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[Resolved] Running plugin before updating WordPress

  • First, thank you for the great plugin.

    Just an issue I thought you should be aware of. After updating to WordPress 3.5.2 I tried to continue an old search.

    I am seeing this error on the right hand column under include these statuses of the tools>find duplicates page

    “in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in /mysite.com/wp-content/plugins/find-duplicates/tpl/search.php on line 43”
    same page between the two boxes (search settings and log) I get

    “Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /mysite.com/wp-content/plugins/find-duplicates/tpl/search.php on line 123”

    I saw similar errors on the settings>find duplicates page, unfortunately did not record the exact error. I was able to remove them on that page by entering a new set of settings and pressing save.

    I think it was due to me being “mid search” when I upgraded wp. Any ideas or suggestions? If no, thanks again anyway and great tool.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/find-duplicates/

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  • I was able to resolve by deactivation of the plugin, then deleting the plugin, then re-installing. I did lose the old search.

    Plugin Author markusseyer

    @markusseyer

    Sorry
    Old Settings and Searches will be lost while deactivating/activating (updating) the plugin.
    I will solve this in any future version!

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