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[Resolved] Duplicates

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  • +1, same problem here

    Plugin Author badbreze


    update now and give me feedback

    Not solved. I have update the plugin, set the cron job at 5 minutes and “published” for the status, with same result. Every 5 minutes duplicate the post/tweet.

    Thanx a lot

    Plugin Author badbreze


    post your query string please.

    I am still testing. I am not 100% it’s not working.

    There maybe 2 other possible sources for the problem:

    1. Autopost next items seems to still have old stuff
    2. The twitter api may be screwed up

    I am going to let it run for a few hours.


    I am working with a variety of 4:
    epub3, epub, idpf and ereaders hashtags.

    I have only one term in search query, “conimieisoldi”

    Plugin Author badbreze


    Try updating the plugin and check the flag “Eclude retweets”

    i think the duplicates are retweets because each post has a unique tweet id and cannot be duplicated

    Yes thanks.
    I think it is working better now.

    May I make a suggestion:
    I think the “Next Items” feature is a bit confusing.
    It’s supposed to be a spooler when the number of tweets uploaded are higher than the “Items at a time” setting?

    I suggest that you add some diagnostics to the page with more info about the tweet like tweet ID and time. You could add it to the author column.


    Great so far.
    Running the plugin unmodified on 3.51
    Now I am going to test it on 3.6 beta 3 with my mods.

    Plugin Author badbreze


    If you have added modifications to this plugin you can share with us if you want =)

    Now im adding more info in the Next Items page and changing his name

    This is useful code I think I saw in Ozh’s plugin that creates links from hashtags and @ mentions in a tweet.

    $str= preg_replace("/(?<!a href=\")(?<!src=\")((http|ftp)+(s)?:\/\/[^<>\s]+)/i","<a href=\"\\" target=\"blank\">\</a>",$tweet->text);
    $str = preg_replace('|@(\w+)|', '<a href="http://twitter.com/$1">@$1</a>', $str);
    $str = preg_replace('|#(\w+)|', '<a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23$1">#$1</a>', $str);
    Plugin Author badbreze


    added by default thanks for contributing =)

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