On 07/29/2011 11:27 PM, Campbell, John wrote:
> Are the server logs located in the jetty>  logs folder in the standalone 
> version? If so, I've located the logs, but I honestly wouldn't know what to 
> look for (my role is more of a writer/editor).

As far as I can see those are just request logs so they are useless in 
this case. How do you start XWiki? If you start it from a 
console/terminal you should be able to see the exceptions logged there.

Hope this helps,
Marius

>
> I am using Chrome 12.0.742.122, but have tried to save the page in the most 
> recent versions of both IE and Firefox. It failed to save in all browsers.
>
> I just checked out the XWiki.WysiwygEditorConfig page and made the edits 
> manually, and they seemed to work. Thanks for pointing me to that location.. 
> I'm starting to understand more of the structure and function of XWiki as I 
> continue working with it, but having experts on hand to provide advice is a 
> terrific help.
>
> Thanks again, Marius.
>
> John
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: users-boun...@xwiki.org [mailto:users-boun...@xwiki.org] On Behalf Of 
> Marius Dumitru Florea
> Sent: Friday, July 29, 2011 2:13 PM
> To: users@xwiki.org
> Subject: Re: [xwiki-users] Adding plugins, styles in WYSIWYG Editor 
> configuration
>
> Hi John,
>
> On 07/29/2011 05:30 PM, Campbell, John wrote:
>> Hi, XWiki community.
>> I’ve been wrestling with the WYSIWYG Editor configuration process for a 
>> couple of days, and Marius has been a huge help thus far.
>> But now I’m having an issue with adding plugins and defining styles in the 
>> configuration window. Marius explained the process before and I was able to 
>> load some plugins and associated features. I was also able to define some 
>> styles to be included in the toolbar. Everything was working well.
>> But now, for some reason, I can’t load any more plugins or styles. I’ll load 
>> them (for example, the “color” plugin) and click the Save button at the 
>> bottom of the screen. Normally, a green save message will appear, but that 
>> message is not appearing this time. The editor configuration page reloads 
>> and the color plugin is no longer in the list of loaded plugins. However, in 
>> the Activity Stream, it shows that I’ve edited the WYSIWYG Editor 
>> Configuration Panel and the version has increased by 1. So it seems that the 
>> system is indeed trying to make those changes, and some elements believe 
>> that a change has been made.
>> Can anyone help me out on this?
>
> I haven't heard of such a behaviour before. As Sergiu said, you need to
> check the server logs/console to see if there is any exception thrown
> when you click "Save".
>
>   From what you say, the WYSIWYG editor administration section is not
> saved asynchronously (AJAX request) so there might be also some problem
> with the JavaScript code on that page. Have you tried to save the page
> with a different browser? Btw, what browser are you using?
>
> Also, are the rest of the administration section working fine?
>
> Until you fix this problem, you can edit the XWiki.WysiwygEditorConfig
> page with the object editor and update the configuration manually (if
> it's no too technical).
>
> Hope this helps,
> Marius
>
>> Thanks,
>> John
>>
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