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  • Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Sorry Albert, just noticed your reply here. Unfortunately, I uninstalled the extension so I can’t test it anymore. I used the latest WordPress, Firefox and Chrome.
    The thing is, if something is not working right away, I don’t have time to figure it out, especially if this is not core functionality. It would be nice to have it but it’s not essential.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Thanks, will do :).

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Thanks :).

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    OK, thanks, will do that.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    What? Then why the message? It clearly says that your plugin is using some obsolete way of doing things, hence the complaint.
    The reason for reports as mine is to improve the plugin. I’m pretty sure the plugin must adjust to the WP, not the other way around, so I don’t really understand that answer. Are you really saying “it’s not us, it’s the WP”? In meantime, the plugin is literally spamming my debug log with those notices.
    Or maybe I’m not understanding something? I assume that notice isn’t bad (it’s not an error) but is pointing out toward some problems that may become errors in the future and it looks like WP is complaining about your plugin doing something that was depreciated a long time ago. So why not improve it?

    I found other threads with similar issue and plugin authors fixed it so I’m really disappointed in that answer that literally says “it’s not us, we won’t fix it” as if WP was doing things wrong and was suppose to adjust to your plugin… This is an insane and backward approach that causes issues to stay forever.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Thanks! Didn’t know that. Will try it out with some free time.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Thanks for the explanation.
    In such a case, there would be also an easy way out, I could move the bar to the bottom of the site. It’s a workaround but an easy one and I wouldn’t have to bother you for the custom css. A win-win situation but as I recall there was no such option there, which was surprising to me because menus on top are 99% of cases, so the possibility of having this overlapping issue is very high. I can’t imagine you could offer such help all the time, so although the proposal is very generous and I thank you for it, I would more like to see some basic options that the Top Bar is missing.

    This is also why I already have chosen a different notification bar. It also had problems with the overlapping and now I understand it’s not a developer’s fault, but it also had the option to move the bar to the bottom, which was acceptable, plus I could set font size and few other things.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 11 months ago by michaldybczak.
    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Thanks! That fixed the issue!

    However, the upper arrow has no upper edge-line. Not sure if that is something on my end or a universal problem. This kind of badly displayed arrows are common issues among many themes and I couldn’t figure out why this is happening and why nobody is doing something about it. I suspect that some settings on my site my causing it, otherwise this wouldn’t be so common. Nevertheless, this is an acceptable outcome now.

    Here is the screen:

    https://imgur.com/gd1NXZg

    P.S. I edited my review :).

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    OK. I’m happy to change review when the theme will work well with woocommerce on Firefox. Majority users are on Chrome but Firefox is still an important part of the browser market.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    I disabled all plugins except woocommerce and the issue persisted. Windows’ version of Firefox (tested on many computers) always lacks arrows next to the number, next to “add to cart”.

    On Linux when you compile Firefox with some patches, arrows may show up on Firefox but they are very pale. On Chrome (or any other Chrome-based browsers) arrows (triangles) appear when you hover the mouse over it.

    When I meant Firefox, it was the latest available version.

    I couldn’t leave my store to be Firefox incompatible. Many of my customers are not tech skilled so I can’t allow for something not to work well.

    Googling the issue yield no results so I couldn’t fix it and I had no place to ask for any kind of support (didn’t find a community for that, tried various ones but had no feedback) for too long. Because of that, I had to move on to a different theme. I still keep Customizr installed for a legacy of reasons so if something breaks with the new theme, I can switch over to Customizr. So if you want me to test something, I can do that on my development server.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Wow! Thanks, it’s working now as I wanted!

    Strangely, I noticed regex box and link on the beginning when I started wondering how to make more advanced redirects, so I found your site about regular expressions but when I went back to settings, I forgot about the checkebox and was totally blind to it.

    So simple solution and I was already about to give up on it. I didn’t expect so quick answer and I just posted here just in case there was some bug that needs to be fixed. I guess regex checkbox and maybe info on your site about it should be more prominent, but function wise, your plugin is awesome!

    Thank you again!

    5 star review is coming :).

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    OK, by testing I figured out that this was browser’s cache messing it (I don’t have any cache on my site enabled thou). So basically simple redirect like this works:

    /shop/
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/

    When I add:

    /shop/(.*)
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/$1

    Then it doesn’t work at all, no redirection, only cache was remembering it and redirecting simply.

    I am clearly missing something or this isn’t working on multisite.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 4 months ago by michaldybczak.
    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    Sorry, that was mistake while writing. I corrected that and I did set it /shop/(.*)
    Maybe I made mistake by forgetting to add that this is a multisite install and shop page is set as the main one for the sub-site.

    I tried again simple redirect and it works:

    /shop/
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/

    The bananas example is from your site about regular expressions so I thought you will get it right away without writing too much.

    I just want all pages down the lane from /shop/ be redirected to new domain so for example:

    /shop/product1/
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/product1/

    shop/product1/product1.jpg
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/product1/product1.jpg

    etc.

    If your plugin is not meant for multisites, I never noticed the info.

    EDIT: That’s weird. After making it work with simple redirect, I set again:

    /shop/(.*)
    https://mynewsite.pl/shop/$1

    and it works, well, partially. It works like simple redirect but doesn’t redirect anything past /shop/ part.

    I’ll wait for the official fix with the update and let you know if it helped. Thanks for not forgetting about that error. For months I’ve been deleting duplicated backups manually and I would be thrilled to see it finally fixed.

    Thread Starter michaldybczak

    (@michaldybczak)

    I moved site to another server and issue still persists :(. Both jobs (daily database backups and weekly full backups) are doubled all the time.

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