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Three New Releases Including GravityView 2.10.2!

Written by Casey Burridge

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Categories Advanced Filtering, Product Updates

March was a busy month at GravityView and things haven’t slowed down at all in April! In fact, this week we released updates to three of our plugins – GravityView Core, Advanced Filtering, and Inline Edit.

We’re committed to improving all of our plugins and providing a top-notch user experience to all of our customers. That’s why this latest release includes fixes for several important issues.

GravityView shortcodes now load normally inside Gutenberg “reusable blocks” and Inline editing now works with the Country/State/Province input of an Address field. 

If you want to see the full list of fixes, check out the changelog below.

Changelog

GravityView:

  • Fixed: Using the GravityView shortcode inside a “reusable block” in the WordPress Editor would prevent CSS and JavaScript from loading
  • Fixed: “Open in new tab/window” checkbox is missing from Link to Single Entry and Link to Edit Entry links
  • Fixed: Searching while on a paginated search result fails; it shows no entries because the page number isn’t removed
  • Fixed: Sorting by Entry ID resulted in a MySQL error

Advanced Filtering:

  • Fixed: Field Conditional Logic did not work with multiple-input field types (e.g. Address, Name, etc.)

Inline Edit for Gravity Forms:

  • Fixed: Editing the Country/State/Province input of an Address field did not work
  • Fixed: Fields that weren’t editable were removed from the View rather than being disabled
  • Fixed: Editing a Paragraph Text field did not respect the “allow HTML” View setting

Did you know that there’s no risk trying GravityView? If you don’t like it after 30 days, we’ll refund your full order. GravityView is the best way to display, import, export, and edit Gravity Forms entries so try it out today!