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Main changes in V. 1.3.1 ??

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  • Thanks. Should have known that.

    Two items on update. (but, as before, I may be jumping the gun).

    WP 3.2.1 p2 1.31 (Browsers– Safari, Firefox) no plugins.

    1) On front-page (when logged in) clicking the “Reply” button prompts a popup ” Whoops look like you are not connected to the server. p2 couldn’t connect to WordPress” then you are redirected to the post page. Also in Firefox. “Looks like you are not logged in”

    2) With the plugin Front End Editor activated (no other plugins activated) .When posting from front page a pop-up appears “Are you sure you want to leave this page.Your comments or posts will be lost if you continue. Click OK to leave this page, or Cancel to stay on this page.” In Firefox ” Are you sure? This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave – data you have entered may not be saved.”

    Thought it might me related to my own computer but p2 1.2.3 does do any of this on same machine.

    I have the same problem 1)!
    Have you fix it?valuser?

    I also have issue #1. It happened in a previous version of P2, was fixed, and now appears to be back again.

    Afraid not. It appears to be confined to p2 1.31 as I tried it on a site with no plugins.

    Previous post should read

    Thought it might me related to my own computer but p2 1.2.3 does not do any of this on same machine.

    I have both problems, I don’t use Front End Editor so that’s not causing it.

    My users and I are also receiving the “Whoops look like you are not connected to the server. p2 couldn’t connect to WordPress” message whenever we reply posts through the front end. It only happens in the index page and not in the permalink pages. What does this error mean? I have a self-hosted blog.

    I also have problem #1.

    Just exploring this theme

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