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  • As I said in the first post 😉 , I already tried that:
    When I use your tool to reset all NextGen settings, the NextGen entry in the admin area shows up and I am able to continue working with NextGen. Until I want to change “other options” again…

    Update:

    I deleted all NextGen plugin files from the file system and installed it again with the WordPress plugin upload. I even deleted all NextGen data tables from the database. Nothing changed, the error still shows up. I checked the file permissions of the default folder for storing the galleries wp-content/gallery and my folder wp-content/galerien , both have 777 .
    🙁

    I hope it’s ok when I add my feature request:

    It would be very cool if a counter could be included which counts the views of a gallery or a single picture.

    Hathor

    (@hathor)

    I’ve found the cause for the bug, at least in my case:

    It is the plugin Role Scoper. The developer of this great plugin is working on a solution, see this thread in his support board.

    I have the same problem and still no solution. (I posted it also in the German WP board.)

    Not each post is concerned, so far I’ve seen just two. One has 3 comments, but the comment count shows 15. The other one has 7 comments, but the comment count shows 49.

    I’m using WP 2.7.
    It’s not a plugin issue. I deactivated all my plugins and the comment count is still wrong.
    There is also no spam, comments awaiting moderation, pingbacks or trackbacks.

    Thanks for the great plugin and the quick support on your site, Kevin!

    I was using Disclose Secrets for a long time and have been waiting for a long time too for an update of the plugin and therefore had to postpone the update of WP itself. When I heard of Role Scoper, I changed and was finally able to update from WP 2.1.x to 2.6.

    It works great for me, I had not problems and I tested it a lot. I hope that it will be maintained for a long time. 🙂

    My only wish is as the other users have mentioned too: It’s not so easy to understand and quite complicated with all the menues, options and stuff. (I’m not a native speaker myself.) It would be great if it could be a bit simpler – at least more intuitive.
    I just need to make certain posts and pages just visible to certain users, therefore I just want to create groups, put some members into them and decide with each new post or page which group should have reading access.

    – And I cannot repeat too often that something like this should be part of the WP core in my opinion. 😉

    Hmm, may be the error occurs because of a plugin that I’m using?

    Anyway, it works now with the code above. 🙂

    Thank you very much for taking the time! 🙂

    Thanks for the advice! Unfortunately I get an error:

    Fatal error: Unsupported operand types in /homepages/1/d21520737/htdocs/wordpress/wp-includes/template-functions-post.php on line 74

    Line 74 is:

    $content = $pages[$page-1];

    It displays the id and name of the parent page correctly, but then I get the error and of course the rest is missing.

    It placed your code it the page template:

    <?php
    $page = $wp_query->post;
    $parent_name = $wpdb->get_var("SELECT post_name FROM $wpdb->posts WHERE ID = '$page->post_parent;'");
    $parent_post = $post->post_parent;
    ?>

    <?php echo $parent_name . "" . $parent_post; ?>

    Is there a mistake?
    Oh, I’m using WP 1.5.1.3.

    I’d like to request that too. 😉

    It seems that sometimes there is need to protect certain posts from unregistered users. Private posts are not sufficient when you want to show those posts in the blog, not the admin area. The same with password protection, I don’t want my readers to enter the password each time they want to access a protected post. One login should do.

    There are some hacks:
    The viewlevel plugin: It worked fine, but no longer with WP 1.5.
    The postlevel plugin: It’s compatible with WP 1.5, but still single-post view is broken.
    The private categories plugin: Works fine with WP 1.5, but it does not protect the post, it just hides it from overviews. If you know the direkt url to the post, you can still access it.

    So I would be very happy if one of the next WP versions has this feature… 🙂

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: Author statistics?

    Thanks a lot! 🙂
    And there is the readme.txt with the SQL statements!
    Let’s see what this plugin will do…

    Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: Author statistics?

    Thanks for the link, but I’m afraid it won’t help much.

    Almost all of the download links for the plugin on that page are broken.

    I just get a .rar archive file with the plugin files including a readme file which seems to be damaged for my WinRar cannot extract the archive. The only other file I can download from that page just contains two php files without any explanations how to install the plugin. 🙁

    Hathor

    (@hathor)

    Hi, I use WP 1.2.2 and after activating the plugin I get the error message

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /myserverpath/wordpress/index.php:9) in /myserverpath/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/registered_only.php on line 63
    (and line 64, 65, 66 and 72)

    I did not change the registered_only.php at all.
    Does anyone know what’s wrong?

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