We’re still improving the stability of the new WooCommerce 2.1 version since its release and as a result of that, we’ve just made the WooCommerce 2.1.4 fix release available on WordPress.org. You can now also update directly from your WordPress dashboard.
A relatively small set of 44 commits introduces the following fixes (among others):
- We’ve fixed the display of nested categories in the Product Categories widget properly this time, after failed previous attempts. The “Only show children for the current category” option now works as expected.
- The loading of the translation files has been reversed after experimenting with this change in past releases. Read the full scope of this change in issue #5092. We’ve also reversed the loading of bundled translation files and the ones users can use to override (commit details).
- The bug where the horizontal axis of some reporting graphs didn’t work as expected is now fixed. This only happened with large date differences, where we found the limits of integers.
This fix release will make the WooCommerce 2.1 branch as stable as possible right now and we’re all set to start making scope decisions on what we’re going to do in WooCommerce 2.2.
You can find the full changelog of this release on WordPress.org and review all the changes on GitHub.
Report any issues found
In case you find new issues, please let us know via the GitHub repository issues if it’s a core issue, or make a new support topic on the WordPress.org support forums.
Our list of common issues after updating to WooCommerce 2.1 will still be actively maintained, so please keep an eye on announcements there and via our @DevelopWC Twitter account in case you are still waiting for an issue to be resolved. Thanks for your continued patience.
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