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Drupal 7. WYSIWYG module, CKEditor as chosen library, Video Filter module.

When I manually type in the video filter code, it works. When I add the video filter button to the toolbar for my CKEditor profile, it works. But when I go to enter content and I click the video filter button in the CKEditor toolbar, it opens a new window and attempts to access a page that doesn't exist on my site, giving me the error The requested page "/video_filter/dashboard/wysiwyg_ckeditor" could not be found. Googling the error is unhelpful.

  • It started working after I disabled a number of other modules, such as Media, Media Youtube, and Video. – beth Jul 11 '12 at 20:19
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    On a side note, I opened an issue a while ago on video_filter's ckeditor plugin, it has a patch fix for the youtube autoplay functionality drupal.org/node/1430680. (Worth noting because I see you used Media Youtube) – B2F Jul 11 '12 at 21:23
  • Thanks! I actually wasn't using Media YouTube anymore and that's why I disabled it, but it is definitely an issue that the maintainer should look at. – beth Jul 12 '12 at 13:33

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