• it seems good so far but i really just wanted to get rid of the “leave us a review” unavoidable spam

    anyway since it’s free here you go
    thanks

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  • Plugin Author ryanhungate

    (@ryanhungate)

    @21johnsmith21 thank you so much for the 5 star review, it’s much appreciated, but when you say you’re trying to get rid of the “unavoidable spam”, are you saying that it’s not going away after you dismiss it? This is supposed to be removed once you click the X on that notice of course. If for whatever reason that’s not removing itself, we might want to look into some other potential server side issues that you would want to fix, and we’ll be glad to assist.

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    Plugin Author ryanhungate

    (@ryanhungate)

    Sorry @21johnsmith21 i pinged the wrong username on that last post -> please see above.

    Yes idk why but it’s also stacking multiple times, and didn’t go away after i left the review

    if that can help you debug

    That was also my case.

    Plugin Author ryanhungate

    (@ryanhungate)

    @21johnsmith21 @mold312 ok – while this isn’t the intended functionality of this notice, we have had a couple people say the same, so we’ll have to address this problem one of a few ways.

    1. Your wordpress install might be having trouble with what they call a loopback request calling the admin-ajax file. If this is the problem, it would also be impacting other services on your installation and I would suggest at least verifying that your site is running any scheduled actions, wp-cron jobs etc. There are plugins for this, like the healthcheck plugin but you may address this any way you see fit. I would do this out of good measure.

    2. You could open up the wp-options.php screen in your admin, and look for an entry called mailchimp-woocommerce-sync.initial_sync. If you set that value to 0 and save it, your notice will go away. ( this is a manual way of doing it )

    3. Our plugin can make use of another method to detect whether you’ve clicked that button or not. Currently it’s making an Ajax request which might be getting blocked by your browser or something along those lines which we can’t see.

    Thanks for reporting this, again, it was not intended as you experienced 🙂

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