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I have installed Wordpress plug-in ShareThis and was prompted to update it to the latest version which I did automatically and it said it was successful.. however the plug-in shows nothing on posts or pages despite the default settings being to show on both.

I deleted the plug-in and re-upoaded and activated it - still no luck.

Ideas please?

Using  Wordpress 3.0.4. Plug-in version 4.0.4.
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Jason C. Levine earned 2000 total points
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It may be a conflict with your theme/another plugin and the plugin OR the plugin got screwed up during the update.

Try switching to a different theme to see if the plugin shows up in that.  If it does, switch back to your preferred theme to see if that kickstarts it.
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