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WP-DownloadManager 1.00 Beta

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» Posted By DaveKlassix On 10th August 2007 @ 04:24


» Posted By DaveKlassix On 10th August 2007 @ 01:02

When someone downloads a file, and clicks to save, ALL files end up being 0 bytes (on the hard drive one downloads to). Everything else works great, except one that big issue. 😛

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 9th August 2007 @ 01:24

yep. File size is correct.

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 8th August 2007 @ 11:47

Path is correct, file is on my server, heres a url if you want to see an example

The files are stored in wp-content/files (and subdirs), this file for instance is actually located at:

and its not browser related (happens in both Firefox and IE for me). If you just go directly to the link of the file (like the one pasted above), it downloads fine.

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 8th August 2007 @ 09:50

Sorry for flooding these comments, but i updated to the latest plugin (beta 3), and I still get 0 bytes on file downloads, and am hoping for a suggestion to what i’m doing wrong/fix for this.

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 8th August 2007 @ 01:44

Updated version? Is that in private beta testing as I dont see a link other than to the 1.00 on your site. Also, i encountered another problem today. Seems that when people actually click the download embedded link (those who have permission) will get the download, and all files turn out to be 0 bytes (yet they are fine on the server). Suggestions?

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 8th August 2007 @ 01:25

Heres another question and/or suggestion for you. How about when managing downloadings in the admin panel, being able to limit the amount to be return, (25, 50, 100, whatever) per page. Also, would it be possible for a mod/hack on the listing page to be able to generate links instead of to the file, but to a seperate page, automatically adding the embedded download link?

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 6th August 2007 @ 01:25

Actually, the problem was that missing table that manually needed to be created that i found in your forums (would have helped if i actually read it first :P). Great plugin.

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 30th July 2007 @ 03:26

When I first install the plugin and try to add a file, i get the following mysql error:

WordPress database error: [Table ‘e1071.wp_downloads’ doesn’t exist]
INSERT INTO wp_downloads VALUES (0, ‘/’, ‘sdsadsad’, ‘asdasdsadsadasd’, ‘1371836’, 0, ‘1185534472’, 0, 0)

obviously with my limited mysql knowledge, i know the table doesn’t exist, i assumed it would be automatically created after activating the plugin. Is there something i may have missed doing first? (updated the permalinks as well).

» Posted By DaveKlassix On 28th July 2007 @ 03:13

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