Support » Plugin: Dashboard Commander » [Plugin: Dashboard Commander] Warning on de-activation

  • Resolved marikamitsos


    I’ve tried your plugin (Dashboard commander v1.0.1) on a test multisite (wordpress 3.1) of mine with no problems during and after activation.

    when I DE-activate it I get the following error:

    Warning: Missing argument 2 for unregister_setting(), called in …/wp-content/plugins/dashboard-commander/dashboard-commander.php on line 84 and defined in …/wp-admin/includes/plugin.php on line 1624

    The settings I used while activated are:

    Recent Comments –> edit_others_posts
    Incoming Links –> edit_others_posts
    QuickPress –> edit_others_posts
    Recent Drafts –> edit_others_posts
    and the rest on –> Nobody

    Please advise. Thank you in advance

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  • Plugin Author Josh Hartman


    Yes, i see that now, i must have missed it during testing because it just flashes up there and then the plugins page loads. Looks like i can just remove that unregister_settings() line, it is orphaned code.

    Plugin Author Josh Hartman


    I’ve released v1.0.2, this will resolve the warning on deactivation. Thanks for using Dashboard Commander!

    @ joshhartman

    Excellent. Everything works fine now. Thank you.

    On a different issue though.
    Can your plugin pick up widgets that are placed by other plugins? Like yoast feed?

    Plugin Author Josh Hartman


    You’ll have to test it with any specific plugins, but yes it is designed to detect any widgets that are added using the WordPress API methods. If a plugin uses a non-standard method of adding widgets then it probably won’t find them.

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