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    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in C:\Documents and Settings\Nicky\My Documents\Web Sites\orrmarshall.com\wp\wp-content\plugins\wp-recaptcha\wp-recaptcha.php on line 793

    This is on my local Windows XP machine with Apache 2.2.9, php 5.2.6, mysql 5.0.51b, wp-recaptcha 2.8.5

    Any suggestions?

    ((Whoops, is it possible to move posts to another section?))

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  • Thanks for the info. I am working on a solution, sorry for the inconvenience.

    monodistortion: There’s a line ending at the end of the file, after the ?>

    Try removing the line ending (go to the end of the file and hit backspace until the last thing is the ?> ) and see if that fixes your problem. (either fix the file locally and re-upload it or edit it on your server if you know how).

    Actually, on line 139, look for the part that says <? and change it to <?php and tell me if it works. It’ll be fixed for the next version.

    That was it! I guess I don’t have short_open_tag enabled in my php.ini.
    Thanks!

    You’re welcome monodistortion, and I’m about to release 2.8.6 which already has this fixed. Thanks to jeremyclarke for some very nice additions.

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