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  • Forum: Plugins
    In reply to: [Antispam Bee] Language
    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    It looks like you are using a plugin called “Easy Updates Manager”. This plugin probably sents out this email. In the email it informs you, that the German translation (de_DE) was updated, but not the plugin itself.

    The text between “<Folgende Übersetzungen …” and “… erfolgreich aktualisiert.>” look exactly like the text you would see if you hit the “Update translations” button on the “/wp-admin/update-core.php” page in the backend.

    I’d assume that the text you see here is in the site language of the WordPress website. If this site is set to German, that’s why you see the update progress text in German.

    So this has nothing to do with Antispam Bee and will most probably be the same with the update of a translation of any other plugin on that site. The issue can only be fixed in the “Easy Updates Manager” plugin.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi Matt,

    that’s exactly the feature I’m currently working at. I already finished the part getting the folder names and IDs from the Mailchimp API. Now I “only” have to implement the block setting with a dropdown to select those folders. But this is still the hard part for me as I still haven’t completely learned how to load dynamic data into blocks/React. I have the custom REST endpoint bug still need some lines of JS code to make them work 🙂

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi Matt,

    I’ve just released a new version. You can now use the filter cabfm_campaigns_query_args to add arguments to the Mailchimp API call and cabfm_campaigns_markup to modify the rendered markup.

    You could use the “folder_id” field to filter for the “campaign folder”: https://mailchimp.com/developer/marketing/api/campaigns/list-campaigns/

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi Matt,

    thanks for reaching out. I was also confused in the beginning on how this works with Mailchimp. In their terminology, a “campaign” if a single sent “newsletter email”. Those can be grouped in “campaign folder”. In the single campaign you will find a “folder_id” which you could use to filter the campaigns.

    I’ve added a filter to make this possible, but I just realized that I used the wrong name there. Before you use it, please give me some time tomorrow to fix the name.

    Filtering campaigns by folder and by date is something I wanted to add to a future version of the plugin, but for the first release this was a bit too complex.

    For your use-case, would it help you to have a filter to alter the campaign before they go into the foreach loop?

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    OK, I can see your workflow now. So as of the current state of the plugin, I don’t see a solution work to your needs. I would probably use the workflow to just use a single upload field, ask your team to ZIP all files (which should be quite easy with any operating system) and then send a notification email with the URL. This URL can also be linked when the merge tag is used in an anchor tag as well, like this (in text mode):

    <a href="{Single File:3}">{Single File:3}</a>

    If by any chance we get your requested feature in one of your future versions, I’ll let you know.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi Daryl,

    can you elaborate a bit on your workflow? Are you using a GF form to send files to clients to they can review them? If so, do you upload individual files using multiple upload fields or a multiupload field?

    If this is the case, could you ZIP the files on your end and then upload only this one file and sending the link to this one file using a merge tag?

    There is also always the possibility to adjust the capability checks using filters, but it would still have the securty issue of enabling anyone to bulk download any files.

    But your request gave me an idea on how we could have something like this in a future release, we just have to make sure it would be as secure as possible.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi Daryl,

    when we’ve implemented the plugin, we wanted to make it as secure as possible. As usually, only users with the capability to view Gravity Forms entries can view or download files, we have set this as the requirement for downloading files.

    I couldn’t think of a way to allow downloading all files for an entry without breaking this important security measure. As the downloads could have sensitive personal data and anyone with the link would otherwise with the link could download all files. And given the fact that the bulk download link contains the gf_form_id and gf_entry_id as plain integer numbers, anyone would be able to download files for any entry.

    I would suggest to just attach the files to the notification you send to the clients. Alternatively, you can add the links to the individual files using the “merge tags” of the file upload fields. This would not allow a “bulk download” but the client could still review all the files – even in the browser without the need of a download, if the file type can be opened in a browser tab.

    Would any of this solutions work for your usecase?

    Bernhard

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi @redbackteam,

    we have found a solution to protect the bulk download link without using a nonce and now you should be able to send more than one notification and still download the files. You still have to be logged in and have the capability to view a GF entry.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hello @barroso,

    the plugin checks the titles “per post type” by default. So if both items are a WooCommerce product, the plugin should alert you, if the title already exists.

    P.S. The plugin does not check the permalink, but it should also be impossible to have the same permalink for two different items.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hello @alenguav,

    the dashboard widgets shows the number of spam comments Antispam Bee has catched each day. Every time a spam comment is identified and marked, a counter is being incremented for that day. The graphs shows these counts per day.

    You can deactivate the counting and this dashboard widget in the Antispam Bee settings, just deactivate these two options:

    – Generate statistics as a dashboard widget
    – Spam counter on the dashboard

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Sure, you can use this filter too create whatever folder/file names you want. Whatever the filter returns as a string will be used for the folder/file name for the entry. If you don’t want to use folders for the entries but file names with two form field values, this might work for you:

    $fieldname1 = rgar( $entry, 1 );
    $fieldname2 = rgar( $entry, 2 );
    
    return $fieldname1 . '_' . $fieldname2;

    And if you find our plugin useful, feel free to leave a review 😉

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Bernhard Kau.
    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Bernhard Kau.
    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi @jassimp,

    the plugin offer a filter bdfgf_entry_filename you can use to customize the filename for each entry in the ZIP file.

    You can find an example of an implementation of this filter in the FAQ section of the plugins which uses an entry field (in the example the field with ID 4, an email field) for the folder name: https://gist.github.com/vcat-support/b1716d96e131535917b2be368a8fd935

    I hope this is what you are looking for.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    The plugin does work with the block editor in the latest version of WordPress. I’m currently working on a backport for versions of the block editor in WP 5.7 and lower, but with 5.8 and above it should work.

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    With version 1.6.0 it should work again with Gutenberg (tested in WordPress 5.9).

    Plugin Author Bernhard Kau

    (@kau-boy)

    Hi @kbbkk,

    it used to work with Gutenberg as well. I haven’t checked it with the latest version of WordPress/Gutenberg, but I will do Sunday evening.

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