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I upgraded to 1.0.4 and that appears to fix the problem. :-) All my custom post types are being displayed so far. Thanks for the quick turnaround.
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I think I am going to need to request a refund. I am using Jigoshop, Event Manager Pro and they both don't mesh well with your plugin. I also created a simple test plugin that creates a "podcast" CPT and they all misbehave the exact same way. With a fresh install AnyLoop works with regular posts and its unclear in your examples what CPT are used in your Grid Views. According to the post_class Reference, these plugins are outputting post class. I simply can not replicate your environment after two fresh installs. Thanks again for your help, you've been very patient and responsive. Thank you.
@nphaskins Can you send a pointer to the code that references the post_class() so that I may customize it for my needs.
@nphaskins Sounds like I'm out of luck. Thanks for your quick responses.
@nphaskins I agree that it can fetch the CPT but there appears to be a JS situation when document is ready.
@nphaskinsDoes this mean that Anyloop will not be guaranteed to work with most premium plugins that create CPT?
@nphaskins OK, does it matter if I am using multisite? Because it's doing that exact same thing with three different custom post types now. :( Thanks for your patience but this key feature is not working so far. I'll do another fresh install tomorrow and get back to you. Cheers.
@nphaskins OK, I did clean install and the plugin works fine with posts but then I enabled a plugin that generated a custom post type and configured AnyLoop to display the CPT. That's when things break. I get the same single column behavior with a "Podcast" and now an "Event" CPT. I hope this is useful information. I have no solution yet but it appears that AnyLoop breaks for CPT. Correct me if I am wrong but I believe your test environment used regular posts (atleast in the shared screen shots).
@nphaskins When I disable the child theme (Transparency) and reactivate Anyloop, I get the same single column in Firefox and Chrome. :( I also tried adding the masonry-brick class in Firebug and did not notice the change. Your js files and css are enqueued but still not working...
@nphaskins I disabled all the plugins and child themes. I am still getting a single column. I looked through the JS and am unsure why the "masonry-brick" class is not added to the article element. I am so close but yet so far.
@nphaskins Can I email you a screenshot?
@nphaskins I use other plugins that uses a grid layout and they appear to work fine. Also when I increase the width, the column gets wider. It appears to be compatible with the theme. All I missing is the rows and I'm all set buddy.
@nphaskins I am using the default (200px) and I'm using a full-width container of 960px. I also tried the Magazine and Blog layout to no avail. I am also using the Transparency theme if that helps.
Hey Nick, Great plugin! Everything seems to work fine except for the grid view. All the posts are aligned in one column. How can I configure the post to display in 3 or 4 columns?