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  • #19701

    ILya
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    Hello!
    It seems I found bug!
    I turn off “Require Password repeat” in registration form for my new user. I use 3 input-field only: name, password, e-mail. It's all. But when I push the submit-button -> alert “Password didn't match“.
    Why??

    #19704

    Mahi
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    You sure you are not using any other registration plugin?

    Also, from form setup area “Require Password repeat” tick off?

    #19706

    ILya
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    Thank for the fast reply!

    Yes, I'm sure i don't use any other registration plugin.
    “Require Password repeat” tick off.

    I have plugin “sexy login”. But i use it for login users only (registration function is off).

    #19707

    Mahi
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    can you deactivate that plugin and check it error still exist?

    #19709

    ILya
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    Of course I did it!
    Deactivate that plugin and error still there.

    I test your plugin on another absolutely clean (new) site and the same error too.

    p.s. I use wordpress 3.9

    #19753

    ILya
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    Excuse me. What about this problem?

    #19783

    Mahi
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    Its a valid bug. Thank you for bringing this out. I forwarded this to Developer team. Should be fixed ASAP.

    #19968

    Mahi
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    Hello @ilya Goncharov,

    Just letting you know this issue been fixed in next version which will be available soon.

    Marking this topic as resolved.

    #19970

    ILya
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    Buy the way, “password strength meter” it's NOT password strength meter. It's indicator matches ONLY. You know that? 🙂

    #19978

    ILya
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    And one more.
    Go to Forms -> Add form -> Post fields -> and “post body” button. Such field as “Size, Rows and Columns” are works when selected “Normal” (in textarea) only. And when selected “Rich textarea” or “Teeny Rich textarea” fields “Size, Rows and Columns” doesn't works.
    I hope you understand me.

    #20844

    Jeffrey
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    Hello,

    I have the same problem with the Post Body field. The sizing settings seem to be ignored when using either Rich text option.

    With any option, the Columns setting is having no effect.

    I'm using the WP 2014 theme, updated, and the page is using the Full Width template.

    #20856

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    It is a well known issue with Rich Text editor. Currently WPUF using default WordPress Rich editor. Dev Team is aware of this. Hopefully they will come up with a solution.

    #20884

    Jeffrey
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    Just a quick update. I switched through the themes that are included with WP, and with 2012 it works as expected. No issues setting rows and columns.

    I installed a new theme (free) called WordPlus, and it also works just fine.

    I'm trying to see what it is in the newer WP themes that is not allowing the sizing to work, but haven't found anything specific yet. In all honesty, I'm not that good at troubleshooting CSS!

    If someone who is a CSS guru would look at it, I'm pretty sure they'll spot the issue pretty quickly.

    #20892

    paul
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    Hi,

    As Ilya first pointed out, the password strength indicator does not work when typing the first password. Only when you start to type the 2nd password it then activates the matching process.

    Chrome Console flags the error as “Uncaught ReferenceError: zxcvbn is not defined”

    Is this an error with the default password plugin or is it something to do with your plugin?

    #20907

    paul
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    Ok it turns out the issue is that the password strength plugin (which is a default wordpress plugin and not WPUF's) is not calling a required js file when used with WPUF

    I managed to get it to work by adding the following to the “wp-content/plugins/wp-user-frontend-pro/wpuf-functions.php” file

    /**
    * Enqueue script for password strength meter
    */
    function password_score_script() {
    wp_enqueue_script( ‘zxcvbn-async', ‘/wp-includes/js/zxcvbn-async$suffix.js', array(), ‘1.0.0', true );
    }

    add_action( ‘wp_enqueue_scripts', ‘password_score_script' );

    Add the above to the end of the functions file and it should then work as expected.

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