We have a much better way of defining categories now in theme settings. I’ll get the setting updated at some point. Unfortunately, switching to the new method will disable the component until the setting is re-adjusted. I will make sure to warn everyone here when that change is coming.
That is strange. I just checked my test site and the component is working fine using the slug name. I wonder if it has to do with your subfolder setup. I haven’t ever tested the component in that environment.
On updating on the hosted instance with the default theme the following errors are popping up:
Error: Undefined variable: "$blog-tag". on line 80 of mobile.scss >> $values: $blog_tag; -----------^
Error: Undefined variable: "$blog-tag". on line 77 of desktop.scss >> $values: $blog_tag; ---------^
Doesn’t seem to have broken previous functionality though
Edit add: This went away after I added a tag, now the blog post styling is working but the image is not appearing, I earlier thought this was an issue with private tag groups, but doesn’t seem to be the case.
This is an odd bug in core we’ve been meaning to look into. For some reason there seems to an issue where it’s expecting a - instead of an _ in the variable name. The workaround at the moment is to make an adjustment to the theme settings as you figured out.
Thanks for reporting this! There was a flaw in the logic that was preventing the tags from being fully evaluated. It should be fixed if you update again.
I spotted a bug where, if I use either the category or tag based system,
If within a <div align="center"></div> tag there are uploaded images (not hotlinks, hotlinks work) then they are rendered in the preview but not after posting, sometimes they appear for a couple of seconds after posting but disappear soon after