Support » Plugin: Clone » There is an error with the % symbol

  • Wherever the % symbol appears, whether they are posts or pages, in the restoration the following erroneous string appears {b05bc97dc9cd33e205fabe4f03a3b8ec2d8b40cdfb581dcab48136094a587018}

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    (@migrate)

    Thank you for reporting this!

    Yes, that is one of the major bugs we fixed in the latest release. Please update and check.

    Note: It’s important that you take a new backup. If you created a backup with the old plugin version, and restore now, then even if you use the new version, the hash issue is still there. Therefore, please make a new backup.

    just updated the plugin and everything else on my website (before cloning) deleted all old backups and created a new one and i can confirm that the % bug is still alive and well, except on my site at least, it got replaced with {9cf7a3ed5543c16f01a8bb982f8c4fd22e55d40a2dffc57e087185a04c465c01}

    Here’s the site i cloned to https://effortless.lifecraftingnow.com/ but i doubt you will see it in time, since it’s a new job and i gotta get to building it.

    Plugin Author migrate

    (@migrate)

    Thanks a lot @joegp for reporting this. We’ll have another look. Can you maybe tell us where in your files/database the % symbol appeared originally, before it got replaced?

    Hi, I can confirm that the issue is still present. Yesterday I transferred to a new hosting provider and Clone worked perfectly but in a page where the % symbol was present, dummy text was found. Here is a screenshot: https://ibb.co/DLHBMMk

    Please have a look at it, thanks.

    Plugin Author migrate

    (@migrate)

    @e_guardia Which version of the plugin did you use when creating the backup?

    @migrate it was 2.2.9 and with a Divi website.

    UPDATE: I just transferred another website that uses Visual Composer, and not Divi, and the % problem wasn’t present. Maybe this could be a problem with some themes.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 4 months ago by e_guardia.
    Plugin Author migrate

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    @e_guardia Ok, strange. Could you please provide us more details about it, e.g. which text got replaced exactly, and in which context?

    Sorry for the late reply. If it’s still helpful and as the screenshot provided – https://ibb.co/DLHBMMk – it was only the % sign. The context was within a Divi page and the % was replaced with what you see next to the number 100, a series of numbers within brackets.

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