Tweetily - Tweet Your Posts Automatically!
Settings all messed up and not deleted when plugin deleted (9 posts)

  1. whistlerdan
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I originally had Tweet Old Posts installed. I had an issue with it and thought I would try Tweetily. This had the same problem so I deactivated the plugin and deleted the files. I then installed Tweet Old Posts but when I start that plugin it is populated with all the settings from Tweetily still, even though I deleted that plugin.

    It puts the http://mydomain.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=Tweetily address into the Tweet Old Posts settings page and if I change it and try and save the settings it says I can't authorize it!


  2. marvila
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Same here :/

  3. Martin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Both these plugins have some serious coding issues.
    Tweet Old Post kills performance if you're using WPsupercache and they both seem to affect the Dashboard as well as cron in some way.

    Both authors should join forces and fix what looks like a great feature function - wish I could go back to using it too

  4. whistlerdan
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes the fragmentation of this is a shame, gotta agree with that. This is the kind of plugin I'd totally pay for it worked well!

  5. Martin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I tweeted the Tweet Old Post author yesterday morning, with no reply yet. He appears active in tweeting himself but not so much in replying to them :)

    I was seeing quite a bit of addition engagement with the plugin so I'm naturally disappointed to see such a lack of real interest by the authors - surely having joint maintainers is a far better idea since they're so close in functionality? Maybe it's a personality conflict.

    Fingers crossed there's some action soon though.

  6. whistlerdan
    Posted 3 years ago #

    For what it's worth I've actually had contact with the Tweetily guy via twitter, he replied to me and is apparently going to send me a beta that fixes some of the bugs. He seems quite open and determined to make it work though.

  7. Martin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    That's fantastic to hear!
    Thanks for letting me know too

  8. Martin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Does anyone else notice that this plugin messes up the Admin CSS?

    As an example, on the 2 sites I use this on, the content area of the Admin pages appear to have a line break or paragraph break inserted which drops the content area down by a line or two.

    And even the plugins page is italicised on both my sites.

    Anyone else see this on theirs?

  9. Laurent
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yep, the amdin plugin page turns in italic with tweetily.
    To fix that, in /wp-content/plugins/tweetily-tweet-wordpress-posts-automatically/css/tweet-old-post.css, change the first line, replace

    .toplevel_page_Tweetily .desc{

    That would be nice is this could be pushed into the next release

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