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Updates to SearchWP and SearchWP’s Shortcodes Extension are available now. There is a fix for a regression introduced in SearchWP 4.0.33 that has been moved to Shortcodes where the proper fix belongs. SearchWP changelog: [Fix] Fixes regression introduced by Shortcodes fix in 4.0.33 (proper fix in Shortcodes 1.8.2) [Update] Updated updater Shortcodes changelog: [Fix] Prevent […]

Version 4.0.33 of SearchWP is now available to all license holders. It is a bug fix and maintenance release that primarily resolves an issue with the indexer not progressing as expected in some cases, sometimes due to a parallel indexing process. Full changelog: [New] searchwp\swp_query\mods filter to add Mods to SWP_Query [Fix] PHP Warning introduced […]

SearchWP 4.0.32 has been made available for all active license holders. It is a bug fix and maintenance release and recommended update for everyone. Here’s the full changelog: [Fix] Duplicate indexer processes in some cases [Fix] Inaccurate batch size handling in some cases [Fix] Prevent redundant search suggestion output in some cases [Improvement] Post stati […]

SearchWP 4.0.31 is a bug fix release recommended for all active license holders. [Improvement] Adds NOT IN option to Media File Type Rule [Improvement] Debug HTML comment block output during Admin requests [Fix] Custom Attribute Options not returning proper Label after saving [Fix] Relocate searchwp\query\search_string hook to fire earlier [Fix] Issue when performing cross-site Multisite […]

[Fix] UI changes introduced by WordPres 5.5 [Fix] Global excerpt generation from search suggestions [Fix] Synonym migration from SearchWP 3.x

Version 4.0.29 of SearchWP is available to all active license holders. This is a maintenance and bug fix release that includes the following changes: [Fix] Token handling in some cases [Fix] Document content handling when using alternate indexer in some cases [Improvement] Tokenization of HTML in some cases [New] searchwp\entry\update_data\before action fired before Entry data […]

The release cycle since SearchWP 4 became publicly available has been quite busy. Things have slowed a bit over the past couple of weeks and will continue to do so as the dust settles. The response to SearchWP 4 has been fantastic, thank you for that! SearchWP 4.0.28 brings some small but important improvements regarding […]

[Fix] File Content meta box display in some cases [Fix] Entries not being reintroduced after failing when using alternate indexer [Fix] Display of Source Attribute Options when statically defined [Fix] UI display edge cases [Change] Token handling chunked in more cases so as to avoid issues when hosts limit query character length

[Fix] Handling of SWP_Query tax_query argument [New] Advanced setting checkbox to control whether stored document content is purged and re-indexed during index rebuilds [Update] Translation source

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