Gravity Forms Address Enhanced v1.18.0 has been released with a couple of bug fixes; support for districts of Chile and WooCommerce 6.0; and support for United Kingdom subdivisions.
Gravity Forms 2.5.12 made some minor changes to the optional checkbox for copying one address field’s values to another. This release fixes a bug related to that change.
Some plugins extend the standard format for field IDs, revealing a limitation in the logic for replacing subdivision text inputs with dropdown lists, fixed in this release.
Districts of Chile
Districts of Chile were added in a previous release, as not supported by WooCommerce. Next week, WooCommerce 6.0 will be released with support for Chile, so this release updates those districts with compatible subdivision codes.
Counties / subdivisions of the United Kingdom
This release brings optional support for counties and subdivisions of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. To enable support for the United Kingdom, you will first need to enable support for countries without WooCommerce support, then select a mode for UK support:
- use the ISO standard list of subdivisions
- use a list of common-use counties for England (and ISO standard subdivisions for Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland)
I blame the poor adoption of metric measures in England for this mess. But now you can build forms with UK subdivision support.
You can update to the latest version from your WordPress plugin admin page. Here’s the full changelog for Gravity Forms Address Enhanced.