Support » Plugins » [Plugin: SexyBookmarks] Latest v 3.0 trigger fatal error

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  • I’m sorry about that… Looks like I missed something in my rush to get the version released… I’ve updated the SVN, so please delete the copy you’re using now and redownload to fix the issue.

    Again, sorry!

    Thanks Josh, now works.

    I redownloaded and the plugin can be activated (thank you for fixing that!) but when I save changes on the plugin page. I get this error at the top:

    Warning: filesize() [function.filesize]: stat failed for /.../plugins/sexybookmarks/images/icons/sexy-google.png in /.../plugins/sexybookmarks/includes/sprite-gen/classes/SpriteImage.php on line 21

    and on my post, no icons shows up. I think the sprite image was not being created due to the error.

    I unchecked “Google Bookmarks” in the settings and there was no more errors. But the background still did not show up.

    According to the source code, the background URL in the CSS is:

    but my WordPress was installed in a folder so the correct URL should be

    Any way to fix this? I’m pretty sure not everyone has WP installed on their root folder. Thanks!

    Yea, actually I had made sure to put a check in for subdirectory installs… I’ll test it again to make sure… Give me a bit to figure it out… I’m kinda inundated with support requests from my goof this morning.

    You may want to downgrade until I release a bug patch.


    No problem! I will downgrade till this is fix.

    Thanks so much for taking the time and effort to do this. It’s really appreciated. 🙂

    Problem fixed in v3.0.1

    ver doesn’t work with cache again. CSS is gone

    Actually it is not which has problem, but WP AutoUpdate loads ver 3.0.1 which is broken.

    I would suggest talking to the owners of “WP AutoUpdate” because I’ve already updated the “stable tag” for SexyBookmarks to reflect the older version in order to prevent any further problems until we can get this latest release bug free…

    It would appear that they’re not checking the stable tag of a plugin to see if there are updates available. They are most likely using a version comparison and comparing which version number is larger.

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