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  • Plugin Author Kevin Behrens

    (@kevinb)

    @mattstick I’ll look into this issue today. Can you confirm that you are running Revisions version 2.4.1 ?

    If you are running any custom field, page builder or front end editing plugins, please list them.

    mattstick

    (@mattstick)

    Sounds good, thanks @kevinb!

    Yeah, I’m running the latest version: https://prnt.sc/v39cwe

    In addition to the slug not remaining the same, I believe when I schedule a post update, the plugin removes the featured image of that post.

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by mattstick.
    Plugin Author Kevin Behrens

    (@kevinb)

    @mattstick Are you running any custom field, page builder or front end editing plugins?

    mattstick

    (@mattstick)

    Yep @kevinb. Here’s what I’m using:

    1. Elementor – Use it only for homepage.
    2. Code Snippet – Update date after post gets an update.
    3. Elements (from Generate Press) – Navigation search box and affiliate notice for all WP posts.

    Plugin Contributor publishpress

    (@publishpress)

    Thanks @mattstick

    Do you have a test site available? Can you disable these other plugins one-by-one to see if that solves the issue?

    Plugin Author Kevin Behrens

    (@kevinb)

    @mattstick We don’t support page builder plugins with the free plugin. With Revisions Pro, we haven’t formally established Elementor support, but a number of customers are using it successfully. If you want to subscribe, we can probably work out a solution.

    I only used Elementor on my Homepage — not my posts. And even then, my other site doesn’t have Elementor and the problem is still there.

    Do you think upgrading to Pro would solve this problem @kevinb?

    Plugin Contributor stevejburge

    (@stevejburge)

    Hi @mattstick

    The Pro version alone isn’t guaranteed to fix this, but the Pro support is faster and able to dig deeper into the technical side of problems like this.

    Plugin Author Kevin Behrens

    (@kevinb)

    For the record, we determined that the page slug was only modified in the Yoast metabox in “Edit Revision” view. The plugin has safeguards to prevent revision publication from changing the published page slug. It looks like those worked in this case too.

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