Sometimes there is a request for a small modification or a tiny bug that needs to be fixed. To avoid that all users of WPPA+ get a message that there is a new version available while it may affect only one user, I upload the fix to the plugin repository without changing the revision number. Normally it takes 15 minutes for the WP Repository to create the new zip-file, in rare caes this takes hours or even a few days.
Then, I may ask you to re-install the plugin, so you get your fix. If I ask you so, do the fillowing:
1. Go to the Plugins admin page.
2. De-activate the plugin.
3. Delete the plugin.
4. Add new plugin, select wp-photo-album-plus.
5. Install and activate it.
If you check the Development log of the plugin, you can see brief descriptions of the fixes that are made recently.
When the fix you are waiting for is listed there, it is a proof that it has been uploaded, but that does not imply that the zip-file is already updated!
If you want to be sure you have the fix, check the header of wppa_functions.php. It may look like this:
* Pachkage: wp-photo-album-plus
* Various funcions and API modules
* Version 2.4.0
/* build 002:fixed filmstrip dimensions for thumbnail sizes other than 100
/* build 003:fixed height in autocolwidth when valign = fit, thumb topmargin fix when in autocolwidth
/* build 004:fixed an old bug that came back. Wrong thumbnailsize (wppa_get_minisize()).
/* build 005:fix in filter.php
/* build 006:fix for occurrencies
/* build 007:fix remove spinner entirely (wppa_slideshow.js)
/* build 008:fixed broken rss due to the use of a cdata block
$wppa_api_version = '2-4-0-008';
Here you can see at what fix release you are.
That’s all, you will be sure you have the newest version.