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  • dontaskme

    (@dontaskme)


    Hi,

    UPDATE: You can read the replies but the problem was mine, not the plugin.

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    I gave it four stars and not one because I must be missing something.

    Anyway, when I go to settings OA there is a help page there but no settings. The strange thing is I’ve used this plugin before and could find settings. I’m running 4.9.8. I would include a screenshot but don’t see a way to do that.

    Vincent

    Seems im running an outdated version of php so I can’t use it. Updated my rating to five stars since the plugin has always worked in the past.

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  • Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    I think this would be better for a support request instead of a review. Which version of PHP are you using? If you’re running 5.5 or lower, you should switch to 7 or higher. Anything below 7 isn’t receiving security updates anymore anyway.

    dontaskme

    (@dontaskme)

    Yea I am running less than 7 but if I upgrade i’d have a lot of work to do. So for now I just won’t use the plugin. It runs but just can’t get the settings page. My pages still try to use it. Thanks anyway

    Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    And if you upgrade to 5.6? You should be okay at 5.6, perhaps even 5.5…

    dontaskme

    (@dontaskme)

    I am running 5.4. I’ll check into upgrading it some. It’s odd the way it’s acting. It seems to be running but I just can’t control it because of no settings.

    Thanks

    dontaskme

    (@dontaskme)

    Hi again,

    I upgraded my PHP to 5.6 and the plugin works fine now.

    Thanks for telling me about 5.6. The other day I tried to upgrade a server to the current version. I could never find PHP modules that matched the version. Wasted a whole day on that. So I did not want to try to go to version 7 right now on this server. Yet, 5.6 was an easy upgrade.

    I’ll update my original post to be clear there was nothing wrong with the plugin.

    Thanks again,
    Vincent

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