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Toolset Types 3.4.11
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  • When editing connected posts in the Related Content metabox via Quick Edit, the notice about editing connected post’s fields now becomes much less aggressive. Once dismissed permanently, the choice will be remembered for all custom post types and relationships on a per-user basis.
  • Improved color picker fields by having a preview of the selected color.
  • Better columns in admin listing pages for custom post types and custom taxonomies.
  • Addressed a usability issue with trashed posts in the Related Content metabox. Until now, a trashed parent post of a one-to-many relationship meant that when editing the child post, it is not being displayed in the GUI but it’s not possible to connect another post either. Now, we display trashed posts as well (with a clear distinction), so that it’s possible to either restore or delete them.
  • Added the field description to the editor for post reference fields.
  • Fixed a rare issue where the “types” shortcode got broken if a custom code was applied to provide custom field options.
  • Fixed a minor compatibility issue with the PublishPress Revisions plugin that was producing a PHP warning on its main admin page.
  • Fixed the visibility of field groups based on taxonomy terms on old multilingual sites.
  • Fixed an issue where display conditions for custom fields were sometimes conflicting with display conditions on custom fields of related posts on the Edit Post page.
  • Removed a meaningless placeholder from the Toolset Dashboard table that becomes visible if Views or Blocks is not active.
  • Fixed a rare issue where the user’s locale was forced to the current language while using the WPML Translation Editor with Types active.
  • Fixed disabling custom field groups and then switching the fields tabs to another domain.
  • Fixed broken Screen Options on the Toolset Settings page, where the Items per page setting wasn’t being saved.
  • Fixed search on the Custom Code tab of Toolset Settings.
  • Fixed an issue that made it possible to edit values of a repeatable custom field that is set to be copied from the original post when editing translatable content.
  • Fixed an issue that made it impossible to save an empty value to a field with a defined default value. Until now, even if the user deliberately clears the field and saves it, it was being reset to the default value. From now on, the default value will be applied only for a new element (post, term, user).
  • Fixed some glitches in the Toolset Dashboard when the site has disabled post types.
  • Improved the New Relationship wizard by blocking it when trying to use a relationship slug that’s already in use.

Download and Update

You can get this release directly to the WordPress admin or download and install manually. To receive automatic updates, you need to register the Toolset plugins on your site. Then, visit the Plugins or Updates admin pages. To download manually, visit your Toolset Account and go to Downloads. Follow the installation and upgrade instructions for complete details.

When you update the Toolset plugins, be sure to update together all the components that you are using. Don’t use a mixture of new and older versions.

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