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Widget Area Custom Conditional Statement

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  • #9992
    Darryl Schmidt
    Participant

    Under Admin>Appearance>Widget Areas

    When the custom widget area is first created with a custom conditional statement, all works great.
    If I edit a custom widget area that uses a custom conditional statement, the custom conditional statement disappears.
    When I list all custom widget areas, all Assignments are shown, so what I’ve been doing is copying the Custom statement before I hit edit and paste it in before I save, but this isn’t optimal.

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  • #9996
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hey Darryl,

    Yeah, this is a bug currently present that is fixed for the next update. Sorry for that.

    Basically the current issue, that was fixed, is just that when you go to edit the Widget Area, the current custom conditional isn’t outputted in the form. So, when you save, it gets removed, as it is now blank.

    #9998
    Darryl Schmidt
    Participant

    Yeah, it doesn’t affect the end functionality…but you know… 🙂

    #10000
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Yeah, I completely understand. Total mistake on my part.

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