If I set super cache status to on, it seems as though supercache folders are being created for specific blog posts but those files are not being served back to me (I am not logged in and using a different browser as the one I am developing in for a sanity check). The really strange part is the admin console says; "WP-Super-Cache (0KB) * 0 Cached Pages * 0 Expired Pages" even though I can see files in the supercache folder (regular wp-cache folder does however say that there are files).
So, it seems that not only am I not seeing the super cache files as a visitor but the super cache admin does not see the files either. This must be some specific bug? I have reviewed all of the readme.txt troubleshooting steps.
I am actually running two different wordpress blogs on two different versions of wordpress yet both are having the same issue. One blog is an older upgraded version of wp-super-cache (which I thought was working fine) and the other is a brand spanking new install I just did a few minutes ago (I was surprised to log into my older blog to see the same issue).
Any help is greatly appreciated!