Support » Plugin: OneSignal - Web Push Notifications » Version 1.16.15 Issues (Link with 1.16.14 Download)

  • Resolved rgomezp

    (@rgomezp)


    Hello,
    We have become aware of issues people are having with the latest release. With multiple versions of WordPress (4,5) and plugins such as Yoast conflicting with ours, some people encounter issues whenever we make changes. Thank you for reporting the issues you are having and for your patience while we resolve.

    You can download the previous release here.

    Rodrigo from OneSignal

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  • The Yoast Conflict issues happen mainly with the Classic Editor, please fix it as soon as you can.

    There are too many errors with this new update. I’m now getting the error below with Gutenberg.

    OneSignal Push: there were no recipients. You either 1) have no subscribers yet or 2) you hit the rate-limit. Please try again in an hour

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 1 week ago by maxwell44.

    So what version should we re-install 1.16.14 or 1.16.13

    I updated yesterday to 1.16.14 and then got an email to revert back to 1.16.13

    So confused.

    Thanks,
    Robin

    I’m really angry.
    I use wppackagist and composer to install plugins. You cannot remove the versions as you like!
    Version 1.16.15 breaks the whole site. why every time you delete old versions? It does not make sense!

    I can confirm that with OnePush last update – if YOAST is installed – classic editors got problems.

    Switched back to OneSignal plugin ver. 1.16.14 everything works fine

    I have the same problem with Seo By Yoas if a desactivated onesignal plugin y html works in clasic editor and meta box of onesignal works… is a problem with onesignal please fix it.

    I had same issue with using classic editor and Yoast SEO v10 but switching back to OneSignal v1.16.4 made everything work fine again for me for now until a new version of the OneSignal plugin with the bug fixed comes out.

    @seanhelmes how were you able to easily downgrade to the previous version?

    I can confirm the conflict is definite.

    I first rolled back Yoast SEO to 9.7.0 from 10.0, thinking it was the problem for not displaying its panel in the editor.

    But then reading this thread, I rolled back OneSingnal back to the above version provided.

    And Yoast 10.0 works fine.

    So, yes the problem is OneSignal related.

    Thanks for the previous version as a work-around fix for now. But please fix this conflict with Yoast.

    Really need things to work as they have been.

    @maxwell44 just re-install and activate the older version of the OneSignal plugin (v1.16.14) which can be downloaded from https://github.com/OneSignal/OneSignal-WordPress-Plugin/archive/88efc88e83f023eb8cb4471f7eb68aeb9d2b61b8.zip and the issue will be resolved.

    Please someone should quickly explain how to roll back to the previous version without losing the onesignal settings @indyparker @seanhelmes

    @seanhelmes do I need to first delete the currently installed version entirely? will I lose the settings?

    @maxwell44 You won’t lose settings by rolling back the plugin/files. It won’t make any changes to the database where your settings are stored for the plugin.

    @maxwell44 just simply overwrite the onesignal plugin folder with the older version of the plugin.

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