It looks like there has been an update to the LicenseManager.php file, but the line numbers are still close.
To be sure, I modified all the “false;” to “true;” in lines 123 to 141 in ALL of the plugins and themes. This solves the activation problem.
But, I still get the following error when I have various combinations of versions of plugins installed along with the thrive-visual-editor (content builder, landing pages – whatever you want to call the product bundle)
“Current version of Thrive Leads is not compatible with the current version of Thrive Content Builder. Please update both plugins to the latest versions.”
I am using the latest of both plugins, released on the same day, so I know this is nonsense. Thrive Leads 1.95.18 and Thrive Visual Editor 1.500.17 in this example.
Now, all this really means is that Thrive Leads will use the TCB editor installed for editing instead of its internal editor. After minimal testing, the work-around is to disable the editor when you need to make changes to Thrive Leads and then re-enable it when you’re done editing Leads. Of course, this takes your landing pages (and probably your entire site) down during this time because everything built with Thrive Content Builder depends on the plugin for short codes.
So, is there a better hack?
Can any legit subscribers tell me that Thrive isn’t this sloppy? (yes, I’m going to subscribe, as soon as a scrape together the cash)
Any comments on this crappy workaround?