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I've fresh-installed a WordPress 3.2.1 on my server yesterday. Unfortunately, installing 3.2.1 breaks all the jQuery scripts and I can't click on "Collapse menu", "HTML" in the editor, "Fullscreen" - basically, everything that's loaded with jQuery.

I've tested with Safari, Firefox and Chrome on a MAC OS X.

I downgraded on 3.2.0 and jQuery is working properly on this version, but when I upgrade back to 3.2.1. everything breaks.

If you think it's related to JSON, JSON is working properly with PHP, too. I also don't have any plugins installed, except Akismet and the theme installed with the default one: Tweenty Twelve or smtg.

Can anyone help me? Thank you.

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So you could send us the error, that the jQuery is outputing on the console. – Webord Feb 26 '12 at 5:37

Twenty Eleven is the default theme and 3.2.1 is working fine for me here, on both a local machine and a server build.

Are you getting Wordpress directly from Wordpress.org? Also, make sure your default theme is twenty eleven and try that. If it is not, you may have a larger issue on your hands.

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Thanks. Seems to be working in the latest nightly build: development version (3.3-aortic-dissection). – Lee Aug 3 '11 at 13:34

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