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  • redwolf replied
     

    WP 5.5.1 landed and it’s fixed the attach multiple images bug.

    Task can be closed now, thanks.

  • redwolf replied
     

    Yes. That’s what I’ve been trying to explain. I’m reporting a bug, not asking for a how to guide.

    I add multiple image posts once a week, they’ve worked well. Until WP 5.5 arrived and broke the functionality.

    All of the GUI is intact for multiple images, but the images no longer attach to the post.

    Try creating a new multiple image post under 5.5.

    The Use as featured image X button is now a link with a hash on the end, so it just reloads the page instead of adding the image.

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    Doesn’t work.

    It looks like the add other feature image links are all hashed, so all it’s doing is reloading the page or module.

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    I think we’re having a miscommunication. I know how to create multiple image posts.

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    The problem is that when I try to create a new one, it will attach the featured image, but none of the others.

    Under Featured Image 2, I select Set featured image 2, select the Gallery tab, show the image I want, then select Use as featured image 2. The image does not attach. Tried it from the main featured image tool and all of the others. The extra featured images will no longer attach.

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    Still not working for me.

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    I can see my own private replies?

  • redwolf replied
     

    Version 2.7.0 fixed the theme options issue. Nice!

    Unfortunately, the issue with multiple featured images no longer being able to be attached is still occurring.

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  • redwolf replied
     

    Try it again now.

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  • redwolf replied
     

    /wp-admin/update-core.php

    <h2>Themes</h2>
    The following themes have new versions available. Check the ones you want to update and then click “Update Themes”.

    Hooray You have version 2.6.3 installed. Update to 2.6.3.

    Select Hooray, then Update Themes button.

    <h2>Updating Theme Hooray (1/1)</h2>

    An error occurred while updating Hooray: Update package not available.

     

  • redwolf replied
     

    An error occurred while updating Hooray: Update package not available.

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    The version of Hooray v2.6.2 both installed and downloaded from Themeforest has a functions.php file infected with WP-VCD.

  • redwolf replied
     

    functions.php has just been removed again. Why is this file triggering a malware detector?

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  • redwolf replied
     

    Yep.

    The last bit really only needs:

    /* editor publish box month timestamp arrow bugfix */
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm:focus {
    -moz-appearance: listbox !important;
    }

    I still have a one pixel diagonal bounce on the editor toolbar I could probably squash with a bit more investigation, but the major problem is gone.

    Thanks for checking.

    Update: This kills the single pixel toolbar bounce:

    .wp-admin .wp-editor-container:active {
    margin-top: 0 !important;
    border-right: solid #e5e5e5 1px !important;
    border-left: solid #e5e5e5 1px !important;
    }

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    • This reply was modified 4 years, 10 months ago by redwolf.
  • redwolf replied
     

    Deactivating Jetpack is not really a solution for me. Adding admin CSS is a better option.

    This will fix both.

    /* editor toolbar bounce bugfix */
    .wp-admin .quicktags-toolbar {
    position: relative !important;
    }
    .wp-admin .wp-editor-area {
    margin-top: 0 !important;
    }

    /* editor publish box month timestamp arrow bugfix */
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm,
    .wp-admin .timestamp-wrap #mm:focus {
    -webkit-appearance: listbox !important;
    -moz-appearance: listbox !important;
    -ms-appearance: listbox !important;
    }

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    Looks like it’s a Firefox only bug. Chrome is okay, but it happens on FF both OSX and Win7.

    The edit menu only drops down on click. Once the cursor is in the field it doesn’t interfere, until you need to click in the field and highlight text. Obviously, it makes selecting edit menu items almost impossible.

    I notice the scheduled post month date dropbox arrow is FF only as well.

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