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  • I’m hoping that the Tide Graph plugin might be able to input latitude and longitude values (either decimal or deg/min/sec) so that I can use it for a specific location; is this possible, or should I enlist programming help to make this work.

    Also, is there a shortcode option so that I can use the plugin on a page or post, rather than by using a sidebar widget?

    Please advise; thanks! πŸ™‚

    Thanks, Tony! The newly updated plugin no longer breaks the site. Looking forward to figuring it out. πŸ™‚

    Is there a way to import a schedule via a .csv file? I’m hoping to be able to export a schedule from Excel (or Macintosh Numbers) as a csv file and import each row of the spreadsheet as a separate show post. Please advise.

    THANKS! πŸ™‚

    I too, experienced a site breaking (no front or back end access) when I updated to version 2.2.26. (See errors below.) I renamed the plugin folder to “radio-station-disabled” so that our staging site can be worked on again; eager to try the plugin again when the fatal flaw is fixed. I think this plugin might be just what I need for this fun little project. πŸ™‚ Please advise when an updated is available. THANKS!
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    Plugin (Radio Station) could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Warning: require(/home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/includes/post-types.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/radio-station.php on line 57

    Warning: require(/home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/includes/post-types.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/radio-station.php on line 57

    Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required ‘/home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/includes/post-types.php’ (include_path=’.:/opt/cpanel/ea-php73/root/usr/share/pear’) in /home4/mlynjohn/public_html/acimgather.stagging/wp-content/plugins/radio-station/radio-station.php on line 57

    Works PERFECTLY!!! Many thanks, @pputzer !!! πŸ™‚

    @pputzer: Thanks!!! So is there a way to make this a global change for ALL instances (e.g. a snippet of code I could add to functions.php and/or style.css that would implement the filter hook you mention above and reverse the order for ALL photo credits and captions? I’m using Genesis Simple Hooks which can use shortcodes; would there be something similar I could try to make this a global change? Please advise.

    (I’m using the “Genesis Metro Pro” theme on this site of which this page (with the desired caption reversal) is an example:

    THANKS again, and in advance for further suggestions of how to implement. πŸ™‚
    OOPS! Somehow I missed the php code snippet! … I’ll try that now… πŸ™‚

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 4 weeks ago by BruceRawles.

    Hi again Pepe:

    Any updates regarding an interim solution? THANKS! πŸ™‚

    Hi Pepe:

    MANY THANKS for the speedy reply! πŸ™‚

    If you have an interim (filter hooks) solution I could try that might be helpful… I’ve used Genesis hooks and can do simple β€œcopy/paste” editing on the functions.php file if that’s the sort of patch you have in mind. I’m definitely not a PHP programmer, but with a bit of guidance, I can do simple edits. πŸ™‚

    Otherwise, the next release in a month or two would be great, too. I’ll let my client know after I hear back from you; I imagine he’ll go for the interim β€œpatch” if I can try it quickly. πŸ™‚ BTW, my understanding is that having the caption below the credit is the norm (from talking with my client who is a former professional journalist, now semi-retired), so if that matches with your understanding, that might be a good default (aside from the fact this it might require educating all your other plugin users! πŸ™‚

    MUCH appreciated! πŸ™‚

    Thanks for that suggestion. I just tried it … no change (still getting the same “Thumbnail Generation Alert!” error; so I cleared by (Chrome) browser cache, deleted the Autoptimize cache, and tried toggling and saving the changes for the FooGallery Settings > Advanced > Override Thumb Test checkbox again… Still seeing the error… Any further suggestions? … Thanks in advance!

    I’m having a similar problem; I phoned WP Engine support and they confirmed that the GD Library is, indeed, installed (GD library Version 2.2.5) … Interestingly, the Thumbnail Generation Test fails on LIVE, but passes on the STAGING version of the site, running the same version of FooGallery. Could the CDN (CloudFlare) have anything to do with this? I can’t think of much else that is different. I tried clearing both the HTML and CSS caches under the FooGallery Settings > General tab, but neither helped.
    Thumbnail generation test failed!object(WP_Error)#2660 (2) { [“errors”]=> array(1) { [“file-not-found”]=> array(1) { [0]=> string(0) “” } } [“error_data”]=> array(0) { } } array(2) { [“ext”]=> string(3) “jpg” [“type”]=> string(10) “image/jpeg” }
    Test to see if FooGallery can generate the thumbnails it needs.
    Thumbnail generation test ran successfully.
    Test to see if FooGallery can generate the thumbnails it needs.

    Please advise. THANKS! πŸ™‚

    OOPS! Nevermind; just found the “Show Again Tab” under “General” … How did I miss that! πŸ™‚

    I would VERY much appreciate this feature, too! I have site that has over 400 posts in a category that I’d like to hide altogether, but I DO want to show all the other categories and their posts. Please advise ASAP! THANKS! πŸ™‚



    I forgot to mention: I added this code (as I have been doing for years) directly into the functions.php file… I know I’m going to have some work to do when my theme is updated, but I’ve gotten into that habit over many years. Try it temporarily (after saving a backup of your functions.php file FIRST!) and see if that works. Then you can troubleshoot from there, right? I hope that helps…



    Here’s the code snippet I added – which I think is identical (?) to the code that Matt provided above, and it seems to work fine on our site:

    function my_give_text_switcher( $translations, $text, $domain ) {

    if ( $domain == ‘give’ && $translations == ‘Card name’ ) {
    $translations = __( ‘Cardholder name’, ‘give’ );
    return $translations;
    add_filter( ‘gettext’, ‘my_give_text_switcher’, 10, 3 );

    Hi Matt: the example above is very helpful! Is there a complete listing of these variables/strings for headings, form labels, form placeholder text, etc. (preferably with excellent example code snippets such as the one above) on the Give website somewhere? That would be super helpful! THANKS in advance for a reply. πŸ™‚

    Resolved: I just used the “Slider” widget (which I hadn’t noticed before” instead of a Text widget and it works fine now. πŸ™‚

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