Advanced Custom Fields version 6.1.5 is now available.
This release contains lots of enhancements and bug fixes for the recent 6.1 release.
👨💻 Please find the release notes below. And for the latest ACF news, follow us on Twitter @wp_acf.
Enhancement – Creating a new field group from the post-save actions for a post type or taxonomy will automatically populate the field group title
Enhancement – Empty values in list tables now display as a dash, rather than blank
Enhancement – The Generate PHP export tool for field groups now displays the code wrapped in the acf/include_fields action hook to match the recommended way of using acf_add_local_field_group, and the code is formatted correctly
Enhancement – Post count and Term count values in list tables now link through to the matching posts or terms
Enhancement – Added post-save actions to post type and taxonomies to create another
Enhancement – Selecting existing taxonomies when registering a Custom Post Type is now available in the Basic settings section rather than Advanced
Fix – Exclude From Search setting for custom post types now behaves correctly
Fix – Duplicating fields with sub fields no longer results in JS errors
Fix – Select2 field settings now render correctly when duplicating fields
Fix – Checkbox fields allowing custom values which use integer keys can now be updated over the REST API
Fix – Using the No Permalink rewrite setting for post type will no longer generate PHP warnings
Fix – The minimum rows not met validation message for the Repeater field type now correctly states the minimum rows are not met
Fix – The Range field type no longer cuts off three digit values
Fix – Created on and Delete Field Group now correctly only appear on the Group Settings tab of a field group
Fix – Padding for field settings tabs is now correct
i18n – Updated all PRO translation files, removing legacy free strings which are now handled through translate.wordpress.org
i18n – Updated PRO translations with the latest contributions from GitHub (Thanks to @MilenDalchev, @Xilonz and @wiliamjk)
🙌 Thanks to everyone who helped make this release possible.
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