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  • Resolved loucomballa

    (@loucomballa)


    I’ve got the following weird problem:
    If I write short posts, they are published fine. However, if the post is a little bit longer (say 30 lines) and publish it, only its title is shown in the main loop. The entry text misteriously disappears. As far as I understand there should no limit for the post number of characters! I’m dealing with an already installed wordpress. With thos e I’ve installed myself I’ve never found such a problem.
    Today I’ve also noticed that although when a post is ‘short’ enough to be shown, if too many comments are posted (say 4) the post text also disappears. It is as if the global (post text + comments) reaches some ‘invisible’ limit.
    I use Firefox and WP 2.1.3 in Spanish.

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  • I forgot to say that it happens for all themes and even if I disable visual editing.

    The difference with other working WP is that when I access a post ?p=2, the
    <div class=”storycontent”>
    does not appear.

    I found myself the cause. Apparently, the plugin ‘Acronym Replacer Revisited’ was messing things up. Once deactivated WP flows like charm.

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