Gravity Forms Address Enhanced v1.9.0 has been released. This release adds subdivisions of Benin, Chile, Egypt, Germany, South Korea, Zimbabwe; allows WooCommerce-unsupported countries; is Gravity Forms 2.5 compatible; and is WooCommerce 4.6 compatible.
WooCommerce 4.6 adds support for the departments of Benin (BJ) and governorates of Egypt (EG) in the checkout, so I’ve added them to this plugin to ensure compatibility.
This release adds regions of Chile, states of Germany, and provinces of South Korea and Zimbabwe. WooCommerce currently doesn’t support these in the checkout, and will probably never support states of Germany because they are not used in delivery addresses in that country. To prevent conflicts with WooCommerce and User Registration, these new countries must be enabled in the add-on settings.
When I get a moment, I’ll create some pull requests to get Chile, South Korea, and Zimbabwe added to WooCommerce. Until then, they’re available in this plugin if they are useful to you (e.g. for forms not used for adding / editing WooCommerce customers). But you must enable them in the add-on settings!
Gravity Forms 2.5
Gravity Forms 2.5 is coming, and it looks pretty good! This release adds support for Gravity Forms 2.5.
Default states/provinces label filter hook
If you need to change the default label for the states / provinces / regions subfield, there is a new filter hook for developers: gf_address_enhanced_label_subdivisions_default
You can update to the latest version from your WordPress plugin admin page. Here’s the full changelog for Gravity Forms Address Enhanced.