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This update adds an option so that you can choose whether the links generated in the blog posts metainfo point to the "(My) Blog Posts" section of the WPS Profile page, or to the default WPS Profile view. Until then, it was unilaterally forcing the display of the blog posts, now you can choose.
For multisite installations, I finally removed one of the hooks that can be used to customize the posts query, as I believe the second one was redundant with the first one. If you're not using WPMU and not using those hooks, just disregard. If you were using 'symposium_blogpost_query_others_hook', you should now use 'symposium_blogpost_query_hook', both should point to the same function anyway. If this raises an issue for you, feel free to contact me in private so that we can discuss it.
Last but not least, I'd like to stress that Simon's currently working on WP Symposium URLs (permalinks) : this will impact the links added by WPS Blog Post to posts metainfo, to the author's WPS profile page. Next update of the WPS Blog Post plugin is therefore planned as soon as the Profile section is addressed by Simon, at the latest.
That's all for now. Enjoy your WordPress blog and WP Symposium through WPS Blog Post,
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