• Resolved Marko

    (@markoreklaam)


    Hello,

    immediately after updating to Media Library Assistant version v2.63 most of the browswers (for example IE 11, Mozilla 57) are not able to open linked pdf file. I noticed url’s are different than previous versions, using ajax.

    Code to display gallery is and has always been
    [mla_gallery columns=1 attachment_category=dokreg post_mime_type=”application/pdf”  mla_style=”left-aligned” orderby=title order=ASC link=file size=none]

    IE v11 displays HTTP 400 bad request, The webpage cannot be found
    Mozilla v57 displays just one string – 0
    Chrome v62 works

    Url generated is similar http://test.ee/intranet/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=mla_named_transfer&mla_item=pdf-file-name-2&mla_disposition=inline

    Please help!

    Marks

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  • Plugin Author David Lingren

    (@dglingren)

    Thanks for your report. I regret the trouble you’re having with the new version.

    I have reproduced the problem on my test system and I will correct it as soon as I can.

    Glad to see another person with this issue and glad it can be replicated.

    Happy to test any beta version to confirm a fix if needed.

    Thanks for looking into this David

    Plugin Author David Lingren

    (@dglingren)

    I have released MLA v2.64, which contains a fix for both the problems you reported.

    The change to the URL format was a bug I introduced while adding the new mla_named_transfer feature. The “HTTP 400 bad request” problem was a separate MLA bug which only appeared when mla_named_transfer was used by a user who was not logged in.

    Thanks for your multi-browser testing and for reporting the “bad request” details!

    I am marking this topic resolved, but please update it if you have any problems with the new version. Thanks again for alerting me to this MLA defect.

    Thread Starter Marko

    (@markoreklaam)

    Thank you so much for rapid fix, master David!

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