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Audio Player not working with wp anymore

  1. Hey, as of right now, on my music blog, I am using the latest version of audio player and wordpress. It seems that when wordpress updated, it screwed everything up though. I used to be able to click on my music button thing, click gallery, show the music, and then click insert into post. The music player would show up and everything would be fine.

    Now, for whatever reason I get errors with java and flash that others get, and when you click play it takes you to a 404 page. The audio player also stops showing up in the visual section of the post I make. When I looked at the code, I realized that something had changed. I would just like to change the default back to what it was so I can get it working again. Here is how a song used to be coded before the WP update:

    <p style="text-align: left;">[audio:http://blameitonthedrugs.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Breakbot-Fantasy.mp3|titles=Breakbot - Fantasy]</p>

    Here is the new code which produces errors:

    <p style="text-align: left;"><a href="http://blameitonthedrugs.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/26-Here-Comes-Shameboy-Remix.m4a]">Foamo - Here Comes (Shameboy Remix)</a></p>

    I see how to fix it by manually going through each line of code, but is there any easy way to change the settings back to what they used to be? Thanks.

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  3. http://www.blameitonthedrugs.com is the blog running wordpress. According to the bot I need to do this :o

  4. Thank you. This confirms what the supportbot suspected: if you have a self-hosted WordPress forum, you should head over to the WordPress.ORG forums.

  5. Sorry about that, the entire thing confused the hell out of me. :|

  6. No problem. Good luck! :-)

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