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06/11/2014 at 12:46 am #293536KelvinGuest
I’m starting a new bug report that I initially reported here after realizing that the topic I originally posted under was not the problem I thought it was. To recap:
As a side note, just recently, I’m no longer able to set a message in the Require Login dialog box in both Chrome or Firefox, so it may be a problem with the plugin.
It does not matter whether I post in the Visual or Text tab, I can input text, but as soon as I hit submit, the page displays settings saved and no text in the message entry box.
A secondary post was also added, mentioning the possibility of adding the message directly in the MySQL table:
I have the same issue where the contents of the Require Login Message box fails to record contents upon save. While waiting for a solution, is it possible to manually enter the information into the MySQL table?
Is this a viable workaround? Thank you for your consideration06/11/2014 at 10:44 am #293582Steven ZahmKeymaster
I’ve found the issue and fixed it. The cause was me being sloppy with a copy/paste. Had I simply click the update button, I would have seen the field didn’t save. I only checked to make sure the visual editor loaded and toggled with the text editor. The fix will be in the 0.8.12 bugfix release. I usually wait until Friday to release bugfix releases, but I’ll try to push this out later today.
You could update the database directly but since the value is a serialized array doing so wouldn’t exactly be straightforward. If you’d like to give a try, here’s the db query to find the option in the db:
SELECT * FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = 'connections_login'
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