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WPML + Gravity Forms Plugin Conflict

  1. As soon as a installed Gravity Forms my Pages panel disappeared .
    I found this post googling the issue. The modification did work. I was wondering if you want to consider changing this in your next release.

    > Change the ‘add_object_page‘ function to ‘add_menu_page‘,

    http://www.antimath.info/wordpress/wordpress-admin-panels-disappearing/

    Posted 10 years ago on Tuesday December 6, 2011 | Permalink
  2. This is the first time this has been reported as an issue. Due to the number of panels that are required for this to start causing an issue it's known as an edge case which explains why it's never been reported to us as an issue before.

    add_object_page and add_menu_page actually aren't exactly the same. add_menu_page by default adds the item at the very bottom of the menu, add_object_page by default adds the item at the bottom of the first group of menu items in the WordPress Navigation.

    At this point given our large user base and the fact the menu position has been in the same position for the last 2+ years, we can't change the location for an edge case situation. However, what we can do is look into adding a hook that allows you to tell Gravity Forms to use add_menu_page instead of add_object_page should you feel the need to make this change and in such a way that it's update proof.

    Posted 10 years ago on Tuesday December 6, 2011 | Permalink
  3. Hi Carl. Thanks for your reply.

    I use magic fields to create custom panels for different sections in the website. So that adds a fair few panels to the menu. I understand it's not a very common case.
    The hook solution sounds great, though. Please let me know when that's in...

    Posted 10 years ago on Thursday December 8, 2011 | Permalink

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