SB Welcome Email Editor
[resolved] Plugin conflicts (5 posts)

  1. aljuk
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'd really like to use this plugin, but it's in conflict with too many others, most importantly (in my case) Theme My Profile and Maintenance Mode. It's very strange that it would conflict with two plugins that have no email capability...

  2. stonecoldcnc
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I have the same problem here with Maintenance Mode but I just leave it disabled and turn it only on when I need it. This way there is no problem as during activated maintenance mode no user can login or register.

  3. csleh
    Posted 5 years ago #

    It's also in conflict with CIMY user extra fields.

  4. Alan_S
    Posted 5 years ago #

    ... and Stout Google Calendar V 1.2.3 which references a User ID within an <i-frame> in the format of an email address (user@gmail.com) but has no ability to send or receive email.

    Why does the warning appear on every plugin? It should appear only on SB_WE and, ideally, the conflicting plugin. I suspected that it might be a false warning but with Stout_GC active the emails revert to their original format.

    I am looking for another way for users to edit the emails. Surely, this should be a basic feature of WordPress? OTOH, Stout_GC does little that I cannot achieve by allowing <iframe>s in WP.

    @SeanBarton, an explanation may help us to make your nice plugin work alongside others.


    WordPress Plugins: "A thousand ways to kill a cat and remain uncertain that it is dead." (Alan & Heisenberg).

  5. Sean Barton
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hi Alan, thanks for the comment. Reply as requested :) Ok the point of the red bar is to let you know if the thing is working or not. It's on every page because that's where you are most likely to look. It's very unlikely you will check the settings page for my plugin once you have configured it. This way you know it's not working.

    I don't know why it's not working for you frankly... my one theory at the moment is that these plugins must call a WP file directly or instantiate a class which in effect causes WP to load the original wp_new_user_notification function as opposed to mine. If this is the case then there isn't a great deal we can do sadly. I shall, however, look into it though.

    I agree that this would be a great feature to add to WP. Taking one of the many welcome email editors or writing a new one and integrating it into the core would be ideal however for now my plugin does work well... assuming you aren't using any of the other plugins mentioned on this page.


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