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  • I am using the User Permissions plugin (Ver. 0.8.4). On certain pages (and I have yet to find how those pages are different from others that do allow editing) I cannot access the editor from the dashboard while the plugin is activated. I can edit it just fine when User Permissions is deactivated.

    My url is

    The message I get is as follows:
    “Fatal error: Call to a member function can_write() on a non-object in D:\hosting\member\rockyfork\site2\wp-content\plugins\user-permissions\user-permissions.php on line 78”

    Line 78 is as follows:
    “if ($permissions->can_write ($current_user) == false)”

    Since I can’t access the page in the editor, I can’t see the user permissions assigned to the page.

    Any suggestions on how to solve this riddle? By the way the author is no longer supporting this plugin.

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  • Well, as usual the response for support has been underwhelming, thanks.

    So, let’s try it again.

    Sorry, but bump. This is a frustrating problem.

    Still bumping!

    If the plugin isn’t working and the author is no longer supporting it, then I’d recommend that you disable the plugin.

    Gee, thanks! I never thought of that! </s>

    Get serious. The plugin does something I need rather badly and I want to see if anyone else has had this problem and if they’ve been able to fix it. I’m currently incapable of building a new one myself.

    It’s been my experience that if the post is on page 57 no one answers. Hence, the bump.

    Sorry if that bugs you.

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