Issue with WooCommerce 7.9.0

kindly report a issue i met today.

when update woocommerce to new version of 7.9.0, cwicly will lots the normal function

after swich back to 7.8.2, everything will get worked

Hi @qiang814k,

Sorry to hear you’re experiencing trouble with this.

Unfortunately I haven’t been able to reproduce this error on my end, as I was able to update to Woo 7.9.0 without any trouble.

Could you possibly try deactivating other plugins you may have on this installation, and see if it helps?
Additionally, if you prefer for me to have a look, please don’t hesitate to share a temporary access for

If this is possible, to keep things secure and private, kindly send (through support or by PM) the details using:

Thank you in advance.

just send login info to you by email.

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Just read this and I too am seeing issue with the new update of Woocommerce to v7.9.0.

I have deactivated all plugins and still when you go to a page, all the Cwicly settings are gone.

Anyone else seeing this?

Thank you for the temporary access and screenshots, @qiang814k.

It seems that this new version of WooCommerce disables the Cwicly UI on posts and pages, but not on the site editor.

Please bear with us while we further investigate, to see what the root cause is.
For the time being, I would suggest for you to revert to 7.8.2.

Thank you for your understanding.

Good afternoon. I confirm that after updating woo to version 7.9, you can’t use cwicly on pages and there are a lot of errors in the console

Hello everyone,

Thank you for this report and my apologies for the inconvenience.
It seems that the WooCommerce team has decided to include a store that normally belongs on the Site Editor (and that Gutenberg keeps separate), that we rely on for numerous functions.

I have sent messages in several directions and am hopefully waiting for a reply before we review our logic here.

Please bear with me while we get to the bottom of this, and once again, I’m terribly sorry if this has caused issues on your end. We’ll definitely make sure that we pay more attention to WooCommerce updates before their release.


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Thank you for confirming @Louis, we will stay on 7.8.2 until we get verification from you this is resolved.

FWIW, here’s the link to grab version 7.8.2 of WooCommerce:

Hello everyone,

Thanks for your patience on this one.

While this has been confirmed by WooCommerce as not intended, we have made the necessary changes in Cwicly to no longer rely on this specific package in You should now be able to use 7.9.0 with the latest Cwicly update.

Thanks for your understanding and sorry for the inconvenience once again.