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Fix for FLICKRRSS bug

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If anyone else has had trouble with their thumbnails not showing anymore, the following fixed it for me. **edit line 88 of wp-content/plugins/flickr- rss/flickrrss-settings.php. In flickr-rss 5.0 it looks like: foreach (array("small", "square", "thumb", "medium", "large") as $size) { change it to: foreach (array("small", "square", "thumbnail", "medium", "large") as $size) {

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did you bring this up with the plugin provider?

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This fix does NOT work for me. Please help. I have tried EVERY fix for this and it does not work.

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Check it out here: http://www.westerntimberframe.com/flicker-rss/ Like I said . . . I've tried everything I could find. I've disabled all of my plugins and nothing. Also, I purchased all three themes and it doesn't work with any of them.

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hey imwy2cool. Do you have your user id entered in the flickrRSS plugin settings?

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Yes I entered my id. I've used this plugin on many other sites. I also have it working on http://www.armorbuilt.com as an example. However, I was able to get this working by changing the following code: At least it works for me with WordPress 2.9.2 iBlogPro theme Replace this code in flickrrss.php

if(preg_match('', $item['description'],$imgUrlMatches)) {
						continue;
					}
					$baseurl = str_replace("_m.jpg", "", $imgUrlMatches[1]);
With:
// Hack to switch regular expression for 2.9.2
					$pattern = '';
	
					if(!preg_match($pattern, $item['description'], $imgUrlMatches)) {
	
						continue;
					}
	
					$url_array = explode(' ',$imgUrlMatches[1]);
					$baseurl = str_replace("_m.jpg", "", $url_array[0]);

You'll find it around line 150. It's NOT perfect as it is a hack, but at least my images are working now. I hope it works for you.

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I have been trying to post a solution but every time I push submit it erases the form. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I had to change some code in flickerrss.php

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I have it working on another site WITHOUT these changes. Same host (bluehost) different account.

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(use the backticks that are on the same key as the tilde (~)) `LIKE SO`

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