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Fatal error: Class ‘GFFormsModel’ not found

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  • For whatever it is worth … I did an absolutely clean install loaded Gravity Forms first, then Directory … it is now working … off to figure out the conflict

    As I was adding back in my standard collection of plugins, the one that seemed to break it was Shortcodes Ultimate. Looking into that plugin, it has a disable custom formatting checkbox that seems to make everything work now (the compatibility mode checkbox didn’t help only the custom formatting one)

    Fatal error: Class ‘GFFormsModel’ not found in /home/xxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/gravity-forms-addons/gravity-forms-addons.php on line 1015

    I have same error.
    I see this error message in two screen:

    first:
    WP Admin Panel ->Forms ->Edit Forms -> (after selected form to edit) –> Directory Colums and this error.

    second: After adding a directory to a page when i display page got this error again.

    I deactivate all plugins, deleted and reinstalled directory plugin, deleted all caches and tried again.

    any solution about this error?

    I am not the developer … but having just lost a couple of nights sleep over it, I will offer my opinion 🙂

    if you have the ability, why don’t you try switching themes to 2012 or 2011 as well as deactivating everything. I am suspecting that the issue my plugin was causing was that it wanted to dictate a format for tables (one of the shortcodes) So possibly your theme or any custom CSS you have is causing an issue?

    I only found the issue after I did a completely new install of WP on a testing server. If you can, you might try there, adding features in order of importance to your site, checking if it is broken along the way. It might be the easiest way to isolate what is going on. Often plugins and/or themes make changes to your code or tables that they may not completely clean up after themselves even if you delete the plugin.

    Let me know if there is anything else I may be able to help with!

    I tried different theme and different wordpress installation but i got same error still 🙁

    @realdesign,
    Thank you for your answer.
    I tried with different themes and clean, fresh intalled wp but results give me same error.

    I hope developer or any experienced user give me a solution.

    I also get the same error message
    Any news on how to fix it?
    Without having to reinstall everything and adding plugins and custom css to my theme and checking along the way?

    Thanks very much!
    Regards

    Same error here…

    I just bought the newest gravity forms and now it seems to work in t he front end, but it still keeps showing an error in the backend …
    Warning: sprintf() [function.sprintf]: Too few arguments in localhost/testsite/wp-content/plugins/gravity-forms-addons/edit-form.php on line 423

    I don’t have a clue

    Same error… 🙁

    I resolved it,

    Install plugin version 3.2.2 and now it works fine!!!!

    me to 🙂
    Make sure you just download the latest GF plugin and the latest GF Directory plugin they work perfectly together!
    cheers!

    Yes, it works!

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