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  • I’m using both Prefix Field Labels and Prefix Field Names.

    One clone is a single one, then there is a repeater containing another clone. I’m assuming you can use a clone in a repeater (pretty sure I’ve seen that in the documentation)?

    Also, I’m using other clones throughout the website, but don’t seem to notice any issues like this, so that’s why I was wondering whether this error is unique to it being on the Options Page? (and some ‘mixed up’ errors in the Options Page relate to non-cloned items, too)

  • Hi John, thanks for the reply.

    Is it relevant how I’m getting the field (using get_fields()) when the issue I see is in the display of the Options Page itself (regardless of how the settings are used within the website)? The options all tend to be within groups, so are accessed using get_sub_field() calling each field by name, so I don’t think there’d be any conflict there.

    The mixing up of the fields only tends to happen when I add a new field within the Theme Options page, but I don’t notice any issue until I view the Options page and configure the new field, then save. This messes up (for example) the colour schemes I have… there are lots of options of colours to set, and today (and in the past) the colour values seem to be shifted by 2 fields. (I’m not quite savvy or confident enough to edite the SQL tables to correct this, so I have to copy and paste all colour values along 2 over several tabs – doable, but a pain).

    The data mixing isn’t restricted to the colours – other options are mised too (text fields suddenly have hex values rather than titles).

    Would it be relevant that: a) the colour schemes are a ‘clone’ field; and b) as well as having a ‘Default’ colour scheme, there are cloned schemes on a repeater for pages/sections with different background colours.

    I appreciate this may be difficult to fully understand from my words… is tere any other specifc information you think I need to provide?

    Thanks John,


  • Thank you, @joshf – I missed that, too.

  • Worth mentioning here that security plugins (such as WordFence) may throw up a warning screen when saving scripts to the Options page.

  • Hi – I’m also having the same issue as Luke: the map displays perfectly on the web page (front end), but it will only display the location that I have configured in the Custom Fields set-up screen. I can click within the ‘map’ area to move the pointer (which, again, is good), but when I try to enter an address or postal code into the Address bar, I get the error pop-up “This page can’t load Google Maps correctly.”

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