I'm running WordPress on a VPS, and use WP-Tables Reloaded now and then, and it's been great... thanks!
However, I've run into an odd problem.
I created a table a few weeks ago. It's not huge, but it's my largest table... 142 rows, 6 columns.
I had no trouble creating the table or editing it until today. Today, when I attempt to save it, the changes that I've made are discarded, and nothing changes, but I don't get any sort of error message. If I try to delete a column, I get the confirmation "Are you sure you want to delete this column?" message, I click "yes", and the page refreshes and the column is still there.
The java features have all been disabled (I didn't do it... I usually use them), and I can't enable them, but only for this one table. All of the other tables work fine, and I can add new tables.
I exported the table as csv and as html, to see if there were any problems with the table data, and it all looks fine, though I made a couple of minor changes. I imported the changed data and replaced the old table with it, and the new data appears, of course, but the table still can't be edited. I imported the data as a NEW table, and again, it imports fine, but can't be edited.
My PHP RAM limit is currently 128M, and I'm only using about half of it, and my exec time is 120 seconds, I believe. The table is only about 12k as CSV, anyway.
Any ideas what would cause this?