating the wp_version. If you have a security plugin installed, try deactivating that first.
Since it took me 2 hours to track it down, I thought I’d share the love.
Despite the error coming up as an ACF error, it wasn’t a problem with this plugin. I’ve advised the other plugin creator about this and in the mean time turned that feature off.
I disabled all plugins, which didn’t work. Deleted the plugins folder (after backing up of course), which didn’t work. Finally what did work was a fresh WordPress install then turning everything back on. There it was again.
Strange. Not sure if it was something up with the 3.9.1 update or what but it’s back.
I’m also running WP 3.9.1 and ACF 4.3.8 and am having mixed results with the WYSIWYG editor. On one page that I have it set it doesn’t work, but on all the others it does.
The main difference between the various pages is that the one where the WYSIWYG editor doesn’t display has an ACF Google Map field included. If I remove the Google Map field and reload the page editor, the WYSIWYG editor then displays properly.
When I inspect the page, I get the following error:
TypeError: google.load is not a function
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