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[Resolved] Update page results in "are you sure you want to do this"

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  • I just noticed this too. Looks like the issue is related to the plugin trying to hook directly to the default WP nonce, and the name of the default nonce action was updated in WP3.5

    A quick patch is here: in abt-relative-urls.php:

    --- abt-relative-urls.php	2012-12-18 12:45:32.641102283 -0800
    +++ abt-relative-urls.php	2012-12-18 12:44:43.237104028 -0800
    @@ -167,7 +167,7 @@
     		/* */
     		$posted_type = $_POST['post_type'];
     		$posted_id = $_POST['post_ID'];
    -		$nonce_name = 'update-' . /*$post->post_type*/ $posted_type . '_' . /*$post_ID*/ $posted_id;
    +		$nonce_name = 'update-post_' .  /*$post_ID*/ $posted_id;
     		if ( empty($_POST) || ! check_admin_referer($nonce_name) ){
     			return $post_ID;
     		}

    Basically, WP used to use a nonce action on updating posts named update_{$post_type}_{$post->ID}, and the plugin is looking for that. The action name is just update-post_{$post->ID}, and that makes the plugin choke.

    Thanks!

    Can we get an updated version?

    Plugin Author Atlantic BT

    @atlanticbt

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention and for the work around.
    We are currently working on an updated version of this plugin and will have it out by the start of next week.

    Plugin Author Atlantic BT

    @atlanticbt

    We’ve just released an update for this plugin. I’m now marking this issue as resolved. Please let us know if you run into any issues with the new version.

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