A quick update rolling back Post Injection to what it was in version 4.10. Which worked better than the current iteration. Fixing it for real has proven more difficult than anticipated and will take some time.
Turns out there was something wrong with Shortcodes and caching, this has been fixed, too.Read more »
Post Injection is a difficult feature for some reason. Fixing it will take some time. So in the meantime we’re rolling Post Injection back to what it was in version 4.12. It’s not perfect, but at-least it worked a little bit.
Some widgets had issues with a stray network variable, which has been resolved and shortcodes did something dumb with W3 Total Cache – Not sure how that happened, but it did. Now it’s fixed.
Some users of older licenses (starting with 101) had trouble activating or de-activating their license some times. This has been resolved too.Read more »
A small update, more like a hotfix or patch, which addresses the semi-broken date pickers. Turns out the native datepickers don’t really work and the fallback option didn’t always work.
Now the fallback date picker is the default one and it’s working everywhere. Huzzah!
Changes for 4.11.1
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- [fix] Date pickers not setting the right dates for some users
- [fix] Editing schedules now sets right date format in all browsers
- [new] More attractive theme for date pickers
A quick update introducing an all new datepicker that actually works. Or as far as I can see. Date formats are now correct in all browsers, too.
For expired licenses (All licenses starting with 101) the force deactivate option now works, too. This of-course applies to everyone who wants to renew their license and has to swap it out at some point.
Don’t forget to renew your license, if you take a look at your Dashboard > Settings > License, you’ll be offered a renewal fee at a discount.Read more »
This update fixes a bunch of things for PHP7 and newer. The dashboard has been redone in a few small areas making it more intuitive and attractive.
Next to that caching notifications have been redone. Some are removed, others rewritten. Turns out that not everyone wants to know if their adverts may be cached and not rotate…
A bigger issue, date pickers. Pretty much every modern browsers supports native date pickers these days. Even iOS Safari. But not desktop Safari. yay!
So to remedy this I’ve created a basic and functional datepicker for browsers that do not support it, which currently will be mostly Safari users.
Some older browsers will not support the native datepicker and they too should fall back on the one I’ve added now. But I have no browser to test this – Let me know if you run into trouble with datepickers.Read more »
A lot of small changes in this update, most notable I finally retired the old widget to make room for the newer and faster widgets. The old widget has been on the todo list to remove for some time with it’s description indicating it would happen soon.
Google Analytics has has a good look and a number of things have been fixed and improved in that area.
The old widget has been removed from the plugin. You should upgrade to/replace them with the new widgets which have been included about 2 years ago.
These “new” widgets support all new features, unlike the old one, and are much easier to use.Read more »
With the next update for AdRotate Pro I’ll be phasing out all legacy licenses. This means that if you want to continue to use AdRotate Pro after that and receive updates, premium support and access to AdRotate Geo you’re going to need a new license key.
Who will be affected
Without exception, all licenses starting with 101, those sold before January 2015, will no longer receive updates and support. And, later on, will be excluded from AdRotate Geo as well.
If you wish to continue to receive updates, support and have access to AdRotate Geo you need a new license after the next update of AdRotate Pro.Read more »