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  • Coen Jacobs 2:32 pm on April 10, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.7 fix release is now available 

    The WooCommerce 2.1.7 release is now available via WordPress.org or automatic update in your administration panel. This fix release is the result of the continued effort of our contributors who contribute code and others who have reported issues with the plugin. Thank you for helping out!

    All the changes are relatively small and can be found in the changelog. A total of 73 commits made it into this release, bundling them into one larger release makes it a decent fix release.

    (As always, the comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 2:58 pm on March 25, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.6 fix release is now available 

    The WooCommerce 2.1.6 release is now available via WordPress.org or automatic update in your administration panel. This fix release is the result of the continued effort of our contributors who contribute code and others who have reported issues with the plugin. Thank you for helping out!

    All the changes are relatively small and can be found in the changelog. A total of 91 commits made it into this release, bundling them into one larger release makes it a decent fix release.

    (As always, the comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 4:40 pm on March 6, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.5 fix release is now available 

    In the 2.1.4 version we introduced a bug that caused the prices of variations to be hidden when the manage stock field was left empty. Sorry about that. This and a couple other small bug fixes are now available in the WooCommerce 2.1.5 release, available via WordPress.org or automatic update in your administration panel.

    You can find the critical bug fix in the commit details, or the relevant issue on our tracker.

    Just 14 commits in total went in this release, which makes it a really small fix release, but as it solves a big bug we decided to push it out immediately. All the changes can be found in the changelog.

    (As always, the comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 12:37 pm on March 5, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.4 fix release is now available 

    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.

    (The comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests. Please use any of the appropriate platforms mentioned in this post.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 4:32 pm on February 27, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.3 fix release is now available 

    Please note that WooCommerce 2.1.4 is available already.

    We’ve been continuously improving the stability of the new WooCommerce 2.1 version since its release and have just made the WooCommerce 2.1.3 fix release available on WordPress.org. You can now also update directly from your WordPress dashboard.

    A total of 133 commits make this a fairly large fix release and introduces the following fixes (among others):

    • There was a bug in our queries that broke a lot of the searches for orders in the administration panel. Not only is this bug now fixed, but it will also improve the performance for those search queries.
    • The REST API has received a couple fixes. It has been used in a lot of different setups now and this fix release greatly increases stability.

    The other fixes in this release are fairly small, but have been put together in one larger fix release that should make the WooCommerce 2.1 branch as stable as possible right now. You can find the full changelog 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.

    (The comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests. Please use any of the appropriate platforms mentioned in this post.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 9:42 pm on February 13, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.2 fix release is now available 

    Please note that WooCommerce 2.1.3 is available already.

    We’ve been continuously improving the stability of the new WooCommerce 2.1 version since its release and have just made the WooCommerce 2.1.2 fix release available on WordPress.org. You can now also update directly from your WordPress dashboard.

    A total of 42 commits in the past day and half introduces the following fixes (among others):

    • Removed manual checks for AJAX requests, relying on DOING_AJAX constant now. This will solve the issues some people were having on MediaTemple hosting, where permission errors showed up randomly or administration panels and menus were not loading.
    • Update schemas before DBDELTA to fix mysql errors on update. This resolves database errors some users were experiencing during the update to WooCommerce 2.1.

    You can find the full changelog on WordPress.org.

    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.

    (The comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests. Please use any of the appropriate platforms mentioned in this post.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 4:12 pm on February 12, 2014 Permalink
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    WooCommerce 2.1.1 fix release is now available 

    Please note that WooCommerce 2.1.2 is available already.

    In the past 48 hours, we’ve smashed a total of 57 commits in the now available WooCommerce 2.1.1 fix release. The new version is now available and can be downloaded from the WordPress.org repository, or updated via the automatic updates in your WordPress install.

    Among other fixes, this release includes:

    • All endpoints, shop pages, category pages and other pages resulting in 404 errors after the 2.1 update will now have their permalinks flushed correctly. This solves all the issues with pages not loading.
    • Fixed all language country codes to reflect WordPress standards, so all translations will work again.
    • Fixed issues where stock status wasn’t properly set so new products didn’t show on archive pages.
    • Fixed when add_to_cart is called, ensure the correct product_id is set for variations.

    The full changelog can be found on WordPress.org.

    Showing outdated bundled templates files in themes

    We have also introduce a notice that will show in your administration panel when your theme is bundling outdated WooCommerce template files. This problem causes a lot of trouble for webshops using third party themes. This list of outdated template files will enable you to quickly find the template files that might cause issues and give you a clear list to communicate to the developer of your theme.

    Report any issues found

    This fix release solves the most important and annoying issues for our users and makes it easier to detect outdated templates in themes. 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.

    (The comments on this post are closed because this is not the right platform for support requests. Please use any of the appropriate platforms mentioned in this post.)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 11:08 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink
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    Solving common issues after updating to WooCommerce 2.1 

    IMPORTANT: WooCommerce 2.1.3 is now available and fixes a large part of these common issues already. Please make sure you test with this new version before reporting any issues.

    This post will be updated as we find new issues. There are not many issues with WooCommerce 2.1 that are caused by the core package, most of the issues are caused by out of date template files bundled with themes. Index of the common issues described in this post:

    Finally, there are some helpful resources at the bottom of this document, that will guide you through some of the more complicated parts of getting all these issues resolved.

    Comments on this post are disabled on purpose, as this is not the right channel to discuss these issues. This is not a support channel. You can post this kind of questions in our public support forum, or in case you are a WooThemes customer via our support portal. (More …)

     
  • Coen Jacobs 2:52 pm on February 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    WooCommerce 2.1 is live! 

    We have just tagged the final WooCommerce 2.1 release on GitHub, made it available on WordPress.org and announced it on our woothemes.com blog. WooCommerce 2.1 is live!

    I’d like to thank all our contributors, translators and bug reporters. We really appreciate all your help and couldn’t have done these awesome releases without you guys.

    This release ends the 2.1 development cycle and we’re in the grace period before WooCommerce 2.2 development officially starts. We did setup the maintenance branch for 2.1.x fix releases already and also made the master branch the development branch for 2.2. We’ll be closely monitoring any possible issues and fix them on the maintenance branch as soon as possible.

    WooCommerce 2.2 development officially starts in March, so we’ll be focussing on fixes only for a couple weeks. There are a lot of issues already assigned to the 2.2 milestone, so there is plenty to work on should you want to contribute to this new release. :)

     
    • Niklas Högefjord 3:29 pm on February 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Great work guys! Beer time :)

    • Jonas Gold 7:05 pm on February 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      You guys rock! Great Work! :D

    • Wim Hoogland 7:12 pm on February 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Geweldig. Werkt de taalplugin nl ook met 2.1 of komt een passende binnenkort?

    • Brent Shepherd 9:25 pm on February 10, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Congrats everyone on a great release!

    • Max Rice 2:10 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      congrats all! time to celebrate :)

    • Bart Pluijms 7:23 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Great Job! I’m loving it!

    • Peter 7:50 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Great release! The REST API really opens up a lot of possibilities for simple integration without out the need of installing plugins for everything. Writes in the API is on the roadmap for 2.2 right?

    • rob 9:56 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Just updated and the export function (reports) doesn’t work for me? Does this require an additional plugin?

    • Emyr 10:48 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Congrats to all involved. WooCommerce is maturing rapidly as a very robust eCommerce platform. Looking forward to future developments with the API – this is a game changer!

    • Danny McGlashing 9:03 pm on February 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      After the 2.1 update, (with all plugins disabled) none of my products are showing, just 404 pages. The Woocommerce > Settings > Pages tab is gone. The shortcodes:

      [woocommerce_pay] – shows the checkout pay page
      [woocommerce_thankyou] – shows the order received page
      [woocommerce_edit_address] – shows the user account edit address page
      [woocommerce_view_order] – shows the user account view order page
      [woocommerce_change_password] – shows the change password page
      [woocommerce_lost_password] – shows the lost password page

      aren’t working and the pages these shortcodes were on have vanished.

      Danny

      • Coen Jacobs 10:38 am on February 12, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Like I said before, this is not the place for support. Use any of the provided channels.

  • Coen Jacobs 1:35 pm on February 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply
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    WooCommerce 2.1 to be released Monday 10th of February 

    We have just tagged the second release candidate of WooCommerce 2.1. This marks the final stage of the new version and we’re certain it’s as stable as it gets. Just to make sure we haven’t missed anything, we’re going to leave it for everybody to test during the weekend and release the final right after.

    Yes, you read that right! The final release of WooCommerce 2.1 is going to be available within 72 hours from now. If we don’t find any show stopping bugs in the next few days, the final will be tagged and made available on WordPress.org around noon UTC on Monday.

    If you want to help testing in these final hours, pick up a copy of the code and open an issue if you find anything out of the ordinary. Please always be as detailed as possible about version numbers, steps to reproduce and other information that helps in getting an issue solved as quick as possible. You can also still contribute translations, through our Transifex project, to be included in the final release.

    Note for developers: I hope this applies to nobody, but if your plugin or theme relying on WooCommerce is still not made compatible with WooCommerce 2.1, this is the last weekend you can do something about it. Read our beta 1 announcement for all the details that you probably want to check.

    Have a great weekend, prepare for an exciting Monday! :)

     
    • Daniel Espinoza 3:54 pm on February 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      PRESS ALL THE UPDATE BUTTONS!!!

    • Samuel Aguilera 9:47 pm on February 7, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Great news indeed! :)

      By the way, the list of cities/states/countries names is getting very huge, maybe would be a nice move to split translation of these strings to a standalone .po file like WordPress core did a while ago. This would reduce translation files size and memory usage (the same reason because WordPress did it).

    • pablishe 1:55 pm on February 8, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I am using wordpress 3.8.1 and i resolved a problem with new order emial notifivatiosn. Please take a lookhttp://wordpress.org/support/topic/problem-solved-woocommerce-new-order-email-not-sending?replies=1#post-5208494

      I woudl like that this fix be included in the new version. Thanks

    • Janek 9:07 am on February 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      It seems to me that WC 2.1 has a problem with some permalinks. At the moment i use WC 2.1RC with Twenty Twelve theme and somehow permalinks on My Account page for View order, Change password and Edit Address not working. I set up pages for them but they are not showing up.

      Either the “404 error” is shown or i can see only website with shortcode. I tested it on two sites and same problem on both on them. Switched back to WC 2.0.20 and everything is working fine.

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