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  • Resolved captzeanie2016

    (@captzeanie2016)


    Hi,

    I thought I would delete all my old revisions and looking through the plugins I find this one that looks the best especially with the cron feature.

    I have installed the plugin.
    I went to the tools:Revision Strike and see the 2 settings listed.
    I selected 15 days and 50 revisions and pressed the Revision Strike button and it reported that it deleted 1 revision. I do not know why it only found 1 revision to delete whereas I have loads of revisions dating back to Dec 2015

    Also once pressing the Revision strike button, the settings revert back to 30days and 50 posts. So there is no way to save your own personal settings for when the cron runs.

    I then tried another Revisions Plugin and it listed I have 36 revisions dated back to Dec 2015. So it looks like Revision Strike is missing some of the revisions when scanning

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/revision-strike/

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  • Plugin Author Steve Grunwell

    (@stevegrunwell)

    captzeanie,

    Thank you for bringing this to my attention. With revisions that old, we certainly should see more than one revision being removed. I’ve opened https://github.com/stevegrunwell/revision-strike/issues/25 on the plugins’ GitHub repo for further investigation.

    As for the settings reverting, there are two screens for Revision Strike:

    1. The “Revision Strike” section of the Settings > Writing page (this is where the values for the cron are set)
    2. Tools > Revision Strike, which is the page that allows you to manually run Revision Strike without waiting for WP-Cron.

    Admittedly, this might not be as clear as it could be, so I’ve opened https://github.com/stevegrunwell/revision-strike/issues/26 to address it.

    Thank you for your feedback!

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