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TablePress 2.1.4

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9 months ago

TablePress 2.1.4 fixes a few bugs and brings some nice enhancements. For more information on changes and new features in TablePress 2.1, please see below.

  • A warning message that could show on some servers after importing files was fixed.
  • A PHP deprecation notice was fixed, for improved compatibility with current versions of PHP.
  • The “Row Filtering” module no longer returns wrong cache results when filtering from a URL parameter is used. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • Cleaned up, improved, and simplified code, for easier future maintenance, to follow WordPress Coding Standards, and to offer helpful inline documentation.
  • Several external code libraries and build tools have been updated to benefit from enhancements and bug fixes.

TablePress 2.1.3 contains these changes:

  • Pasting text into table cells via the right-click context menu on the “Edit” screen now works as expected.
  • The list of allowed CSS properties in “Custom CSS” has been extended to include new properties.
  • The Server-side Processing feature now shows a loading animation while data is retrieved from the server. (TablePress Max only.)
  • The TablePress REST API now only returns the “_links” field upon request, for improved performance. (TablePress Max only.)
  • The TablePress REST API now caches the generated JSON schema, for improved performance. (TablePress Max only.)
  • Cleaned up, improved, and simplified code, for easier future maintenance, to follow WordPress Coding Standards, and to offer helpful inline documentation.
  • Several external code libraries and build tools have been updated to benefit from enhancements and bug fixes.

TablePress 2.1.2 contains these changes:

  • The “Modules” screen now supports the Ctrl/Cmd + S keyboard shortcut for saving changes on the screen. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • Some erroneously removed CSS code for the TablePress admin screens was restored.
  • The TablePress REST API now properly returns the table ID as well. (TablePress Max only.)
  • Cleaned up, improved, and simplified code, for easier future maintenance, to follow WordPress Coding Standards, and to offer helpful inline documentation.
  • Several external code libraries and build tools have been updated to benefit from enhancements and bug fixes.

TablePress 2.1.1 contains these changes:

  • The “Plugin Options” screen now supports the Ctrl/Cmd + S keyboard shortcut for saving changes on the screen.
  • Keyboard shortcuts for moving cells no longer erroneously trigger when navigating inside an edited cell.
  • A few typos in translatable strings were corrected.
  • Some instances of invalid HTML code were fixed.
  • Cleaned up, improved, and simplified code, for easier future maintenance, to follow WordPress Coding Standards, and to offer helpful inline documentation.
  • Several external code libraries and build tools have been updated to benefit from enhancements and bug fixes.

TablePress 2.1 is a feature and enhancement update. Here are the highlights:

New features, enhancements, and bug fixes

  • Full compatibility with WordPress 6.2.
  • On the “Edit” screen, you can now set the desired default cell size via the “Screen Options” tab, for maximum flexibility when editing large tables.
  • The table editor’s context menu now also works when editing a cell.
  • The table editor’s context menu and keyboard shortcuts now allow inserting images and links at the current cursor position and as well as turning existing text into a link.
  • On the “Edit” screen, potential confusion is reduced by adjusting how individual sections can be collapsed.
  • Tables that use scrolling are less likely to have misplaced header cells.
  • The “Export” screen now has a button to quickly reverse a long list of tables, which can save time if you want to export a table from the end of the list.
  • The “Last Editor” of a table is again determined correctly.
  • More detailed error messages are shown on the “Edit” and “Import” screens.
  • A few styling glitches on the different TablePress admin screens have been fixed.
  • The “Edit” screen shows other available features, to make users aware of them. (TablePress Free only.)
  • The “Fixed Header” module now works more reliably with themes that use floating elements as well. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • The “Alphabet Filtering” module has more options, like choosing a filtering column and alphabet, and is more robust on small screens. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • The “Automatic Filtering” module also allows using commas in filter values now. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • The “Column Filter Dropdowns” module now only disables selections if none can be made. (TablePress Pro and Max only.)
  • The “REST API” module now allows public and unauthenticaed requests, if desired. (TablePress Max only.)
  • The “Server-side Processing” module is more robust when dealing with large tables that use many settings. (TablePress Max only.)
  • Cleaned up, improved, and simplified code, for easier future maintenance, to follow WordPress Coding Standards, and to offer helpful inline documentation.
  • Several external code libraries and build tools have been updated to benefit from enhancements and bug fixes.

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For more information please see the announcement at https://tablepress.org/release-announcement-tablepress-2-1/.

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