The highlight of v3.6.5 are the optimized marker and layer admin pages for mobile devices – please see below for more details.
For even more features and optimizations (see the comparision page), please use the integrated pro upgrader to start a free 30-day-trial of Leaflet Maps Marker Pro.
Pro v1.3 has also been released today with the following highlight:
Now let´s get to the highlight of v3.6.5:
The backend for creating maps was not optimized for mobile devices, which especially was a problem on devices with small viewports like iPhones:
Anyway this has changed now: when you add or edit a map with your mobile for example, you now see the map in full width – allowing you to do the same actions as on a desktop computer.
Thanks to many motivated contributors, free v3.6.5 comes with the following translation updates:
If you want to contribute to translations (Persian would be great 😉 ), please visit http://translate.mapsmarker.com/projects/lmm for more information. Please note that translators are also compensated for their contribution – for example if a translation is finished less than 50%, the translator gets a free 25 licenses pack worth €199 as a compensation for completing the translation to 100%.
Please see the roadmap for a rough schedule for planned features of the pro version and please subscribe to this blog (via RSS or Email) or follow @MapsMarker on twitter if you want to stay up to date with the latest development news.
|optimized marker and layer admin pages for mobile devices|
|removed workaround for former incompatibility with jetpack plugin (has been fixed with jetpack 2.2)|
|tabs from address now get removed on edits as this breakes GeoJSON/layer maps (thx Chris!)|
|save button in settings was not accessible with certain languages active (thx Herbert!)|
|htmlspecialchars in marker name (< > &) were not shown correctly on hover text (thx fredel+devEdge!)|
In case you want to help with translations, please visit the web-based translation plattform
|updated Chinese (zh_TW) translation thanks to jamesho Ho, http://outdooraccident.org|
|updated Czech translation thanks to Viktor Kleiner and Vlad Kuzba, http://kuzbici.eu|
|updated Dutch translation thanks to Patrick Ruers, http://www.stationskwartiersittard.nl|
|updated French translation thanks to Vincèn Pujol, http://www.skivr.com and Rodolphe Quiedeville, http://rodolphe.quiedeville.org, Fx Benard, http://wp-translator.com, cazal cédric, http://www.cedric-cazal.com and Fabian Hurelle, http://hurelle.fr|
|updated German translation|
|updated Indonesian translation thanks to Andy Aditya Sastrawikarta and Emir Hartato, http://whateverisaid.wordpress.com|
|updated Latvian translation thanks to Juris Orlovs, http://lbpa.lv and Eriks Remess http://geekli.st/Eriks|
|updated Polish translation thanks to Tomasz Rudnicki, http://www.kochambieszczady.pl|
|updated Romanian translation thanks to Arian, http://administrare-cantine.ro and Daniel Codrea, http://www.inadcod.com|
You can download the latest version here. The easiest way to update is to use the WordPress update process: login with an user who has admin privileges, navigate to Dashboard / Updates, select plugins to update and press the button “Update Plugins”. Alternatively you can also download the current version here, unzip the package and overwrite the plugin´s files on your webserver.