What the fuck?! Requires 45 mb of memory (from 128 MB)! Bye bye plugin...
This plugin has removed my widget area completely. I'm not sure how or why, but since I never really looked at my analytics from the dashboard anyways, it was a simple solution to just get rid of the plugin. Luckily someone figured out the solution before the problem effected me and it was an easy fix. But I can say I was more than a little disappointed when I went to my blog only to see a big notification of the front end saying "no widgets installed..."
Hope you can fix the bugs.
complete garbage. they expect you to be a dubugger
read what they tell you when you send them a request for help
Is there any chance that the long-standing issue with the failed authentication with Google due to inability to fetch Google CA certificate will ever be fixed? It's a long time now that the problem persists. Other plugins have a "ignore SSL certificate errors" to check in order to call CURL with the proper ignore-peer-certificate switch. This issue is quite annoying.
Update: Feb 20 2013: still no answer from the authors. it's almost a year now that this plugin is broken with the lack of support for ignoring SSL certificate errors, as explained above. I am sorry I have to agree with all the others users who state that this plugin is a PIECE OF JUNK. uninstalling from all my sites. goodbye
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