When thicking the mono/proportional font box during edit, nothing changes. Internet Explorer and Firefox both report in the console log: "TypeError: twikiAutoSectionsPlugin.Edit is undefined" on line 333 of the AutoSections.js file. On the command-line of the console, indeed shows the twikiAutoSectionsPlugin-object specific properties, but no Edit which is expected on line 333.
I've disabled almost all other plugins and temporary changed the skin from twikinet to only pattern. I also created an isolated simple page in Sandbox. Nothing changed the behaviour of the bug.
This report is related to Bugs.Item7550#6_Make_edit_aware_of_fixed_font
Eric, thank you for your report. I cannot reproduce your issue in my vanilla TWiki install though I can on twiki.org, which is using an old version of the plugin. Can you please try installing the latest version of the plugin from http://twiki.org/p/pub/Plugins/AutoSectionsPlugin/AutoSectionsPlugin.tgz
I've installed the latest version. It showed up as
2016-07-29, $Rev: 30229 (2016-07-30) $
. Unfortunately, it didn't change the behaviour. I also checked the console-log. The same message shows up. Since you report no problem in a vanilla installation, I would suggest to close the bug.
Eric, thank you for a quick turnaround. I will look into it further. Please give me some time.
Eric, there was one file missing in the plugin package, which I didn't notice since I was using files obtained from the source repository rather than a file downloaded from http://twiki.org
. I've fixed the issue and updated the package. Please download the latest package and try again.
Hi Hideyo. Installed and tested, no change in bug behaviour, but I had some errors during the installation of the plugin, using the configure-page
. The installation report is attached to this topic. Of course I manually installed the plugin, I think, successfully.
I just updated TWiki.org with the latest version of this plugin, and proportional/fixed works as expected. Test at TWiki:Sandbox.TestTopic123865
Possibly a browser caching issue on your side? Try Shift-reload a topic.
No, this is not a cache-issue, but installing revision 30269 by TWiki:Main.MahiroAndo
solved the issue.