Support » Plugin: Media Library Assistant » lost support for “Phoenix Media Rename”?

  • Resolved Cyberchicken

    (@cyberchicken)


    Hello David, hope thing are all right.

    The other day I was in need of using MLA for grouping pictures and renaming them whit PhoenixMediaRename. You had already provided support for it and it was working perfectly.
    Well, something must have changed along the way because MLA does not seem to recognize PMR anymore. I don’t think I have to do anything to make it so, right? Can you confirm this?
    I’d personally think that the column hook had changed or something similar; I tried to trace the problem but “filename” is not the easiest word to search for in some code 🙂

    Let me know if I can help.

    Thank you

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author David Lingren

    (@dglingren)

    Good to hear from you again. As noted in the earlier topic, you must install and activate the “MLA Phoenix Media Rename Example” example plugin. Check the Plugins/All Plugins list to see if that’s still in place. If not, navigate to the Settings/Media library Assistant Documentation tab and click the “Example Plugins” button. Type “phoenix” in the text box and click “Search Plugins” to filter the table.

    You are looking for the “MLA Phoenix Media Rename Example” plugin. Find that plugin and hover over the title in the left-most column. Click the “Install” (or “Update”) rollover action, then go to the WordPress Plugins/Installed Plugins submenu and verify or activate the example plugin as you would any other plugin.

    I just ran a quick test on my system and with the example plugin in place PMR is working fine. I am marking this topic resolved, but please update it if you have any problems or further questions regarding the above suggestions. Thanks for your continued interest in the plugin.

    Jeez! Unbelievable! Did I do THAT the other times?? I cannot remember it!
    Nontheless you instructions were flawless and worked at the first shot. I have to note them somewhere.
    This architecture is a bit misterious to me.

    I owe you lots of beers, please put a donation button somewhere!
    Hugs!

    PS
    > Thanks for your continued interest in the plugin.
    No, really, your plugin is best of the breed, can’t you see?

    Plugin Author David Lingren

    (@dglingren)

    Thanks for confirming that the example plugin did the job. Thanks as well for your positive feedback; much appreciated.

    Installing and activating the example plugin is a one-time task. You can leave it in place as long as you’re using Phoenix Media Rename. It’s also harmless to leave it running when PMR isn’t around.

    I started developing MLA for use in the web site we ran for our nonprofit organization, and I had a donate button until we shut down the nonprofit. WordPress has been good to me and this is my way of giving back to the community.

    I started developing MLA for use in the web site we ran for our nonprofit organization, and I had a donate button until we shut down the nonprofit. WordPress has been good to me and this is my way of giving back to the community.

    Yes you already told me that, but, I mean…
    WP community is nice and generous, but we are all here for a living; those who sell it-services, software, website, and those who use WP to sell their stuff; and even when If I work non-profit for a non-profit customer is still a work.
    I repeat, Wp ecosystem is not a greedy multinationalkillerofbabies and that’s really greate and we love it, but there are so many pieces of software I can’t afford that are sooo inferior to yours that is free! There must be some middle ground.
    Is it really so cumbersome? Pick some charity you love and link the donate button to them.
    Look I don’t have the guts to get up my chair and go help people in need, but some have, and may use my ten bucks.
    Ok I hope I explained myself, sorry for highjacking the support forums but I thought this should better be public.

    Bye bye and thank you!

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