Breadcrumb NavXT Polylang Extensions 1.5.1

Announcing the immediate availability of Breadcrumb NavXT Polylang Extensions 1.5.1. In 1.5.0, a bug was introduced which caused the updater to believe the install was not up to date. Breadcrumb NavXT Polylang Extensions 1.5.1 fixes this issue.

Users with valid and activated license keys should receive an update notification within the WordPress dashboard and be able to use the update mechanism to update (just like with any plugin in the WordPress.org repository).

-John Havlik

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Alcatel LINKZONE 4824 and Linux

After almost 4 years of service, the time has come to replace my Netgear AirCard 340u. While it works great with my IdeaPad s405, it has problems with newer Intel systems (the AirCard falls into a cycle of infinite boot loops). Since I’m retiring the s405, it was time to find a new mobile data device. Unfortunately, the market for USB broadband modems has not advanced in the last 4 years (the AirCard 340u is still the most capable). So, I had to settle for a wireless hotspot.

The Alcatel LINKZONE 4824, at the time of writing this, is the latest wireless hotspot for T-Mobile USA. It supports 802.11b/g/n and emulates an Ethernet adapter over USB via RNDIS. On the data network side, it supports LET band 12 (T-Mobile USA’s 700MHz spectrum)—a significant advantage over the AirCard 340u in areas where band 12 has been deployed.

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Breadcrumb NavXT Multidimension Extensions 2.5.1

Announcing the immediate availability of Breadcrumb NavXT Multidimension Extensions 2.5.1. Two bugs were fixes in this version. One issue relating to the erroneous inclusion of a root breadcrumb for the page post type when calling bcn_display_list_multidim_children(). Additionally, a bug that caused the $force parameter to not work for both bcn_display_list_multidim_* functions (and throw a PHP error), has been fixed. Note that this also affected the widget’s “Ignore breadcrumb cache” option.

You can grab Breadcrumb NavXT Multidimension Extensions from the WordPress.org plugin repository.

-John Havlik

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