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Richard de Jonge

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  • in reply to: Failed Update from 2.0.18 to 2.0.20 #10004220
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    Richard de Jonge
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    Hi.
    The old version that you can see in the error text is a defunct folder from an old installation I renamed to -old.

    I de-activated the plugin prior tp upgrading and this was the error message I got.

    I suspect it’s because there’s a similarly named directory in plugins that may be causing the issue?

    in reply to: Information required before purchasing #10003734
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    Richard de Jonge
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    Next question. Where to go to purchase the plugin?
    and how far away will the ‘conditional logic’ be? any ETA?

    in reply to: Information required before purchasing #10003699
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    Richard de Jonge
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    Hi, I figured out how to do this before your reply.
    The next problem is, I am handing out invitations also. I have published the codes etc BUT
    Even with an invitation code, you are taken to PayPal.

    How can I get around this?
    Also, where do I pay for your plugin?

    in reply to: Feature Requests #10003585
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    Richard de Jonge
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    How far away would this be?
    This one thing is literally the only thing stopping me from purchasing.
    I think you should hurry up.

    in reply to: Feature Requests #10003584
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    Richard de Jonge
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    Any timeframe on this feature request. The SOONER the better@!

    in reply to: Probably an easy one :) #10003241
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    Richard de Jonge
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    Thank you, and I tried your suggestion but it didn’t change.
    I installed WP-Mail-SMTP and I configured everything correctly including allowing less secure programs to send thru Gmail.
    I still get the same message.

    I will mark this as resolved. But perhaps a system to prevent this from happening can be implemented into Pie-Register in the future?

    in reply to: Probably an easy one :) #10003231
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    Richard de Jonge
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    That does help a little bit, just a little bit.
    On Gmail how would I authenticate my own website to send out mails thru said account tho?

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    Richard de Jonge
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    Thanks for your reply 🙂
    I figured out how to remove the automatically generated content links from my top menu bar on my own, so thanks anyway!

    I have another question. Not sure if you can help?

    Am I able to use Pie-Register functions to make download links to external storage viewable to registered users only?

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