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  • Hi ConfuzzledDuck,

    I couldn’t resist to spend time today digging a bit deeper …
    Yes, you are definitely right – it is about taxonomy.

    Eventually I switched back to the original solution(in the mean time I was trying many things – eg. V07 function syndicate_out_post works nicely within the original V08 syndicate-out.php ..) and it works if I don’t Transmit categories and Syndicate only Selected(plug in settings) category which one, exactly the same, must be formed/present in the remote blog …

    I am really sorry that I cannot help more, must go to my regular jobs but I am sure that you’ll fix this issues in a short time – I think that this plug in have a great potential … 🙂
    I’ll stay tuned.


    Don’t know what is a progress with fixing this plug in. I have a client who insisted to use this but it just didn’t work on WP 3.5.1

    After Googleing a lot and seeing remopini’s post in this thread
    (using :

    wp_die( print_r($remotePostIds) ); in the ‘function syndicate_out_post’

    I’ve got this error:

    Array ( [options_version] => 3 [group] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [0] => Array ( [faultCode] => 401 [faultString] => Sorry, one of the given taxonomies is not supported by the post type. ) ) ) ) 1
    I made a solution for the problem, dummy one though – just replaced line in the function syndicate_out_post:
    if ( false !== ( $remotePostIds = unserialize( get_post_meta( $postMetaId, '_so_remote_posts', true ) ) ) ) {

    with this one:

    if ( 1 !== 1 ) {

    and now it works….
    So, this is not the right solution but I have no time to deal with this further and hope that this will help somehow to ConfuzzledDuck to continue his good work and make all fixes necessary.


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