Added support for HTML text elements (such as bold or italic) in image captions within newsletters.
Some minor improvements to the newsletter editor UI.
Fixed a bug that occurred when unpublishing, then republishing, a newsletter that’s already been sent via Mailchimp.
Added the ability to insert inline prompts by specific block count, instead of a percentage of content.
Several bugfixes and performance improvements:
A bug when trying to set opacity of overlay prompts to 0%
A bug when calculating where inline prompts should appear around Group blocks containing a lot of content
A bug that would sometimes cause non-page custom post types to appear in the “Donation landing page” dropdown in the settings page
A bug that would cause “Uncategorized” to get assigned to prompts if they were assigned a category that was later deleted
A bug that would cause logged-in WooCommerce customers to be segmented as donors even if they hadn’t made any donations
Experimental header bidding: Added the ability to create multiple Google Ad Manager orders targeting various combinations of bidders
Improved front-end performance by limiting the amount of JS and CSS assets loaded by the plugin
Fixed a bug that would cause Curated Lists sorted by event date to show some events on the same day in the wrong order
Fixed a bug that would cause some front-end styles to not be applied correctly on sites using Pico
Fixed a bug that caused image credits to not appear with certain featured image layouts
Other minor bugfixes related to custom color options and blocks-based widgets
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