Friday, we released Matador Jobs 3.5.2, a second patch release to the 3.5.x version of Matador that addresses a few issues found since 3.5.0’s or 3.5.1’s release.
- We fixed an issue where an invalid email address submitted to the form would be properly rejected by Matador for security reasons but the user would not be notified.
- We fixed an issue where multiple “admin notices” would stack, causing an overwhelming list of notices when logging in.
- We fixed a bug where, during a specific combination of arguments, the Matador Jobs shortcode could fail due our handling of the many different ways the single shortcode is designed to work.
Other Notable Changes:
- We changed a behavior associated with how Matador notifies you of failed communications with Bullhorn. Previously, our intent was to have every communication failure present an “admin notice” to a logged in WordPress administrator. This meant a warning, “your Matador Jobs is disconnected from Bullhorn” would be displayed. This error persisted even after our build-in connection recovery tool successfully re-established connection. With this release, if the connection recovery tool recovers the connection, the admin notice will be removed.
- Fixed a spelling error in the default label for an uncommonly used application form field.