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"Social Subscribe2" issue where Registered Users who have requests a password (3 posts)

  1. pavelsh
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi MattyRob!

    First of all i want to thank you for this great plugin.

    I have one issue.

    I used "Subscribe2 For Social Privacy" plugin which was produced by http://multinc.com/social-privacy/subscribe2-for-social-privacy/
    based on your great plugin.

    The developers of "Subscribe2 For Social Privacy" stop to update plugin 2 years ago.

    Currently i have the issue on "Subscribe2 For Social Privacy" plugin:
    "issue where Registered Users who have requests a password reset disappear from Subscribe2"

    Can you help me to fix it. Looks like it was issue of "Subscribe2" plugin and it was fixed but wasn't updated for "Subscribe2 For Social Privacy" plugin

    Please advice how to fix in plugin files or which files i must changed. Many thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/subscribe2/

  2. mattyrob
    Member
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 2 years ago #

    @Pavelsh,

    You'll need to look at the subscribe2.php file.

    I guess there are 2 approaches. A minimal fix or bring it right up to date.

    For the minimal fix try taking the following functions from the current version of the plugin and replacing the same functions in the "Subscribe2 For Social Privacy".

    register() - line 1229 in version 6.5
    register_form() - line 3338 in version 6.5
    register_post() - line 3359 in version 6.5
    And remove the register_action() function.

    The other way is to add the changes made by Justin at multinc.com into the current version. The easiest way to do this is a side by side comparison of the two file. Justin commented his custom changes well so you'll easily see the bits of code that need adding to the current Subscribe2 code.

    The only other suggestion is to start from scratch using the code snippets but apply the changes using the filters available in Subscribe2. The advantage of this approach is that you would essentially write a plugin to Subscribe2 and after that you can upgrade Subscribe2 without losing your changes.

  3. pavelsh
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hi MattyRob,

    THANKS for reply! gonna implement this solution. Let you know asap.

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