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  • Resolved insiemes

    (@insiemes)


    I’m having problem with latest version, on top of each post I get the error message: Warning: array_sum() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in …./wp-content/plugins/flare/flare.php on line 786
    Also i can’t turn off “Show Social Flare Score Counters” option.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/flare/

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  • I have the same issue. Also, now the counters are not lined out nicely directly below the buttons but below left in the floating bar and right of the buttons in the horizontal bar.

    The 2 warnings are repeated below the post again, but now with a different line number:

    Warning: array_values() expects parameter 1 to be array, string given in /domain-name/wp-content/plugins/flare/flare.php on line 913

    Warning: array_sum() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /domain-name/wp-content/plugins/flare/flare.php on line 913

    Also, the settings to hide/show the social share counters and total flare counter have no effect.

    For the warnings:

    If you have a cache plugin installed, try clearing the cache. In my case that removed the warnings.

    I have same issue with alignment, and option to hide social counters doesn’t have any effect.
    I don’t have any cache plugin installed. I tried to disable all plugins except Flare, but that doesn’t resolve this issue with error messages.

    I am having this issue too. If i uncheck “Top” of post,it is putting like a 2+ inch space on top of my post.

    same issue here

    Please help Flare developers

    Plugin Author dtelepathy

    (@dtelepathy)

    Hey guys, we just pushed out an update that should fix these issues. Let us know what you see. For visual appearance, please make note that some browsers (Chrome primarily) will cache a request in memory during that browser session – this is different than server-side caching and different than regular browser caching. Without changing the file name or requesting the file by itself the browser will pull up its in memory session cached response to speed things up. The best way to verify that everything is looking good after any update like this is to:

    1) Make sure any server-side caching is cleared
    2) If your site is configured to upload plugin files to a CDN like Amazon S3, make sure you’ve uploaded new versions of the files.
    3) Check the page out in an Incognito Window (Chrome) or your browser of choice’s equivalent if it has that capability.

    With last update problem with error messages and position is resolved. I still can’t hide flare count on floating bar (link), but that isn’t big issue. Big thanks to dev team.

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