Version 1.06.09 is now ready for beta. But before installing it, there are a few things you should be aware of. First, PHP 4 is no longer supported. If you are running at least version 3.3 of WordPress, rest assured that you will have no problems with this change. However, if WordPress has prevented you from updating with messages that it is not supported on your server, then you will also need to stop updating Formidable at this point until you can get your web host to update their version of PHP.
Second, if you are using any graphs, be aware they will all switch to Google graphs. More security vulnerabilities have been uncovered in Open Flash charts, so we decided it would be safest to completely remove them. When updating manually, you should delete the whole plugin before installing the new version so the vulnerable files will be removed from your site. The WordPress auto-update feature will automatically delete the old plugin files before installing a new version.
Lastly, of course you want to know what features have been added. First and foremost: AJAX submit! Dropdown fields have an added checkbox to change into a multiple box.
You can see a full list of changes in the change log.
Since this is a beta version, it is not available via automatic update, but can be downloaded and installed manually.