The pager loads, but no calender. Running 2.2 on wp 3.4.1. Re-installed both. Help!
It was working as of last night. I haven’t run any updates in the last several days. No errors on the Java console. I’ve tried running wp on IE, Firefox and Chrome.
further info. I’ve deactivated all other plugins. Same result.
Any chance I can log into your blog and see the error?
I’m now see some java errors in the page. I can email the screenshot to you, if you like.
Please send the errors to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I see this same behavior for ONE blog but not for another. Both have the same plugins, both have the same version of WP. However, the blank page blog has over 30 drafts and the non blank page only has 3 drafts. The blank page calendar is on a blog with 10-12 posts a day. The other blog has 1 or 2 a day. Overload issue??
I have the same problem, blank page, on a blog (and just checked: >30 drafts).
Most of the time when the calendar doesn’t show u pit’s caused by a conflict with another plugin. I was able to look Jeff’s blog and that wasn’t the issue.
We did fix an issue with the latest version of the plugin to improve the performance when there were too many unscheduled drafts, but that problem only happened when there were over 500 of them.
Any chance I can log into your blog and see the error for myself?
Same problem for me after upgrading to v2.2. Can’t see the calendar at all, just a blank page. Deactivated plugin, upgraded WP from 3.3.2 to 3.4.1. Reactivated plugin. Same problem. Deleted plugin, downloaded it manually and reinstalled and reactivated it. Still invisible. Would have about 50 unscheduled drafts.
Zack, I can give you a user on my account. It’s gotta have something to do with the draft count because all the same plugins, same versions and same wordpress version are running on my other accounts. No issues there. Just an issue with this 50+ draft site.
Thanks. Please send the user information to email@example.com.
Thanks for giving me access to see the issue. If you look at the source of the page you’ll see this error:
<b>Fatal error</b>: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 256 bytes) in <b>/home/teetilldeath/teetilldeath.com/wp-includes/load.php</b> on line <b>572</b>
That looks like it’s running out of memory and I have an idea why. I’d like to try a change, but I don’t have access to change the plugin on your blog. I’d like you to change line 627 of edcal.php. It looks like this:
‘posts_per_page’ => -1,
and I’d like you to change it to look like this:
‘posts_per_page’ => 1,
If that fixes the issue then I can make this fix in the next version of the plugin.
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