Sadly it looks like I’ll be using the WP3-Invoice plugin for a while until the truncated characters and other issues with WP-Invoice gets addressed.. I’ve tried to see if the issue was someplace obvious in the code and I’d hack it out myself, but it’s not obvious at all why this works in such a non-standard means.. (Custom post types should not have LIMITS on the post_content like this plugin does)
It’s too bad I paid for the quotation module before I knew the forced character limit was an issue.. Hopefully eventually I’ll be able to use this plugin. It has potential.. However, right now the cons really outweigh the pros for me spending anymore time trying to make this plugin work for me.
Despite several shortcomings which I and other have posted about, this plugin may indeed suit sites that write small quotes, don’t care that PayPal IPN doesn’t work the way it SHOULD work, and doesn’t care that proper invoicing terminology isn’t being used in a few places in this plugin (Payments should be labeled payments NOT adjustments).
For my needs, this still doesn’t seem quite ready for prime time usage for my needs.. I’ll continue to monitor the development progress, but I really can’t use this right now.. I can get over the other issues, but the truncated quotes is a deal breaker for me.. Because of the character limitation, the invoice/quotes WP-Invoice creates ARE somewhat useless for designers and others who need to write DETAILED quotes/invoices.. **sigh**
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