Support » Plugin: BuddyPress Links » Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::embed_status_enabled()

  • Resolved companyjuice

    (@companyjuice)


    Strange — this was working perfectly before today. But now when trying to “create” a link, a fatal error is thrown in the “Edit Avatar Options” box, making it impossible to create a new link.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::embed_status_enabled() in \wp-content\plugins\buddypress-links\bp-links-core.php on line 1546

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-links/

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  • Ahh, it started throwing this error when I placed a “Links” widget on the sidebar. For some reason, having the BuddyPress Links widget on the same page as the BuddyPress Links “create” page, this fatal error is thrown. My workaround will be to only show the Links widget on pages other than the /links/create page (somehow), or not use the Links widget at all. Hopefully I can get it to work because the widget is awesome!

    Plugin Author MrMaz

    (@mrmaz)

    I have the widget in a sidebar on the same page as the create form and do not get this error. Can you test it with the BuddyPress default theme activated and let me know if you still get the error?

    Plugin Author MrMaz

    (@mrmaz)

    This has been resolved in 0.8.2, thanks for the report.

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