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[Resolved] Normal Users dont see liveblog part

  • newsgeekcoil
    Member

    @newsgeekcoil

    After installing and activating the plugin, I can see the updating UI on the front end the updating part works fine, but after I leave the post and come back, all the updates I did disappear.

    Furthermore, If I try to open another incognito browser window, the anonymous user does not see any updates.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/liveblog/

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  • carlhancock
    Member

    @carlhancock

    I encountered the same behavior as the user above. Users do not see the liveblog updates and when logged in as an admin and posting liveblog updates… if I refresh the page those liveblog updates disappear. They do not appear to be actually getting saved.

    Here are some screenshots illustrating what is happening…

    I have created a new live blog entry on a post where i’ve enabled the liveblog plugin. See this screenshot:

    https://skitch.com/carlhancock/et18r/test-liveblog-gravity-forms-v1.6

    I then refresh the page and my live entry disappears. While it appears to be published in the screenshot above… refreshing the page makes it go away, never to appear again. See this screenshot:

    https://skitch.com/carlhancock/et18c/test-liveblog-gravity-forms-v1.6

    As for a non-logged in user browsing the page, they never even see the liveblog entry that I created and published. It never appeared, just like it disappears when I refresh the page as an admin after creating it.

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda
    Participant

    @batmoo

    I suspect the issue is that we’re relying on some changes that are expected to go live in 3.5. The curse of testing on trunk. If that really is the issue, we’ll work on some backwards-compat for 3.4.x.

    Yuri Victor
    Member

    @yurivictor

    Was having the same problem with posts not appearing on a clean install of WordPress 3.4.1.

    Pulled in the nightly build and everything is working swimmingly.

    Plugin Author Daniel Bachhuber
    Participant

    @danielbachhuber

    Yeah, it’s because of this changeset

    carlhancock
    Member

    @carlhancock

    That makes perfect sense. I didn’t notice the “Requires 3.5” higher when installing the plugin. I just figured given all the publicity it has received with articles in TechCrunch, etc. that it would work with the latest public release as WordPress 3.5 isn’t even in beta yet… you’ve probably had a lot of users do the same and encounter the same issue.

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda
    Participant

    @batmoo

    Yeah, we’re working on a fix.

    varunkrish
    Member

    @varunkrish

    worst plugin release ever . did not expect this from automattic guys !

    installed on localhost – does not work .. installed on 3 remote boxes – does not work . Sad that this plugin is all over the news now but does not work 🙁

    Grabbed a nightly build and not working on it either

    esmi
    Forum Moderator

    @esmi

    Are you currently running WordPress 3.5 alpha?

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda
    Participant

    @batmoo

    We’ve added some back-compat and will push out a new version soon: https://github.com/Automattic/liveblog/commit/b5df6d8491a3a13b2b4322043cc66937dc08f855

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda
    Participant

    @batmoo

    Just pushed out v1.1 that should fix backwards compatibility issues with 3.4.

    davidgustav
    Member

    @davidgustav

    That update helped out. I still can’t drag images into the entry though. Might be unrelated issue? Really excited about this plugin. Will be a huge help.

    Plugin Author Mohammad Jangda
    Participant

    @batmoo

    @davidgustav can you start a new thread with details like browser version, output from Firebug or Web Inspector console, and a screenshot/screencast?

    davidgustav
    Member

    @davidgustav

    Sure will do

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