[wp-testers] Custom post type disappears when a post is un-published
sh.hoboy at gmail.com
Thu May 27 21:06:26 UTC 2010
More info, perhaps relevant, perhaps not:
--I get the same behavior on another site on a different server--changing the status using the Quick Edit menu trashes the custom post_type and sets it to generic post instead
--in the DB I DON'T get two autodraft entries, just a single one plus however many revisions I have made.
--On both sites I am using Custom Post Type UI and also Custom Field Template 1.6.5, which otherwise seem to play nicely together
--***Both sites were UPGRADED from 2.9.2, not clean installs, on a clean install I don't get the problem either.***
Want to try this on an upgraded site? I'm wondering if the autodraft thing is a new feature put in 3.0 to support custom types, and it somehow isn't getting altered when you are coming from an earlier version.
On May 27, 2010, at 4:20 PM, wp-testers-request at lists.automattic.com wrote:
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> Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 14:43:25 -0400
> From: "Michael E. Hancock" <justmichaelh at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [wp-testers] Custom post type disappears when a post is
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> Installed a fresh copy of 3.0beta2, installed Custom Post Type UI 0.5.2,
> created a post type of artists exactly like yours, and tried many variations
> of creating an artist, making it draft, changing to published, and could not
> duplicate your problem, using both Edit and Quick Edit.
> Again using default permalinks, no plugins, with standard TwentyTen theme.
> Not sure how the observation from Frumph impacts though I've got the same
> setting for rewrite as you (set by the plugin Custom Post Type UI 0.5.2.
> Wonder if the auto-draft thing is part of this problem? I got two
> auto-drafts saved for the artists post. One had a post_type of post and one
> had a post_type of artists, but it did NOT cause me any problem.
> Note: You should not need to put any code in your theme's functions.php if
> you are using the plugin to create the post type.
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