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AdRotate Pro 4.13.2 – Fixes and things…

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.

AdRotate Geo and Updates

As announced AdRotate Geo no longer works as of API v4. Which all current versions look at. Version v3 is still online but as use diminishes will be shut down in a few weeks or months.

Updates are provided to users with licenses starting with 102 or higher. That includes everyone who bought their license AFTER December 2014. All older licenses will no longer receive updates. Your license will remain active and you will still have access to your download. Just not the latest version. If you want future updates, get a renewal license. More on that here – Phasing out legacy licenses.

Changes

  • [rollback] Post Injection to previous version
  • [fix] Advert widget looking for a network variable
  • [fix] Group widget looking for a network variable
  • [fix] Shortcodes for W3 Total Cache not reliable for some users
  • [fix] Legacy licenses not able to activate or de-activate

What’s that smell

Recently while exploring the area of the city a little bit we found some new backroads. Nice… Or so we thought. At the end of one, which just connected to a new road we found this.

Phasing out legacy licenses

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.

Long overdue

The first of these licenses was sold way way back in 2012. The last one was sold in December 2014. In January-February of 2015 the current series was introduced.

The older licenses are imported from the old adrotateplugin.com website. Which hasn’t been online for years. The original idea was to introduce a new series of licenses every year or so. But that didn’t happen. Plans changed and I kept postponing any phasing out of any license.
The 101 licenses are well overdue for renewals. It’s time to make room for more modern systems and APIs. Time to move on.

What’s next

In the next update, which will be ready in a few weeks, users of these licenses will no longer receive updates for versions after that. You will be offered a upgrade path with a fair renewal fee. This will get you a new modern license in the new system.
This new license will give you access to updates, support and AdRotate Geo.

If you have any questions or concerns about this move, feel free to comment below or email me directly via the contact form.