WordPress released 2.0.6 yesterday- and it’s supposedly the last release before the much awaited 2.1
Apple users should be happy that Safari will now display quicktags- but, as always, Firefox is the browser of choice for WordPress users (and with Firefox 2.0 you get spell check!).
Hereâ€™s whatâ€™s new:* The aforementioned security fixes.
* HTML quicktags now work in Safari browsers.
* Comments are filtered to prevent them from messing up your blog layout.
* Compatibility with PHP/FastCGI setups.
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All of a sudden, my pretty quicktags bar stopped showing up. It was as if the Visual Rich Editor had been turned off.
I went to the Options>Writing> ” Users should use the visual rich editor by default” check box- and it was checked and nothing.
Stumbled across an “improved WYSIWG editor” plugin– and downloaded it- and was about to install it- out of frustration- when I read in it’s read me: disable the “use visual rich editor by default” in 2 places! Not just the “Options>Writing” menu- but also under the user menus. AHA! That was the answer- somehow, under my user profile the “Use Visual Rich Editor by default” box has become unchecked.
Checked it- hit save, and voila, my visual rich editor (TinyMCE) was fixed. Hope this helps someone else.