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Compatibility Issues between MDTF and Gravity Forms plug-ins

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Hello there,

At the start of the week, I updated a few plug-ins on my WordPress site, including the following two:

1. Gravity Forms Version 2.5 (Easily create web forms and manage form entries within the WordPress admin.)
2. WordPress Meta Data & Taxonomies Filter (MDTF) Version 2.2.4 (Powerful and Flexible Filter Tools. Let your clients find all things they are want with the ease on your site.)

When activated, MDTF prevents me from accessing the Forms dashboard in my admin account such that I cannot view entries or make any changes to the forms and their settings (The forms are still available on the website for visitors.) This is the message that I receive when trying to access my Forms dashboard: There has been a critical error on this website. Please check your site admin email inbox for instructions.

When I deactivate the MDTF plug-in, I am able to access the Forms dashboard.

However, deactivating the MDTF plug-in leads to an error at the following records collection:

(Note: at the moment, the plug-in is activated as my team needs access to this collection. When deactivated, this is the message that appears: [mdf_results_by_ajax shortcode=”mdf_custom template=any/my_posts post_type=oral_history_records orderby=title order=asc page=1 per_page=12″ pagination=b])

Additionally, whether MDTF is activated or deactivated, when searching for and selecting an individual record through the search feature, I am redirected to an error page (e.g.


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This is the error message we receive: [25-May-2021 02:54:40 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught ArgumentCountError: Too few arguments to function MetaDataFilter::admin_notices(), 0 passed in /home/njchsorg/public_html/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/common.php on line 5662 and exactly 1 expected in /home/njchsorg/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-meta-data-filter-and-taxonomy-filter/index.php:876


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