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  • Plugin Author Vasyl Martyniuk


    Hello my dear 🙂
    I guess as long as AAM will exist you’ll keep posting issues. Which is really fine. Because I do appreciate it a lot.
    Well, there were no reason to mark it as broken. In fact it is not. This is just a small CSS issue which will be fixed by the end of this week.


    Unfortunately the “small CSS issue” renders the plugin unusable as it doesn’t allow us to make the changes we need for our users.

    We continue to have unresolved problems with the plugin simply not working. We mark things as active for a user group, it doesn’t stick. In particular our biggest issue is we’re having an entire user base unable to save HTML in widget areas and this is happening on two completely separate platforms.

    In Vasyl’s defence, this really *is* just a CSS issue. It makes the text hard to read, but the text is there. The issue happens with all unchecked boxes, and if you want to check off a box, all you have to do is hover over the left/centre of the rectangular area denoting that capability (your cursor should show a ‘hand’ and not an ‘info’ icon) and click it to make it ‘checked’ (which you can also do just to make it easier to read and uncheck it again if you don’t want it actually checked).

    A fix ASAP is still appreciated, but the update actually fixed a different issue I was having (updating all users wasn’t updating individual users in that group), so while a little hard to read, I’m actually satisfied with the new update.

    Plugin Author Vasyl Martyniuk


    Hi artychan,
    Thanks for the info. It is way much helpful than marking it as broken or bad review (which definitely does not motivate anybody to make things better) :))
    The fix will come with next release on Sunday.


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