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    I'm finishing up a website with a ton of custom post types and fields. The fields come from ACF (Advanced Custom Fields). Now the client wants to offer its users the ability to add/edit/delete their own news posts from the frontend.

    When I add your plugin to the site the overall system works fine. However I can't get the custom fields from ACF to be displayed on the edit page. To test I'm starting off with just 1 text field name foo (acf-field-foo behind the scenes). When I add field foo your plugin makes it cf_foo, and when I add acf-field-foo your plugin makes it cf_acf-field-foo. On the edit page neither of these show the data that I stored in acf-field-foo with ACF.

    I read elsewhere on the forum there are other people using this plugin alongside ACF so I would like to know what I'm doing wrong. If this problem is fixed you will very likely have my purchase as I need to accommodate many more fields.

    I have less than 24 hours to finish this project so I hope you can help rather quickly.

    Kind regards,


    Tareq Hasan
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    Hi Tim,

    The free version had prefix with cf_, but there is none in pro version and the pro version is way more advanced than the free version. So you can map ACF's custom fields to WPUF's. I hope it'll solve your problems ๐Ÿ™‚

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