I was looking for a solution to format the teaser/summary and found a thread stating 7.x-2.x-dev enabled that. So, I removed WYSIWYG and replaced it with the dev version (turned linked modules off, removed old module, installed dev through install feature and reenabled linked modules). I was happy as a clam to have formatting in the teaser/summary, but then I noticed the sorting feature in IMCE is no longer working. And since IMCE has a horrible way it arranges everything, finding files is very difficult.

Two questions:
1. Anyone else experienced this with the dev and, if so, any solutions or ideas to try to get sorting back? - BTW, I did swap back to 7,x-1.9, but the issue remained.

2. Are there any good alternatives where I might get equal capabilities? I've been trying Media with plupload, but it's nowhere near as feature rich as IMCE.



TwoD’s picture

Project:Wysiwyg» IMCE
Version:7.x-2.x-dev» 7.x-1.x-dev
Component:Plugins» Code

IMCE runs as a completely separate thing from the editors and Wysiwyg. IMCE Wysiwyg bridge is basically only making the editors aware of which URL to load. Nothing should changed inside IMCE itself when you install/remove/upgrade Wysiwyg.

I personally haven't used IMCE in a while, so I don't know if they have changed anything, but I'll move this issue there so they can have a look.

dweade’s picture

Thanks, TwoD. Would it help if I uploaded the page source from my IMCE file browser?

Also, I was looking through the code and I do have many links to resources on my site to make it run. Would I face a security risk if I posted the entire code or would I be better off deleting some of those lines (and would that make the share meaningless)?

theMusician’s picture

Version:7.x-1.x-dev» 7.x-1.9

I am experiencing this issue as well with IMCE 1.9 and jQuery 1.7.

When a user clicks the browse server button the window and file list loads but none of the columns can be sorted. The page throws a handy JS error:

ReferenceError: imce is not defined  
imce.hooks.load.push(imce.initiateShortcuts); //shortcuts for directories and files

This gem is in the imce_extras.js file.

I have cleared the caches, made sure permissions were correct, and cannot find anything that would be causing the js to error. It does seem like it is properly wrapped in a jQuery enclosure, but for some reason it has begun throwing this error.