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  • Plugin Author Chris Roberts

    @columcille

    I’ve had a few reports of this. It’s tricky to fix because I haven’t been able to duplicate the problem, so I’m not sure what’s causing it.

    Can you post a few additional details:
    Are you using this with Tippy?
    Have you changed any ESV Plugin settings away from default values?
    What version of WordPress?
    If you know it, what version PHP is on your server?

    Thanks.

    SemperFideles

    @semperfideles

    My sites are hosted on Rackspace Cloud Sites and there may be some sort of dependency that your plugin needs. In answer to your questions:

    PHP Version 5.3.20
    Wordpress 3.6
    I’m not using Tippy

    The only thing I changed in the ESV Plugin settings was to open the verse in a new window at ESV.org. I even tried deleting all the saved verses to see if cleaning out the dB would resolve the upgrade problem.

    Rackspace Cloud Sites has certain workarounds with enabling features via .htaccess. Is there a PHP dependency your plugin now needs that it did not need prior to the recent change. 3.9.1 works just fine.

    Plugin Author Chris Roberts

    @columcille

    Thanks for the info, that should be helpful. There is no significant change in the dependency, but a lot of people using the ESV Plugin are also using my Tippy tooltip plugin and Tippy recently got a major update. The only changes made to the ESV Plugin is to get it working with the latest Tippy, so you’re not losing anything by running 3.9.1.

    With the info you’ve provided I should have a better chance of tracking down the problem. The next update will hopefully fix it, though again, you’re not missing anything by sticking with 3.9.1 for now (except the annoyance of WordPress telling you there’s an update available).

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