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Any chance you could tell me exactly what you changed to fix the problem? I might be having the same problem and I can't work it out. It doesn't look like any posts on this forum have been replied to for a while so need any help I can get!
Ah, ok, thanks. I've found another post on this forum from 6 months ago that had a very similar problem to mine which seemed to be a conflict with acymailing, for which a solution doesn't appear to have been suggested.
Well, I found out what the issue was after a fair few hours of analyzing the code in the plugin. I'll post the answer here as I can't see it covered in the documentation and there don't seem to be replies to forum posts from the developer at the moment.
If you create a system access level of "Accepted Cookies" that is set for users who accept cookies then you also have to set that access level against at least one of the cookies you specify in your list of cookies within the plugin. If you don't do this then the privacy plugin attempts to load all of the plugins with access level set to public and they seem to fail whilst being loaded. If you set at least one of the cookies to have a level of "Accepted Cookies" then the privacy plugin only tries to load plugins with an access level set to "Accepted Cookies", so if you don't have any of those then the website then loads correctly. The reason it seemed to be acymailing plugins causing the issue is that they were being loaded first - I had other plugins that also wouldn't load. I don't know if there is an underlying problem with loading these plugins that shouldn't happen, but this now works for me.