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mordauk says
maxvarlson said
I will definitely will take a closer look at it. :nerdy:

Let me know if you find any bugs or areas needing improvement.

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maxvarlson says
mordauk said
maxvarlson said
I will definitely will take a closer look at it. :nerdy:
Let me know if you find any bugs or areas needing improvement.

I just installed it but it doesn’t show up in the Dashboard Menu. :S

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mordauk says
maxvarlson said
mordauk said
maxvarlson said
I will definitely will take a closer look at it. :nerdy:
Let me know if you find any bugs or areas needing improvement.
I just installed it but it doesn’t show up in the Dashboard Menu. :S

First thing to check, is the version number in the XML file newer than the plugin version installed.

Second, on line 24 of the update-notifer.php, did you change the time interval to sometime small so that it checks for updates more often? I set mine to 10 seconds for testing. That way I could just refresh the page to see if it worked.

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maxvarlson says
mordauk said
First thing to check, is the version number in the XML file newer than the plugin version installed. Second, on line 24 of the update-notifer.php, did you change the time interval to sometime small so that it checks for updates more often? I set mine to 10 seconds for testing. That way I could just refresh the page to see if it worked.

Now, it works fine for me. :)

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mordauk says

Excellent!

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uDesignStudios says

Hey!

I’ll post this here too, since this thread looks livelier than mine (http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/plugin-updates/49970), I hope you don’t mind ;)

I took the liberty of updating this, in order to handle multiple scripts using it. So if we start using this we won’t get errors when users use more than one update-notifier-enabled plugin :)

You can find the code here: https://github.com/meosoft/WordPress-Plugin-Update-Notifier-for-Code-Canyon

It uses PHP variables instead of constants and all functions are guarded by a constant, so you don’t get function already defined errors. It also puts all plugins in one place, so you’ll get only one menu entry that notifies you about the updates.

Please let me know what you think :)

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uDesignStudios said
Hey!

I’ll post this here too, since this thread looks livelier than mine (http://codecanyon.net/forums/thread/plugin-updates/49970), I hope you don’t mind ;)

I took the liberty of updating this, in order to handle multiple scripts using it. So if we start using this we won’t get errors when users use more than one update-notifier-enabled plugin :)

You can find the code here: https://github.com/meosoft/WordPress-Plugin-Update-Notifier-for-Code-Canyon

It uses PHP variables instead of constants and all functions are guarded by a constant, so you don’t get function already defined errors. It also puts all plugins in one place, so you’ll get only one menu entry that notifies you about the updates.

Please let me know what you think :)

Excellent! I’ll try it out and let you know what I think.

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mordauk says

@uDesignStudios

Works great! Just finished testing it and am loving the improvements!

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epicplugins says

Hey Guys,

Your Github link is dead – has everyone stopped using this? :o

Was hoping not to have to bake my own :)

Woody

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epicplugins says

I do wonder if it’s moved here:

https://github.com/pippinsplugins/WordPress-Plugin-Update-Notifier-for-Code-Canyon

Anyone know if that’s the same?

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