I am very familiar with WYSIWYG failures when there are JS errors present, but what is boggling me right now is that I created a very simple field group to show a WYSIWYG field if conditional logic is met based on the previous field. I use ACF often and am fairly certain that I have set up a similar scenario before without this kind of behavior.
I have a attached a screenshot with the select field selected as “Text” and the WYSIWYG showing due to the conditional logic of the select field being met. Further there I have included the Chrome Inspector’s console to show that there are no errors happening here.
The conditional logic has been removed and this field group is indeed on an ordinary “page” post type. The first screenshot in this reply was taken with all plugins (except ACF) deactivated on WordPress development version (3.9-beta1-27501).
The second screenshot in this reply is taken from a fresh install with WordPress version 3.8.1. Everything seems to be working. Sorry to bother!
Must be a beta bug? Oh well… so much for having fun in beta builds.
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