Purchased and installed Gravity Forms yesterday and have been spending most of the time since trying to work around the constant Fatal Errors I'm getting when using different plugins and trying different themes.
The error message is always Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 491520 bytes) in ... on line 235
Memory size and line number are different in each case, but it's the same message. I not only deactivated but uninstalled all other plugins and themes. It works with some plugins but then if I install something new, I get the error. Or, I tried a different theme and got the error. If I delete the plugin/theme manually through FTP things go back to normal.
I started out using the most recent stable version of Gravity Forms and had the problem, so I upgraded to the newest beta. It seems to be more compatible but still conflicts with a ton of plugins and themes.
As soon as I deactivate Gravity Forms, everything else works fine.
My website is http://www.simplygoodnetworking.com, the forms are on http://www.simplygoodnetworking.com/contact/ and http://www.simplygoodnetworking.com/member-directory-form/
I'm also using the Gravity Forms Directory & Addons plugin, which I know is not you guys, but the error I receive from Gravity Forms persists even when I delete the Directory plugin.
I've also tried increasing the memory in my php.ini file to 64MB and then to 128MB, and it didn't help. I'm using PHP5