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Version 2.6.1 has just been released and is a recommended update for all active license holders. Full changelog:

2.6.1

  • [Fix] Fixed an issue where AND logic may not be enforced in some circumstances
  • [Fix] PDF metadata is now properly delted when Nuke on Delete is enabled
  • [Fix] Fixed an issue in the tokenizer that may have prevented tokens from being broken apart when HTML had no whitespace
  • [Fix] Fixed a potential issue with PDF content indexing
  • [Fix] Fixed an issue with the indexer not fully completing when only Media was enabled
  • [Fix] PHP Warning cleanup when no results were found after tokenizing
  • [Improvement] Improved performance when Media is given parent attribution
  • [Improvement] SearchWP will now internally short circut when an empty search is performed for the main query
  • [Improvement] Filtered post types are now given priority on the settings screen
  • [New] Added Dutch translation

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  • “SearchWP lets you easily configure a custom search engine placing more or less emphasis on whatever fields and post types that you want. Very clean interface. Super helpful plugin. Thanks!”

  • “Outstanding support. We were able to get really good tailored search results using SearchWP. Give it a go and if you get stuck, use the FAQs and support and you’ll be fine.”

  • “With SearchWP you can tweak your search results so you can better target the needs of your site visitors. You have the power to expand your search into custom fields, target specific areas of your site such as taxonomies, post types, and on and on.”

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