After placing a working H5P plugin on a wiki page, an edit button will appear directly below the H5P content for admins. This is similar to what appears when displaying the H5P content from the File Gallery, where it brings up the correct dialog for editing the H5P content.
However, on the wiki page, the edit button links to 'tiki-editpage.php' instead of 'tiki-ajax_services.php'. This causes the ajax popup to show the wiki page edit dialog, instead of the controller dialog. Using Chrome, I was able to test this, and the one change in the href field was able to pull up the correct dialog.
I am not able to create a show.t.o instance right now, but will create one ASAP.
If I were to hazard a guess, the issue would be in /lib/wiki-plugins/wikiplugin_h5p.php
This seems fine for me in both 19.x and 18.x so maybe this one just went away? (if i'm checking the right thing)
Nope (opens last referrer in the modal instead of the correct one for me), see my comment below.
Hopefully 68813 fixes it. (fingers crossed)
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