I’m not sure if this is still being worked on, but here it goes.
I’m enjoying the plug-in, but the issue I’m running into is that it’s giving a bunch of non-content, post-publication revisions at the bottom of the posts. When clicked on, the message is “There are no differences between the 1 May, 2012 @ 21:58 revision and the current revision. (Maybe only post meta information was changed.)”
Is there a way to filter these out? I want people to see what changes there were to the text, but having these in there clutters up the page.
If not, is there a way to identify and delete these revisions in the Admin panel? I’ve seen plugins that will delete revisions, but they seem to be an all or nothing deal. Is there anything you can recommend?
Bit of an update and some more details: it almost looks like it’s putting it allrevisions in, not just revisions that occurred after the post was “Published”. After entering in the post in the Edit Post and without changing text, it added the autosave at the top of the revision list.
Is there a way to exclude Autosaves?
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