Finally tracked it down. It seems like there's a bug in ordering plugins
when one has a plugin-priority and the other doesn't. I've thrown a PR up
for the fix here. https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/pull/3113
@Jeremy, can you take a look?
On Monday, February 12, 2018 at 10:48:12 AM UTC-5, Matthew Lauber wrote:
> So, I found this code
> and tried setting the `plugin-priority` field on my plugin, but it doesn't
> seem to affect the ordering. However, renaming my plugin from
> $:/plugins/mklauber/... to $:/zzz/plugins/mklauber/... does, which says to
> me it's an ordering issue. Anyone familiar with that code, or better able
> to explain plugin ordering?
> On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 6:43:02 PM UTC-5, Matthew Lauber wrote:
>> I've got some tweaks I like on all my wikis (breakpoint, story river
>> width, etc). I tried to pack them into a plugin so I can move them from
>> wiki to wiki easily, but what I discovered is that once I pack them into
>> the plugin, they no longer work. I can see them inside the plugin, so what
>> I think is happening is that my preference plugin is being loaded before
>> the theme plugin itself, and thus the theme overwrites my tweaks.
>> Can anyone shed light on what controls plugin load order?
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