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[Resolved] [Plugin: Login With Ajax] Login with Ajax breaks plugin architecture

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  • Plugin Author Marcus

    @netweblogic

    NetWebLogic Support

    Hi, actually I’m loading a pluggable.php file which is within my plugin, not the one in wp-includes. This is named that way as I do overwrite one function in the original pluggable.php file, wp_new_user_notification. I think that’s what’s messing stuff up as I bet yours tries to do the same.

    Ideally we’d do it with a hook/filter, I can’t remember why I did this now (I’m hoping to sort this asap when time permits) but if you have another suggestion I’m open to them 🙂

    OK, interesting, yeah, I am using the same function. I do use the same function so the effect is the same. Since your plugin also modifies the message sent out following user registration I will simply tell my users they have to use one plugin or the other. Thank you for your timely response!

    Plugin Author Marcus

    @netweblogic

    NetWebLogic Support

    Hold off on that (or say temporarily it’s not compatible), let me see what I can do.

    I might have time to look at this even today and fix a few other pending bugs. Since user notifications are an optional thing on lwa, I just need to make sure my pluggable.php is not loaded.

    Plugin Author Marcus

    @netweblogic

    NetWebLogic Support

    this has been sorted in 3.0b3

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