XenWord 3.0.3.02 is now available in the download area of the store. This release is marked alpha because it is feature incomplete. The release is installed on Tux Reports, and the front page shows off some of the new features.
This version has very important bug fixes and all sites should be upgraded if the site is using the comment system and post ratings.
Bug fixes include a fix to the post_id meta not being overwritten as well as the merge of older WordPress comments. A major change was done to the post ratings file, changing it to a class as well as fixing the use of thread_id meta in the post meta table.
Other changes were very minor and cosmetic.
( 106 ) Alpha Release 3.0.3.02 – March 31, 2016
Bug Fix: Post Ratings not showing on newer sites
Bug Fix: Display.php rewriting post_id meta
Bug Fix: Display.php added back merge
Added title tags in staff online, members online, a top posters widgets
Moved deprecated files
Please ask any questions regarding this release in the pre-sales forum.
Please make sure you aligned the IDs and user_ids for the administrator, editor, contributor accounts. The www settings for WordPress and XenForo must be the same (including capitalizations). Create WordPress Administrator, WordPress Contributor, etc usergroups in XenForo. Turn on advanced user mapping and map the secondary user groups properly.
Do NOT use FTP to upload this plugin. Please use the Add New plugin under the WordPress plugins area.
Please do not open a support ticket or send a private message. If you run into issues then please open a new thread in the support forums. It’s vital that you add as much information as possible to help figure out the issue.
New documentation for the latest alpha versions is slowly being uploaded. Video and screenshots may vary based on the release, therefore, feel free to post any suggestions and request clarification in the support forums.
I appreciate all of the feedback so that XenWord is improved.
XenWord is a simple, incrementally developed bridge between XenForo community forums and WordPress. Development began in the summer of 2013 with the initial release available in January 2014.