Anyone have the same bug?
When putting 2 WYSIWYG columns next to each other, the link function starts blinking when you want to accept the link. It goes away once you make one of them 100% width again. Video for demonstration.
It’s applied on an options page.
What version of WP? ACF? Are you using glutenberg?
I also have the same issue, no matter if it’s wrapped in a column or not. Just having a Field Group that shows on a page with only 1 WYSIWYG field. I tried several versions of ACF Pro from 5.7.6 to 5.8.0-b3. The bug goes away if I install the Classic Editor Plugin (to remove Gutenberg) since I’m using WordPress 5.0.3, so the bug is definitely linked to Gutenberg.
Here’s another video of it in action:
I’ve tried this on several combinations of WP/ACF versions and I’m not seeing an issue. Could it be browser/OS related? What browser/OS are you on.
Also, have you deactivated all other plugins on the site? Something else may be causing it as well.
Hello, the bug is present on the latest version of Chrome(72.0.3626.81) and Edge(42.17134.1.0), but not on Firefox and IE11. Yes I did try to remove every other plugins and use the latest default WP Theme (TwentyNineteen), same behavior. The bug is only present on a WYSIWYG inside an ACF field group in a page. Using the classic editor in a Gutenberg block works, and installing the “Classic Editor” plugin removes the issue entirely.
Here is a video showing everything I just said:
I’m experiencing the same issue in Chrome 72.0.3626.121
Has there been any resolution ?
Are you using the block editor, otherwise known as
gooberbug Gutenberg? This related to the new editor and it may not be fixed until ACF5.8 is released.
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