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  • I have noticed a conflict with superfish.js in Elegant Themes themes as well as a conflict with top_up.js. Both of these are related to intrinsic theme files, not other plugins. So far, deactivating this plugin has been the only solution I have been able to find. (WordPress 3.5 and Super RSS Reader 2.2)

    Also have a conflict with meteor slides after updating super rss reader!

    So upon further investigation, I believe that this is related to this plugin calling its own version of javascript which according to this forum post (Troubleshooting WordPress 3.5 Master List) is a major no-no in WordPress 3.5. I was able to get this plugin to work by going into the super-rss-reader.php and commenting out the javascript call that is specific to this plugin. The lines that need commented out are 24-26 and it should look like this when you are done:

    function srr_public_scripts(){
    	// jQuery
        //wp_register_script('jquery', '');
    	// Super RSS Reader JS and CSS
    	wp_register_script('super-rss-reader-js', SRR_URL . 'public/srr-js.js');
    	wp_enqueue_script(array('jquery', 'super-rss-reader-js'));

    Your mileage may vary with this fix but Chrome is showing no javascript errors once this was implemented.

    Not working in Firefox, but works in IE, Chrome

    Works for me in Chrome 24.0.1312.52 and Firefox 18.0. Also works in IE8, but that’s kind of irrelevant (have to use it for access to a major partner’s VPN so I’m stuck with it).

    Thanks for the help, failedprocess!!!

    I was also able to confirm correct operation in FF 18, Chrome 24.0.1312.52 m, IE 8.0, Safari 5.1, and Opera 12.12. Glad to see that it’s working in the majority of use cases!

    You just made my day! Thank you!

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