Hey again folks! As you may have seen, we recently overhauled our Eventbrite Tickets plugin to use the latest and greatest API offered from Eventbrite; as a result, a substantial amount of underlying architecture in the plugin changed when we shipped 3.9.3 at the end of April. After reports of some conflicts with earlier builds of PHP, the following day — May 1st — we pushed a small 3.9.4 release.
Today comes a more substantive build: Eventbrite Tickets 3.9.5, which addresses a handful of bugs related to the API switch that have been reported since the end of April. Specifically this release addresses the following:
- Improved the visibility of the Authorization URL information
- Fixed problems for imported events where the ticket Form would not display (hat tips to p88dadmin and Neil for reporting this in our forums!)
- Fixed instances where multiple prices were incorrectly displayed in the cost field
- Implemented better error handling of some exceptions
As always, if you have any questions or problems please let us know at the forums. We hope everyone is enjoying the updated API and look forward to sharing future development plans for this plugin shortly.