• Resolved Marko



    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!


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  • Plugin Author David Lingren


    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


    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


    Thank you so much for rapid fix, master David!

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