Removed console logging from flir.js, flirmin.js, flirlite.js, flirlitemin.js
Was causing errors in IE and unnecessary logging in Firefox.
Recompressed flirmin.js, flirlitemin.js using YUI and Packer for even smaller minification.
Minor interface updates
Quick links in plugins list
Added additional support and FAQ links to admin panel
Readme and faq update
You must have the wp_footer() call in your template for FLIR to work - see /wp-content/theme/default/footer.php for example.
Updated Facelift to version 2.0b3.
Various improvments to rendering and speed
Using minified version of FLIR for improved load times
Additional features (not all are implement with FLIR for WordPress)
Bug fixes from previous versions
Added one additional setting - Single Cache Directory option
Updated admin panel to hide help text and provide icon to toggle
Updated Facelift to version 1.2.2.
Corrects security vulnerability with Facelift
Minor adjustments to work with WordPress 2.8.
Minor changes to jQuery method to ensure compatibility with jQuery 1.3.2.
Fixed bug in disable for IE 6 that was also disabling for IE 7 (Thanks Zack for pointing out my stupid error)
Change some text in the admin panel to clarify a few items.
Set the tags used by the Automatic method to follow the element types as defined in the configuration
Hide Elements to Replace section when using Automatic method as Elements to Replace is not used in that case.
Add checkbox to disable FLIR for IE6 or lower users to avoid rendering issues that sometimes occur.
Fix the global Use FancyFonts not showing it’s activated.
Other minor interface fixes for WordPress 2.7
Changed internal selection methods to increase speed and reduce memory usage.
Updated Facelift to 1.2 release
Basic Callback Functions
Better error handling
Bug in generateURL causing HTML not to be sanitized
Added functionality/bug fixes for “wrap” mode. Better line-height support.
Rewrote element replacement algorithm. You no longer need to encapsulate plain text in span elements to have it replaced. The new algo is recursive so it can replace any number of child elements. You could even run it on document.body if you wanted to!
Added flir-image and flir-span classnames to the elements flir creates
querySelectorAll support for the browsers that support it (Safari, FF3.1 alpha)
Font size modifier for cSize in FLIRStyle. You can now specify a font size calculation to be applied against the CSS font size. For example, if you want the generated image to have a font size that is 140% the one you specified in your CSS you could do cSize:’*1.4'. All font sizes will then be multipled by 1.4.
FLIRStyle.buildURL no longer requires an HTML object to be passed
JPG and GIF support! Set the “output” option in FLIRStyle. The default output option is auto. Auto will cause the generated image to be a transparent png if the element doesn’t have a background color set. Otherwise it will use GIF.