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  • I had this same issue, waiting for 0.5.4.5.

    I´ve the same problem(s).

    Ditto and tried development version with no luck.

    Same issue, we also revert to previous version 0.5.4.3 and solved it.
    But it is a potentially disastrous bug for SEO reasons.
    The plugin’s author should pay more attention when releasing new versions.

    I had this same issue..:/

    Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    MultiSite Guru

    The plugin’s author should pay more attention when releasing new versions.

    I have been waiting for a year for feedback from people who were using the development version.

    Hey Ron, exaggerated disasters of SEO proportions aside … (like really, they’re not that disastrous) … I noticed that there is a version 0.5.5 out, does this address the issue we’re having?

    Can you make a note in the version history for this upgrade whether sunrise php needs to be replaced as my friend didn’t think he needed to do anything with it and I rather have it come from you saying that it in fact does to settle it all.

    Yeah, me too. I’m not doing anything interesting, just a subfolder install. URLs used to be mapped to subfolder_site.com/post, now they’re of the form main_site.com/subfolder_site/post. Had to go back to 0.5.4.3

    Plugin Author Ron Rennick

    (@wpmuguru)

    MultiSite Guru

    I noticed that there is a version 0.5.5 out, does this address the issue we’re having?

    There are no functional changes between 0.5.4.3 and 0.5.5. The only changes made were to eliminate PHP warnings.

    PD

    (@peterdowney01)

    After upgrading to 0.5.5 my site’s internal links are no longer mapped correctly at all. I’m using a subdirectory install. The subdirectory sites forward correctly, so for example, if you type domain2.com it goes there correctly. The same with domain2.com/blogpost. But all of the links on the page display as domain1.com/domain2/ instead of domain2.com/. Downgrading to 0.5.4 corrects whatever the problem is.

    There are no functional changes between 0.5.4.3 and 0.5.5. The only changes made were to eliminate PHP warnings.

    Well in that case, I wonder why we are all having an issue with the new version when we install it.

    We’re having the same problem. I’m hoping someone has a fix for it as I’d rather not revert to the previous version. Has anyone been able to figure out what the problem is?

    I left the latest sunrise.php file in place but rolled back the other plugin files and all is working properly again.

    If the old version (0.5.4.3) seems to work for those people who are having problems with the new version, one way to avoid having wordpress tell you to upgrade is to modify the version of the plugin in the header of the plugin code. Update it to 0.5.5 – if a newer version comes out that apparently fixes the issue many are having here, and also includes the fixes to the PHP warnings, then it will get picked up in version 0.5.5+ …

    I am having the same problem after upgrading the plugin. Is there any chance that a link to the previous version could be posted to make it easier to revert to the old version that worked?

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