The WooCommerce 3.0.6 fix release is now available. You can download it from WordPress.org or as an automatic update in your administration panel.
~47 commits made it into this fix release. The full changelog is below.
* Fix - Fixed conflict between global attributes and custom attributes with the same names.
* Fix - Added missing "id" to API for shipping zone methods to support the CLI.
* Fix - Incorrect use of
* Fix - Clone each meta object when cloning WC_Data object to avoid modifying original meta stdClass objects.
* Fix - Fix non numeric warning for some order data.
* Fix - Fixed a warning when no customer country is defined for state input.
* Fix - Use term name when reordering so correct data is passed to the new order.
* Fix - Formatting issues in wc_display_item_meta.
* Fix - Check if IP address is valid in IP address detection code.
* Fix - wc_attribute_taxonomy_id_by_name should use wc_sanitize_taxonomy_name to prevent breaking special chars.
* Fix - Correct variable name in order structured data.
* Fix - Prepend new item keys with
$items_key to make them unique.
* Fix - Hide offers from structured markup when blank.
* Fix - Fixed "Proceed to checkout" button color in Twenty seventeen dark theme.
* Fix - Only set reply-to if the email + name is set.
* Fix - Correctly exclude terms in wc_get_related_products.
* Fix - Reset post data prevents grouped products working in shortcodes.
* Fix - Fix min price range comparisons.
* Fix - Properly save order items in legacy REST API.
* Fix - Use correct full size for variation images.
* Fix - Add noscript style for gallery.
* Fix - Fix/duplicate potential stock reduction with paypal.
* Tweak - Improve _wc_term_recount performance.
* Tweak - Improve plugin update detection in system status report to reduce timeouts.
* Tweak - Improve "Save Order" button to reproduce WordPress post/page behavior.
* Tweak - Added zipcode validation for France.
* Dev - Added woocommerce_shop_order_search_results filter.
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