Thank you very much for your message.
If you leave the input field blank in the settings, it works properly?
Hi, not work, it the same, but, if i remove the first https://sitename.com who was duplicated the new url work fine.
but i need it working without i need remove part of url manually all the time.
Hello, sorry, I don’t have a test server, I’m using the buddypress plugin, and wplms theme.
but, it needed work with URL setting into pugin setup, or it shouldn’t duplicate the main url.
Please check it.
I’ll reinstall in your next update.
A new version (v1.2.0) has been released a few minutes ago.
Please, let me know if this version resolves the issues you have had.
Hi Yiannis, Nothing changed with this new update.
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@yiannistaos I have archived your reply.
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