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Both are correct, but the second one is ambiguous when written, because if you don't pronounce the "s", it means "Nothing shocks me anymore", but if you pronounce it, it means "Nothing shocks me more"... And it's not even that simple, because some people NEVER pronounce the "s" in "plus", so you can't even be sure of what they would mean when saying the ...
I believe that one can pronounce the final s of plus to avoid ambiguity.
Actually both forms are correct. Though the former (sticking plus to rien) puts more emphasis on the quantity of things that are non-shocking : Plus rien ne me choque, (maintenant). Toutes les choses ne me choquent plus, maintenant. All the things don't shock me anymore. Nothing shocks me anymore. Whereas the latter (sticking plus with the ...
Both forms are valid although most people would use the first one, the latter sounding more literary. Plus does not relate to the verb.
Dans une phrase complète, comme pronom indéfini en objet direct, ce peut être l'un ou l'autre au choix : « soit avant l'infinitif ou entre l'auxiliaire et le participe, — soit [...] après l'infinitif et le participe. » (LBU14, §300, d, 2°). Par exemple : [...] faut-il [...] tout miser sur un avenir neuf [...] ? (Merleau-Ponty) Des hommes voulaient ...
Afficher tout is short for Afficher tout (le contenu) and isn't technically wrong. Though I'll agree with you, as a native speaker, Tout afficher sounds better to me.
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