I am having the same problem.
The problem is on tablet(ipad/iphone), you don't have the add table button. You need to use PC to have that button. You can add a table using tablet by writing commands(example) but it will be very complicated.
What that, the screencap, means is the editor is in *forced* Source Mode. This happens when the coding on the page is too complex for either the VE or Classic editors to handle.
As mentioned though, ensure both the wiki has VisualEditor enabled, *and* that your personal preferences has on the Editing tab the option "Enable Visual Editor (where available)" selected (if you want it) or deselected (always use Source Mode). It affects both Visual Editors.
Previously, when I clicked on "edit" for a page in a wiki I started (in February), a visual editor came up, with the source editor as an option. Now, only the source editor comes up; I've looked all over for an explanation, but haven't found one. I didn't change any preferences, and it is the same on some other wikis I looked at. Does anyone know why?
The visual editor started working again on my computer; no explanation of why it didn't for a while. If there was some problem with it that prevented it from working for the last week or so, it would have been nice to get an error message, so that I would know why it disappeared.
Hi! I'm experiencing some issues with the Visual Editor as well. It's marked as the preferred editing tool but when I click on Edit or Add, it gets stuck on the loading screen. Tried on Chrome and Firefox. Any help?