Support » Plugin: Unique Headers » Error message received in Custom Community Theme

  • Hey, once I activate the plugin for the Custom Community theme and go to select a custom header within a page or post, I’m not seeing an option to do this but a big Error Message stating:

    ( ! ) SCREAM: Error suppression ignored for
    ( ! ) Warning: sprintf(): Too few arguments in C:\wamp\www\Website 2\wp-content\plugins\unique-headers\inc\class-multi-post-thumbnails.php on line 291

    Not sure what to do here, please help.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/unique-headers/

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  • Plugin Author Ryan Hellyer

    (@ryanhellyer)

    Thanks 🙂

    I don’t have a quick for you sorry, but I have an idea on how I’ll fix it. The plugin uses the class from another plugin and I haven’t updated it. I suspect by updating that class, the bug will be fixed.

    I’m terribly busy until tomorrow morning when I fly to WordCamp Transylvania, then I’m WordCamp’ing constantly until Monday when I’ll have some free time for development work. I’ll try to get this fixed for you then.

    Thanks for the excellent bug report by the way 🙂 I usually receive obscure reports that don’t reply explain where the problem may lie.

    Thanks man, I appreciate it and I understand developers are busy themselves.

    Awaiting your response. Also as you can see I’m currently building this site local as it isn’t completed as yet.

    Good night / Good Morning (depending on which side of the planet you are)

    Have you found a solution to my issue?

    Thanks once again.

    Plugin Author Ryan Hellyer

    (@ryanhellyer)

    I was without internet until this morning sorry. I’ve taken a look now, but I’m not experiencing the problem you mentioned.

    There is an issue with an older version of the featured image class being used, but the plugin is still functional.

    Could you try one of the default themes that comes with WordPress and let me know if it works with them? If it does, then this is a problem with the way your theme works rather than the plugin.

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