I’ve exactly same issue as Kerry McCarthy has reported, i.e. saving Swatches Settings under existing products does nothing. I’m using the latest versions (1.1.13).
Thank you for reaching out to us. Please kindly do a plugin compatibility check by doing these steps to identify the error :
=> Deactivate all of your additional plugins except WooCommerce and WooCommerce Variation Swatches Plugin.
=> See if the problem persists. If the issue is resolved, you can tell which plugin might be the culprit of this error by activating your additional plugins one by one.
If the plugin conflict check doesn’t help, please record me reproducing your issue using a tool like this? https://www.useloom.com
It helps me to figure out the issue quickly and squash it immediately.
And don’t forget to add your site login details in the site login details area. I’ll check what’s happening there.
You can add new users by going to Users > Add New set the user and password for us, set the role to admin, and set the info here.
And add your site URL, login username, and password in the site login area. Follow this guideline: https://www.useloom.com/share/27c1f2ac633c4060b2da883d946107d7
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This can be closed. It was my mistake: I didn’t click “Save swatches settings” but “Update”. So now it works.
Glad to hear that your issue is now resolved. If you found our Swatches plugin helpful, could you leave your valuable review here: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/woo-variation-swatches/reviews/?filter=5
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