I hadn't really had much time to announce this (what with the holidays and stuff) but last week WP-Click-Track 0.7 was released. This release includes a few bug fixes and a couple new features. I'd planned to release this a while ago but testing took a little longer than anticipated but it's finally done.
There were a couple minor, edge, bugs that I don't want to go into detail about but there were 2 in particular that deserve a mention.
First, there was a bug fix for SSL enabled admins. This one I hadn't really anticipated; I'd never thought someone would use ssl for the admin panel. The problem was that if you went to the admin through ssl the graphs wouldn't render properly. My bad.
Then there was an issue in the graphs. If the charted number was over 1,000 the chart would basically throw up. Rookie move on my part but some escaping fixed that right up. If you ran into this bug I'm really sorry.
0.7 also includes an improved cookie model. I admit, I've been completely lazy about cookie management for years now. Yes, sessions are nice but when you're building for a multi-server environment sessions can get a little tricky. Problem is that there are some pretty specific rules for cookies and just setting a cookie willy nilly, without any thought to the implications, can screw things up. Now it's much, much, better.
Among the additions there's a new configuration value to disable tracking of internal links. This should help with all the clicks in peoples galleries I've been hearing so much about
Speaking of configuration the entire configuration section has been rewritten to be more user friendly. Instead of the HUGE and confusing single page everything is organized into tabs and should, hopefully, make for a better experience when you do have to configure something.
Anyway, you can install it within the WordPress plugin manager or if you want to take a look at the code here you go.