@omar_almudaries Can you tell me more? What’s not working, or if you can provide a screenshot or two
Also, did you install from Chrome Webstore or from the old downloadable beta version? If you use the beta version, please uninstall it and use the webstore extension.
Note that you may try to rebuild the sales database: use the settings icon on the lower right corner, and choose Rebuild database. This may help if the data was corrupted
@SuggeElson Glad to hear it works thanks for your support! And thanks everyone for the feedback!
Just a quick reminder: the final extension is available on the Chrome Webstore here:https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/bkaipliggfhnndndlohjnfcblckmabmk
Well, I pushed an update with the bug fix yesterday, but it does not seem to have gone live… Weird. I just submitted it again, you browser should update automatically soon
I just found a bug when using the 6 months view, the extension goes into an infinite loop because of a specific date calculation case. I just published an update on the Webstore, your extension should update soon
Tell me if this does not help, or if you notice any issue!
Actually, the toolbar button has no action yet… Just go to your author statement page, you will see the sales report chart
I will add an action to this button in an incoming update, I just couldn’t find the time yet
@all Thanks for your feedback!
Hey! Sorry I did not reply to your previous messages, somehow I got unsubscribed from this thread…
The issue is fixed since last Sunday, it was indeed an issue with summer time change, which caused an infinite loop. If you still have the issue, remove and re-install the extension from the Chrome Webstore, and it should work fine.
I have little time to work on the extension right now, but it still take note of all your suggestions, keep them coming!
And thanks again to everyone for your great feedabck!
A simple trick I use it to set a negative margin on the parent element, the same size as the gutter. So in your case, you should set a margin-right of -20px to your UL (if it has no fixed width). Thus the right margin of the last element of each line will fit into this space.
As far as I tested this, it works fine in all major browsers, but there may be some cases where it doesn’t.
Hope this helps!
The toolbar button does nothing (yet), just go to your Statement page to see the dashboard