Fix 1.9.25.2 is coming within few days…

by admin, 2015/02/02

  I know, I know… we just released a fix just yesterday, but while issues keep coming, we have to deal with them. A proposed Second fix is due for Feb 6th. which will be 1.9.25.2 which it will be solving the following problems: Conflict with other plugins: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-go-back Breaking … Continue reading

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Eating your own dog food – Nextcellent 1.9.25.1 fixes

by admin, 2015/02/01

Eating your own dog food Although we tried to make Nextcellent bug free, this plugin is huge and a perfect example where we need to follow several steps to assure everything goes smoothly. One single misstep leads to defects and delivering an unintended buggy release. We are dealing with several … Continue reading

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A note about WordPress repository

by admin, 2015/02/01

(This note is subject to revision) I didn’t want to make another release just two days after 1.9.25.  After discussing it a bit, we decided to launch a fix, since the problem was too serious for a significant amount of users (me included :)  . The amount of work for … Continue reading

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1.9.25 delayed a day(s)

by admin, 2015/01/27

We found few issues which would affect current Nextcellent installations. I was able to get a runtime error on some tests, which is more than enough to stop engines, review the problem and start over. Sadly we have to delay the release a little, until we deal with the problem. … Continue reading

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Nextcellent 1.9.25 is coming…

by admin, 2015/01/25

After few months , a new version is coming to the light. Nextcellent addresses new improvements that everybody you should have to be aware. Who? This version was heavily improved thanks to two contributors: Frank P. Walentynowicz  addressed fixes with nggtags shortcode and and fixing problems with image manipulation Saying … Continue reading

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