Support » Plugin: Haiku minimalist audio player » [Plugin: Haiku minimalist audio player] Invalid Archive Structure

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  • Plugin Author Dalton Rooney


    Yes, this has been a problem with the WP repository for a long time and they’ve never fixed it. If you download the file manually, unzip it, and upload it with FTP, it will work fine.

    Thanks Dalton!
    While I have your attention, can you tell me, does the Haiku player actually overwrite previous WP-Audio short codes? Or does it interpret them? WP-Audio still mostly works for me, so if there isn’t a way to go back (if something goes wrong) that would be a problem.

    Plugin Author Dalton Rooney


    It doesn’t overwrite them, it simply uses them when it sees them.

    When I didn’t hit the ‘replace all mp3s’ option, the WP-Audio mp3s didn’t show up with the graphical player.
    I have a couple of audio files on my site that are handled by podpress for iTunes and didn’t want to mess with them.
    But with the ‘replace all mp3’ option set, everything seems to be working great.
    Thanks for Haiku!

    Sorry about the confusion. I’ve been thinking the “replace WP Audio Player” setting referred to a plugin I’ve been using (that is now broken) called WP-Audio. Best and thanks again.

    When i install i see this problem : The package could not be installed. PCLZIP_ERR_BAD_FORMAT (-10) : Invalid archive structure

    How i solve it ?.

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