— wp-status-net.php 2012-07-16 20:51:15.604960940 +0300
+++ wp-status-net.php.new 2012-08-01 21:04:36.392944461 +0300
@@ -700,7 +700,7 @@
- if ( 'save' == $_REQUEST['action'] )
+ if ( array_key_exists('action', $_REQUEST) && 'save' == $_REQUEST['action'] )
$options = array(
"apitype" => $_REQUEST[apitype],
@@ -931,7 +931,7 @@
- add_options_page('WP-Status.net', 'WP-Status.net', 0, basename(__FILE__), 'wpstatusnet_options');
+ add_options_page('WP-Status.net', 'WP-Status.net', 'manage_options', basename(__FILE__), 'wpstatusnet_options');
There was a topic about replacing br tags with newlines on Urban Giraffe, but it seems to have led nowhere, so I’m posting this here just so that I can find it when I again need it, and maybe of help to others too.
I modified the search_and_replace function on line 37 of models/search.php so that $this->replace is assigned a replaced string itself:
$this->replace = str_replace("\\n", '
This means I want to replace any occurences of ”\n”’s in my replacement string with actual newlines just prior to applying the replacement.
It’s an ad hoc solution which I’m reverting once I’m done with newlines. I’ve not explored any possible side effects this solution may have, so use with caution.
Edit: Forum ate my br.
No problem, and thanks for the rapid response to my bug-report-turned-support-request!
Yes and no. :) No, I’ve never used anything but SLB. Yes, it’s apparently always activated links, but it also used to have the ’Activate all image links in item content’ option. Being able to uncheck that option I could use SLB as I have until now: with lightboxing only on links I’ve manually specified as rel=”slb”. The automatic url-snooping thingy just doesn’t work for me, since I use lots of image links pointing to wiki pages of those images.
FWIW, it was easy to fix this for myself: I just cut process_links() so that it immediately returns with unprocessed $content.
So, uh, how do I retroactively extend this reversed behavior to all the links on my blog relying on the previous behavior? I think it’s easier for me to just downgrade and freeze the plugin back to where it works the way I’ve relied on it functioning up until now.
(Not to be critical of your work; it’s your code and you do with it as you will. It just seems my use-case was niche even until recently, and now it’s no longer supported at all.)
It looks like 1.6.1 now automatically adds a rel=”slb” (plus some slb_group) to image links pointing to url’s ending in a known image postfix. While a nice idea in theory, this does not work well with links pointing to non-image content that ends in an image postfix.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create an image link pointing to a picture page in Wikimedia Commons.
2. Try clicking the link with SLB activated.
SLB tries to lightbox the Commons page.
What I expect to happen:
I’d expect SLB not to mess with the link so that when I click the image, I’m taken to the Commons page as usual.
I don’t think there’s any way around this other than disabling the automatic rel=”slb”’ing feature entirely (which the plugin currently, AFAICS, doesn’t allow me to do). There’s no reliable way to determine a link *really* points to an image just by looking at the url.
Is it just me, or do the plugin’s settings get reset back to defaults with each update? Is this intentional and if so, why?
Apparently either results.php or head.php (in view/admin/) refers to an image called small.gif by a path that doesn’t work: every time I use Search Regex I get 404 hits for a ’/images/small.gif’, when it should in fact refer to [site root]/wp-content/plugins/search-regex/images/small.gif. Apparently $this->url() precluding the path in the code doesn’t work — maybe $this is out of scope?
Np, @RavanH, glad my contribution turned out so helpful!
On a hunch, I instead opted to change
Upload Url Path (of the main site) to point to where
Fileupload Url already was pointing, and lo and behold, now the uploads get url’s with a
/files/ base (which I feel is best).
Funnily, despite this same setting on the testing site, the url’s there have the
wp-content/uploads base (like I mentioned in the previous comment), as if
Upload Url Path didn’t have an effect. There doesn’t seem to be a
Fileupload Url setting there — perhaps it’s deprecated? (The testing site runs trunk, whereas the main site runs latest stable.)
(Usually it’s the other way round: something that works in testing won’t work on the production site.)