[wp-testers] TinyMCE Shows up Only Partially
wp-lowtraffic at schestowitz.com
Tue Dec 6 07:21:43 GMT 2005
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 06:51:58 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
> On 12/6/05, Roy Schestowitz <wp-lowtraffic at schestowitz.com> wrote:
>> * wp-includes/js/tinymce/themes/advanced/images/code.gif
>> in the above, notice the word "advanced" which vaguely resembles
>> "advertisement". If you change the path to, let us say:
>> The issue would be resolved altogether.
> Maybe so, but this sounds very hypothetical.
> I'm not excited about changing the directory structure to accommodate
> an optional browser extension that is too liberal in its filtering of
> page elements. Is that the default behavior of the extension? How hard
> is it to fix the extension?
> WP isn't broken in this situation, you have willfully broken your
> browser. If you want to submit a patch for WP to accommodate you, log
> into trac with your wp.org credentials and do so.
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 06:58:41 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
>> From looking at Roy's CSS attachment, img[src*="/adv"] is probably the
> selector that is causing your browser to ignore the icons.
I am not suggesting a patch that accommodates my individual needs. I did
not add the img[src*="/adv"] selector myself. The Mozilla Foundation (now
Corporation?) encourages people to use that cascading style sheet if they
wish to block advertisements. You can expect a decent number of people to
willfully put this extension in place. The exclusion is there by default
and can be applied to any version of Firefox.
I fully understand your side. That's exactly why (earlier in this corre-
spondence) I alluded to the fact that it would be ridiculous to bend for
the sake of some obscure extension. All I say is that it may cause trou-
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