Breadcrumb NavXT 3.7.0 Preview

What will become Breadcrumb NavXT 3.7.0 has been released for translation to the translation team. With the upcoming holiday next week in the US, the official release is planned for Monday, November 29th. While the translators update their translations, there is plenty of time for interested users to try out the new version, play with the new features, and look for bugs.

There has been a ton of code change in regards to settings installs and upgrades. Support for multi sites has been added, and I definitely need feedback on the current implementation. Changes were made to how custom post types are supported, and a root page akin to the “page on front” and “posts page” settings in WordPress were added for each custom post type. Breadcrumb trails for attachments should display the full hierarchy once again. I accidentally broke that in the 3.6.0 release.

I will be performing several regression tests, on top of what has already been done, over the next week. Hopefully, this will be the smoothest release to date.

Grab the Breadcrumb NavXT SVN Trunk version to try out 3.7.0 before it is released.

-John Havlik

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2 thoughts on “Breadcrumb NavXT 3.7.0 Preview

    • You’re talking about this one, correct? I didn’t actually file it, meant to when I discovered the issue a few days back, but was trying to confirm it was an actual issue.

      It happens to cause me troubles on my testbed, and if it is not fixed for 3.1 I will not be moving to 3.1 :). Yes, it is a blocker for me, and if I was more familiar with the workings of the permalink code, I’d try fixing it, and may still end up trying to track down the problem more.

      -John Havlik

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