We’re constantly working to improve Gravity PDF to provide our users with the best experience. To that end, we’ve pushed out the Gravity PDF 6.0.2 point release which focuses on bug fixes.
In this update we removed code introduced in 6.0 that was suppose to act as a backwards compatibility layer by aliasing important vendor packages back to the original namespace. Feedback from users showed us this was causing more problems that it solved and so it was removed. A bad link to our documentation on the System Status page was also fixed.
This update is available via WordPress One-Click Updates, or the plugin can be downloaded from WordPress.org and installed manually via File Upload or FTP. If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out to our friendly support team.
We want to thank all the users for reporting these issues. It’s your direct feedback that makes Gravity PDF grow bigger and better.
- Fix up 404 link for Outdated Templates in System Status
- Revert vendor aliasing for mPDF and querypath (back to the original namespace) as it caused more problems than is solved. Developers see the v5 to v6 migration guide for additional info.