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[Resolved] PHP Notices

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  • Plugin Contributor Srijith V


    @djeyewater: Can you let me know about the theme you are using. I am unable to reproduce it here. It shouldn’t happen, and we want your support to fix this.

    Hi srijith.v

    Since you are unable to reproduce it, I have looked into it a bit, to try and reproduce it myself. I have a wordpress multisite installation, so different sites are running different themes and are using different plugins.

    I could not reproduce it on one site, but am now trying another site (using the 2012 theme) and have got the error in my logs. I will try and narrow down the exact combination of theme & plugins, and post back when I have more info. (Might be tomorrow now).

    Found the problem – when you network activate the plugin, each site will have the following for addthis_settings entry in the options table:

    With the above, the ‘errors’ I had will show up.

    If you go into the plugin settings for each site and just click save, then the addthis_settings entry in the options table will be much larger, and you don’t get the notices any more.

    So maybe something about Network activating could be fixed.

    Plugin Contributor Srijith V


    Thanks for the effort @djeyewater! I will now try to reproduce it here. I hope the issue is not in your production server as you are not supposed to turn on Notices there. I will try to provide you a quick fix today and that will be later integrated into the upcoming plugin update.

    Thanks again for finding this out!

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