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February 27, 2018
I had to fix 2 bugs during the installation process alone! (see below) but encountered a 3rd critical bug during the mandatory configuration step in the settings page before giving up on this plugin. I honestly don't know how most non-geniuses can get this plugin to install properly, let alone get it to work. Problem #1: wouldn't install. (meaning - it doesn't get listed for possible activation in the wordpress 'installed plugins' GUI after uploading the extracted files to the plugins directory as instructed). bug #1: zip file (and therefore the extracted master folder) name ends with "...-master.zip". fix #1: Need to remove the "-master" suffix from the zip file / extracted folder name. Problem #2: clicking 'activate' does nothing. bug #2: a vital .php file (not sure which one it was as it was late last night -- I think it was s3-video.php?) had 4 lines of code with file name values. From memory, those 4 hardcoded values included a parent directory and sub directory, but those directory names aren't needed. Only the file names are needed. fix #2: Modify the hardcoded values by removing the parent and sub folder names and save the buggy php file. Problem #3: settings page tells you that you must click a link to a configure page. Clicking the link does nothing. bug #3: I couldn't figure this one out
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