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butterflymedia says

A 5-star WordPress plugin – http://codecanyon.net/item/personal-livescore/5218575 – newly updated for WordPress 3.9 and above. Tested with WordPress 4.0-beta3.

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butterflymedia says

Well, actually I revisited the first function and replaced “post” with ”’post’”. It seems that it was an old function and WordPress updated the query in the mean time. So, ‘post’ should be quoted.

It works, check out the page – http://cghubs.com/our-artists/

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butterflymedia says

Hi,

I am a little unclear as to what you are trying to achieve – Are you asking for the query to be ordered by total posts including custom post types, or total posts of a certain custom post type?

You can try to replace the where clause of the query by hooking to pre_user_query.

function user_query_count_post_type($args){ $args->query_from = str_replace(“post_type = post AND”, “post_type IN (‘post’,’cpt’) AND ”, $args->query_from); } Usage ex:

add_action(‘pre_user_query’,’user_query_count_post_type’); $users = get_users(‘orderby=post_count’); remove_action(‘pre_user_query’,’user_query_count_post_type’);

I have already tried that and it’s not working.

I have this page – http://cghubs.com/our-artists/ – and I want to sort users by the number of custom post types they published.

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butterflymedia says

I’m also interested in this, if anyone knows a solution.

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butterflymedia says

Thank you for your kind words!

I just updated one of the plugins, doing some KickStarter.com campaign work. Check out ImagePress.

Getting ready for the next one!

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butterflymedia says

Thank you guys and girls!

I’ll work harder now! ;) :asleep:

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butterflymedia says

I’m a daddy now, my baby is 19 days old!

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I had to stop from working on my CodeCanyon projects for a while, but now I’m back! I have released two new versions of my plugins, and I’m enjoying my newfound fatherhood.

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butterflymedia says

Any news guys????? I really need one that supports .swf files, for other needs WordPress eCards is great !

I have added .swf support to eCards!

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butterflymedia says

I have 3 plugins on the marketplace and I will merge them into one all-purpose framework which will be capable of doing the same job as each of the 3 initial plugins.

I’m doing this for better support, less work to update all plugins with the same code and better consistency.

How would I go about this and provide support for the previous buyers? They will, most likely, have to purchase the new plugin and migrate their old content to the new one.

I have decided that the new plugin, which has the same name, will replace one of the existing 3 plugins, so I’ll have 2 more plugins to deprecate and shut down support.

Is it possible to transfer all buyers from the 2 remaining plugins to the 3rd one?

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butterflymedia says

Since you’re allowed to use your items for own customer I see no problem here. This job doesn’t rely on Envato rules so it’s totally up to you how to handle updates

That’s what I told him via email.

Thanks for your opinion.

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