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  • Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    Version 2013.0531.4444 is available here

    Thank you!

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    I am sorry of this, please revert to version 2013.0531.4444, available here, for now.

    The problem is due to new HyperdDB code

    I am working on a solution …

    When will the fix be ready. I’m having trouble with 4444 download.

    cheers

    kgray

    I’ve downloaded the 4444 program on my desktop. How do I install it manually on the blog?

    thx

    kgray

    I’ve figured it out.

    Thx for your help today.

    cheers

    kgray

    Same problem here, please fix this and please test in the future this code a bit more…. Now I have a lot of work to correct all this again… 🙁

    Is this 4444 manual download the one with the corrected time synchronization on it?

    cheers

    kgray

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    Problem Solved!

    New Version 2013.0726.6666 is ready to download here

    draven666 wrote:

    test in the future this code a bit more

    I am sorry, but the problem is not related to my code, but to others issues 🙂

    Thank you for the fixed version. I will install it as soon as I have all scheduled posting again. Unfortunately, a lot of work…

    I know the life of a programmer is tough, no doubt. It is usually integrated code that does not play together cleanly.

    But to prevent such a problem in the future: I do not think that there are people who publish several posting in few seconds/minutes. How about a counter or switch, we can activate and the plugin automatically ceases to publish articles and issues a warning? Or something like that. What do you think? For my part I would very much welcome such a function 🙂

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    Ok, add this suggestion to todo list for future develoment 😉

    in case anyone has a whole hell of a lot of posts to unpublish (i had 183 of them!), this seemed to be the easiest/fastest way to do it: (1) bulk edit and change status to draft. (2) uninstall plugin. (3) bulk edit and change status to published. since the plugin’s not there, wordpress will correctly read the date and simply schedule them for the future again. i haven’t reinstalled the “fixed” plugin version yet, though. not sure i want to chance that headache again.

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    ysar wrote:

    i haven’t reinstalled the “fixed” plugin version yet, though. not sure i want to chance that headache again

    I am very sorry of this 😉

    Then please publish this function quite fast, so as this worst case scenario can not happen again. Thank you!

    I had the same problem with over 40 posts prematurely published. I deleted the updated version and manually installed the one ending in .4444. The plug-in was working fine before the updated .6666 verion. Is there any reason we even need to update it? I had to manually change the status of my prematurely published posts to draft, will have to manually reschedule them. If this happens when I am overseas it would be a disaster as I only want one post per day being published.

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