Quote from: djrichiep on May 16, 2012, 04:38:52 PMAfter reading here, I am using WP Super Cache, a possible conflict?It is possible, but it doesn't sound very likely. I would think the SDMon's download-resuming code to be more likely a culprit. It might be a good idea to try some downloads with a regular browser, not a download manager, and check whether the completed downloads (those which downloaded without having to resume) unpack correctly. Also, a comparison of a downloaded file to the original file would be a good source of info.
QuoteAre there any additional parameters I can add in .htaccess or in the SDM settings to keep this issue from happening? I would love to be able to re-activate this plugin as it is exactly what I was looking for to monitor downloads. ThanksThe only thing I can think of off the top of my head is to disable the support for download resuming and see what happens.
Quote from: ionelpaun on March 21, 2012, 01:16:06 PMFirst things first: Did you try to use a "direct SDMon link" such as http://www.smartylogo.com/members/index.php?sdmon=wp-content/plugins/s2member-files/some-file.zip? What was the result?
Hello Pepak, I've tried over 100 posibility to make this plugin to work, but without any result, can you help me please. I think your plugin is very useful for me.