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[Resolved] Settings not permanent

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  • Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    I’m sorry about that. I know I changed the options layout, but settings should’ve remained the same.

    You can set a global limit on the settings panel. However, that really only works for widget instances created afterward or shortcodes.

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    I’ve redone how settings are handed version to version. It updates cleanly now.

    Do let me know if you continue to have trouble.

    This is very bad. My site was done, up and running, and working perfectly.

    However, I just upgraded and when I went and viewed the page this is what I saw instead of the testimonials: ‘Fatal error: Call to undefined method Testimonials_Widget_Settings::is_true_int() in /home/skon/public_html/wp-content/plugins/testimonials-widget-premium/testimonials-widget-premium.php on line 731’

    Also, something in the settings must have changed because the picture I had underneath it in the secondary widget area is now missing. I tried to make the widget inactive, but I get the error message and I can’t deactivate it. So now I have to go and troubleshoot the testimonials widget. I may have to restore the old version If I can figure out how to do that.

    Not happy,

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    I’m very sorry about the trouble. Please update Testimonials Widget to version 2.10.2.

    That’s the version that caused this problem. Another problem is that the upgrade somehow made it so I couldn’t get to the WP Dashboard from any of my pages except my Home page.

    Luckily I had backed up my site and was able to restore the old version 2.8.2

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    Argh, I’m sorry, I misread your message. Please upgrade Testimonials Widget Premium to 1.10.1.

    I think I’ll pass. Everything’s working fine as it is.

    Plugin Author Michael Cannon

    @comprock

    Understood.

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