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    • #7892
      dameer
      Member

      WordPress multisite with Piklist 0.9.9.11 (network activated) and a custom made plugin which creates custom taxonomy and custom post type (network activated as well). Whenever custom post type is either created or edited there’s an admin error saying:

      Undefined index: order in "XXXXXX/wp-content/plugins/piklist/includes/class-piklist.php", line 2007

      On a side note, there’s a clause at the line #2007 (class-piklist.php):

      
      if( ! isset( $a[ 'args' ][ 'order' ] ) && ! isset ($b[ 'args' ][ 'order' ] ) )

      … but somehow I think it should be:

      if( ! isset( $a[ 'args' ][ 'order' ] ) || ! isset ($b[ 'args' ][ 'order' ] ) )

      …because if either of these two evaluates true then the function itself returns error – an undefined index ‘order’.

      Piklist welcome back, hopefully you live again but not as a zombie plugin 🙂

    • #7940
      Steve
      Keymaster

      @dameer– Try this release. We rewrote this to work better:
      https://github.com/piklist/piklist/releases/tag/0.9.9.13

    • #8258
      danieldekay
      Participant

      @Steve – awesome, have the same issue, and will update ASAP.

      Would you be interested in supporting updates directly from Github? This plugin allows that: https://github.com/afragen/github-updater

      You’d just need to add a line to the plugin header to direct to the Github Page

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