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Comet Cache v160908-RC (Release Candidate) #828
General Availability Target Date: September 14, 2016
Reporting Issues / Feedback
Please report any issues or feedback related to this Release Candidate using this GitHub issue. Please post a comment below with details.
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Reported Issues to Fix
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Update on testing for Comet Cache v160908-RC
New Feature (Lite): The Clear Cache button is now available in the Admin Toolbar for the Lite version of Comet Cache. - Tested works as intended.
Bug Fix: In some scenarios Comet Cache might produce a false-positive "Warning: mkdir(): File exists" message when checking if the cache directory exists. - Did not encounter this issue
Bug Fix: Fixed a bug where upgrading from v160521 would result in the Client-Side Cache option being reset to the default (disabled). If you enabled the Client-Side Cache at some point, now is a good time to double-check that it's still enabled. - Tested client-side cache both options, to make sure option sticks and saves
Compatibility / Bug Fix: The automatic Clear Cache routines that cleared the entire cache automatically whenever WordPress Dashboard → Settings → General was updated, were being too aggressive and not taking into consideration other plugins that might also be using the same options-general.php URL. - Tested changing General Settings and changing settings from Autoptimize. Changing major Settings in the General tab cleared the cache. Changing settings in Autoptimize did not.
UI Enhancement: Adjusted option page font styles for WordPress v4.6 to better match existing style. - Nice font, goes with the default look of WordPress 4.6.1 Dashboard
ManageWP Compatibility (Pro): Comet Cache Pro is now compatible with ManageWP, a service that allows remote management of multiple WordPress sites. Comet Cache Pro Plugin Updates will now appear in the ManageWP dashboard and, assuming you have saved valid license credentials in Dashboard → Comet Cache Pro → Plugin Options → Update Credentials, you will be able to upgrade Comet Cache Pro remotely from the ManageWP Dashboard. - Signed up for free ManageWP account and was able to update. Noted inconsistent behavior in report here
Comet Cache v160917 has been released and includes changes from this GitHub Issue. See the v160917 announcement for further details.
This issue will now be locked to further updates. If you have something to add related to this GitHub Issue, please open a new GitHub Issue and reference this one (#828).