July 9, 2015 — By Dale Mugford
Today we released updates to WPtouch and WPtouch Pro that provide improvements to some of the functionality included in the 3.8 release.
WPtouch Pro’s desktop theme shortcode handler has been given improved support for sites that use a mix of theme and plugin shortcodes (in particular Royal Slider), as well as more robust handling of delayed shortcode registration.
We have received a fair bit of feedback since the release of 3.8 about the new system for preventing cache plugin conflicts. Following the successful completion of additional testing and compatibility validation, we are delighted to remove the requirement that WordFence’s Falcon cache engine be disabled on sites that wish to run WPtouch or WPtouch Pro in this release.
Our thanks to everyone who has reached out to us with comments and questions. We value every opportunity to hear your feedback.
Should you have difficulties with the cache plugin warning system, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org or (for Pro customers) by opening ticket on our support site.