This plugin re-uses the same method names from the original plugin, and thus causes errors when attempting to have both of them activated:
Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. Fatal error: Cannot redeclare widget_logic_expand_control() (previously declared in <path removed>\wp-content\plugins\widget-logic\widget_logic.php:33) in <path removed>\wp-content\plugins\widget-logic-visual\widget_logic.php on line 93
Plus several other function name conflicts. Of course, that can be gotten around by simply having only one or the other activated, or renaming all the functions, but ideally it would be nice to be able to specify the conditionals both visually and by code in just one plugin.
The visual method is very handy, but it also is restrictive in that you can’t manually specify conditionals. So I’d like to request that as a feature — having the option to specify either way. The plugin could then combine the visually-defined conditionals and the manually-code-defined ones.
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