More space or smaller font for menu links
For those of you who have been kind enough to test, and have been running 2.4.1, please give the 2.4.2 (pre-release) branch a try: The class file is at https://github.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation/blob/2.4.2/class-tgm-plugin-activation.php .
If the early signs are it fixes the bulk installing for the majority of people, we’ll put this out later today or tomorrow as a tagged 2.4.2 final.
The changes, with whitespace changes ignored, can be found here: https://github.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation/compare/2.4.1...2.4.2?w=0
It removes the call to the deprecated screen_icon() function (Theme Check flags this), fixes a couple of bulk installer bugs (bulk installer class not found and the bulk installer issue with bundled plugins that emerged in 2.4.1), and also applies a fix for honouring the default path.Please leave any bug reports at https://github.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation/issues .
Works for me.
@senorthemes that’s old news.
Newest official update 2.5.0-alpha (4 hours ago) has this error again (at least on local host):
Fatal error: Call to undefined function TGM_Bulk_Installer_Skin()
before that it was working fine.
Can someone confirm if current official version 2.5.0-alpha working fine and is recommended for theme updates?
Just wanted to be a little bit helpful. In my case, it worked just fine with the version from the Dev branch. That is: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/thomasgriffin/TGM-Plugin-Activation/develop/class-tgm-plugin-activation.phpHave a great day! Paul
+1 this works for me too, both local host and server
Just tested the latest TGMPA and I have this error when doing a bulk install.
Fatal error: Call to undefined method WP_Upgrader::construct()Anyone else having the same issue?
Surprised but not in really pleasant way.
What is the trick? I even expected some kind of optical illusion like if you look long enough you’ll discover it is not even a face.
Typography, space, alignment (for headlines) not good, too much white space, empty space above footer, bad responsive version, inner pages too much simple… work more on details.
Problem is when I get notification on my phone for every support email, if I’m busy working on another project or if it is my “spare time” it distracts me.
Maybe it is better practice to answer support questions only in certain time during working hours?
Thanks for your answers. I’m always polite but you know… when question is really important I try to answer asap but for this kind of questions it is better to wait for some time before answer because they will probably find what they asked for in that time. Really don’t need to be expert to find files in folder. @purethemes texter seems useful I might try.