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17 June, 2012
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Hello!

 

I just updated my churches website to the new Wordpress 3.4 and then when I went to see if my sermons still worked, they stopped working.  All I get on the results page and the sermon page is \"Download:\" and it's not even a link.  I'm not sure if it's something else that happened or what, but I'm thinking maybe it's an a coding error or something with the new upgrade for Wordpress 3.4.  Am I the only one?

 

Thanks!

 

Joshua

17 June, 2012
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This is exactly why I don't upgrade immediately when a new version of WP comes out.  I would be interested too - anyone else here have issues with Sermon Browser after upgrading to WordPress 3.4?

Rich Brown
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18 June, 2012
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Same thing happening here! The only word that comes up for a sermon entry is 'Download:" (not a link). I was hoping to get started on moving over a huge archive of sermons, but without this fixed I'll have to wait. Is this plugin being actively updated or should I move on and look elsewhere? Any chance of contacting the developer?

18 June, 2012
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Could one of you that are now running WordPress 3.4 post a link to your site?  I saw on the AudioPlayer forum that it is having trouble with 3.4, but I'd like to see if something else is going on specific to SermonBrowser.

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18 June, 2012
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My church website is http://elimisanti.org

Thanks!

18 June, 2012
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I was using the Audio Player plugin and started having problems after the 3.4 upgrade.

I found this plugin, looking for an alternative to Audio Player, not realizing this was built on top.

I guess I know why this plugin's not working very well either?

Specifically, Audio Player won't produce the audio shortcode links anymore, although it works if I build one manually. I'm guessing that has something to do with the problems I'm having with Sermon Browser? It wouldn't let me import an MP3 file

19 June, 2012
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I am using the MediaElements.js plug-in with no problems with the upgrade (and it works on iPads, unlike the flash Audio Player): http://mediaelementjs.com/

 

I am still having an issue with the 'Add Sermon' menu command, but if you go to the Files section, you can still do a 'Create Sermon' from there.

 

Maranatha!
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Maranatha!
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19 June, 2012
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(Deleting my own post.  Sorry!)

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21 June, 2012
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Similar (though slightly different) issue following the 3.4 update.

The audio plays correctly - but the "next page" link on the sermon list page doesn't work. It links to "blah/?page=2" but that just brings up the first page again.

 

Edited to say:

Oops, just seen http://www.sermonbrowser.com/f.....t-working/

For me, at least, it broke at WP upgrade.

 

Edited again to stop me talking rubbish.

21 June, 2012
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Well, after my earlier comment about the MediaElements player, I notice that philr is correct, the "Next Page" link isn't working for me either. The link in the address bar says "http://www.proclaimanddefend.org/fbfi-audio/2/" but it is still page 1 on display, i.e., same as "http://www.proclaimanddefend.org/fbfi-audio/"

 

Maranatha!
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Maranatha!
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22 June, 2012
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One more thing, I have a site (www.gbcvic.org) where I haven't upgraded the Sermon Browser plug-in. I have upgraded WordPress to 3.4, and the "Next Page" link works. I'm going to look at rolling back to the previous version of SB tomorrow.

 

Maranatha!
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Maranatha!
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23 June, 2012
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I have a fix - at least for Don & my "next page" / "previous page" issue.

It seems that if ?page= is the only variable, then it fails. If there's another, then it works. Whatever the other is.

in wp-content/plugins/sermon-browser/sb-includes/frontend.php change line 640 (in function sb_print_next_page_link) to read

        $url = sb_build_url(array('page' => ++$current)).'&?foo=bah';

and line 651 (in function sb_print_prev_page_link) to read

        $url = sb_build_url(array('page' => --$current)).'&?foo=bah';

You don't have to make foo = bah. You could put what you want (within reason) so long as something equals something else.

Phil.

24 June, 2012
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Hi Phil

Not sure I follow this... tried editing this, then checked my site, just got a blank screen. So I went back to the old file. I am wondering about your line 651 example. In my original file, it looks like this:

 

$url = sb_build_url(array('page' => --$current));

 

in your example, it looks like this:


$url = sb_build_url(array('page' => –$current)).'&?foo=bah';


It looks like you have an emdash before $current, whereas the original has two hyphens. Could that be a problem? The other example looks the same except for the .'&?foo=bah' at the end.

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24 June, 2012
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It appears that the emdash is the forum software doing something to the text we are typing.

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24 June, 2012
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Ok, that's it! I made sure just to add the extension and not alter the rest of the line, and my next page link is back.

 

Anyone using the lines above should be aware that the forum software is changing two hyphens in the Line 651 example to an emdash. Use with caution.

Maranatha!
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25 June, 2012
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Yes, it's two hyphens. Hadn't noticed the forum s/w change that to a dash.

 

Maybe I should get my eyes tested!

27 June, 2012
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Hello, I tried this solution, but it didn't work for me. Here is a link to my site in case anyone has an idea of what's wrong:

http://www.iglesiabautistadeno...../sermones/

27 June, 2012
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Okay. I tried it again and it worked this time. Great. Foo bah!

29 June, 2012
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I was having this same problem, and philr's solution fixed it.  I didn't like the extra filler on the link, so I went after the root cause.  It looks like Wordpress is using "page" as a permalink redirect, and so it always changes "?page=2" to "/2/"

 

My fix was to replace occurances of 'page' with 'pagenum' in frontend.php on lines 638-651 and in sermon.php on lines 516 and 517 yielding these results:

\sermon-browser\sb-includes\frontend.php (6 hits)
 Line 638: $current = isset($_REQUEST['pagenum']) ? (int) $_REQUEST['pagenum'] : 1;
 Line 640: $url = sb_build_url(array('pagenum' => ++$current));
 Line 649: $current = isset($_REQUEST['pagenum']) ? (int) $_REQUEST['pagenum'] : 1;
 Line 651: $url = sb_build_url(array('pagenum' => --$current));
\sermon-browser\sermon.php (2 hits)
 Line 516: if (isset($_REQUEST['pagenum']))
 Line 517: $page = $_REQUEST['pagenum'];

Hopefully this will help the maintainers to catch this bug.

29 June, 2012
5:05 pm
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To abiahjoshua, looks like this whole topic got hijacked from your original question.

I looked at your site, and I suspect that the problem might be with an audio plugin rather than with sermon browser itself.  If you have any audio or media plugins, try disabling them to see if you get a download link.  If that works, try updating to a current audio plugin.

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