Tarski 3.0 has actually been in the works since last August, which is really too long between releases. I had a bit of spare time this weekend so I decided to bite the bullet and bring Tarski up to date for WordPress 3.1.
The new features include support for menus and default headers; however, migrating your current settings will have to be done by hand, as I just don’t have the time to write or maintain an automatic upgrade routine. It shouldn’t take long to fix things to your liking, and the benefit is full compatibility with the core WordPress functionality.
I’d really appreciate it if you could download and install the release candidate. Andreas Beer has kindly been helping me test it, so it should be relatively bug-free by now. Testing and reporting bugs is not just a favour to me, but a boon to all Tarski users.
Update: thanks to everyone who provided feedback. Tarski 3.0.0 is now available for download.
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