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Conflict with Formidable Forms (Pro?)

posted on the WP repository, as well: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/conflict-with-formidable-forms-pro-3/WP 6.3.2; UiPress lite 3.3.094; Formidable Forms (& Pro) 6.7Just ran into an issue where clicking “Use Template” on any template from the Formidable Forms template library is wiping the admin UI and returning the text of a data object instead of redirecting to the prepopulated form editor. The links from hovering the buttons look like: https://s3.amazonaws.com/fp.strategy11.com/form-templates/contact-us-form.xml?AWSAccessKeyId=<access-key>&Expires=<expiration>&Signature=<signed-id>Deactivating the UiPress admin template allows this functionality to work as expected. This also doesn’t affect creating a new blank form—it’s only happening when trying to call the data from that Formidable S3 URL while UiPress is active.Also, most importantly to narrowing down the source of the issue, the form is created from the template—the redirect is what’s broken. I’m still able to go back to the Formidable dashboard and see the newly created form in the forms list and open the editor from there. So this isn’t a Formidable problem. UiPress is treating the button like a simple link, perhaps interfering with the event listener being applied to it.Let me know if you need more info.

Jon Christoffersen About 2 months ago

🐛 Bug Reports

feature request

HelloFirst of all, thank you for building this wonderful theme. I came to know this software during admin 2020 with its wonderful theme layout. I think many people recognized him this way. Although uipress is more modern, it does not work as quality and healthy as admin 2020. It would be great to have an overview screen like the attached screenshot. Also, it would be great if the toolbar is dry by default, as in Admin2020. The templates you have prepared do not work properly with the theme and their mobile compatibility is not very good compared to older versions. I'm still using admin 2020. I'm sure many users, including me, will enjoy these features in uipress 3.King Regards thank you Mark

An Anonymous User 3 months ago

💡 Feature Request

WPCLI Support

Add the ability to register and activate the plugin for a site using wp-cli. The use-case for this is when we deploy sites automatically, copying from a template site into a customer production site.  That workflow tends to be done via command line and we use wp-cli to configure the new site.  But the missing link is the licensing – right now we would have to manually log into the site to register it and activate the license. Some plugins allow us to use our account user id and passwords so we can use on the wp-cli command line like this: wp ithemes-licensing activate ithemes-security-pro --ithemes-user=$solidwp_user_id --ithemes-pass=$solidwp_password In this example we activating a security plugin and passing in our account user id and password.  This registers the plugin and assigns a license key if necessary. A nice to have would be an import command – we can export a configuration file and then pass that file name or url into a wp-cli command to configure uipress.

An Anonymous User 3 months ago

💡 Feature Request