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[Plugin: FancyBox for WordPress] has_cap fix

  • Hi,
    Just thought I’d post a fix for this:
    Change line 348 of fancybox.php to:
    $mfbfwadmin = add_submenu_page('options-general.php', 'Fancybox for WordPress Options', 'Fancybox for WP', 'edit_plugins', 'fancybox-for-wordpress', 'mfbfw_options_page');

    In debug mode, it was throwing an annoying “has_cap is depreciated” error, so I changed the “10” to “edit_plugins”.
    Hope that helps someone!

    Thanks moskis for an excellent plugin 🙂


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  • Thanks for the fix, I’ll implement it in next version.

    Nice Hotfix. I like to mention another WordPress 3.1 debugging mode & FB-WP 2.7.5 notice in my FRONTEND (Twenty Ten 1.2):
    Undefined variable: loadAtFooter in /wp-content/plugins/fancybox-for-wordpress/fancybox.php on line 199

    I’m not a PHP-Coder, so I don’t risk to post some maybe false code of mine here.

    I did the same and it’s showin the same notice ‘Undefined variable: loadAtFooter in /’
    any suggestion?

    @juandavidhern: Once I checked the ‘Footer’ checkbox in the settings, the undefined variable error disappeared.

    I still get the has_cap error though, but I assume this is because a new version was never released?

    @vonkanehoffen: Thanks for the fix! 🙂

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