This version includes several fixes and new features.
Commas can now be used in check boxes, radio buttons, and select boxes. Because commas are used to separate data in these fields, if you want a comma in your text, just use two, and they will be replaced with one before the text is displayed.
An optional customizable timestamp has been added for those using the ’save to data file’ option.
A few changes have been made for character support, a bug has been fixed involving spaces in selrecip data, and new (improved) email validation code has been implemented (from http://code.google.com/p/php-email-address-validation/).
The WordPress plugin version also adds:
Form instances are now listed on the main admin page (DDFM-Main) with descriptions of each instance listed - so you can now keep track of where your instances are used, and quickly edit them. The code used to display all of the options pages has been updated as well, and there is improved support for multiple forms on a single page.