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Thankyou for your fast reply…
I followed your programing logic as far as i could, the url is (not?) being populated by getAuthorizationUrl() function in EpiOAuth.php about line 21.
But I’m not following where this value gets populated, or why it would be empty at the time the link is called on the user’s settings page. (perhaps the lack of the one, causes the other?)
regardless I’ve had to deactivate the plugin till it’s working.
besides libcurl on 7.15 on CentOS, did anyone ever actually find out what was causeing the issue, I know that Peter has said several times in this thread, that he wanted to fix it before the new release… suddenly, here’s a new release…
I’m on a shared host and can not upgrade the libcurl, I have a very active site and I’d like users, especially users who authenticate to the site using their twitter accounts (gotta love the rpx plugin), to be able to cross tweet …
Same Question from me as well (but I did find a workaround).
The former 3 column default theme was good and I had based a child theme on it for my site, where I also used the Activity widget from 1.1.x
Once I upgraded to 1.2, no activity widget was available. Making matters worse, the Backwards Compatability Plugin seemed borked … and my child theme no longer worked … (Using the BC default theme did not work either. navigation was totally fubar)
I have since dumpped Backwards Compatability plugin and upgraded many of my own themes to work for my needs.
I’m currently using Randy Candy (unmodified) on my site and have setup a home page workaround, using Shortcode Widgets…
I have shortcoded a simple RSS widget assigned to read the Activity RSS feed, and placed it into the content of my default page. This is a temporary fix, untill a remake of the old 1.1.x Recent Activity widget can be implemented.