Hi, it seems that your last update broke GravityForms on my network.
It prevented the plugin from validating the license and threw the following error:
E_ERROR: Class 'GFUserData' not found inside
Stack trace …a/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/blogtemplates/blogtemplatesfiles/ integration.php (184) in nbt_render_user_registration_form called at ? (?) …c_array called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ plugin.php (192)/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/ form_display.php (692) /httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/ gravityforms.php (1640) /httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/ gravityforms.php (1079) in GFForms::parse_shortcode called at ? (?) …unc called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ shortcodes.php (287) in do_shortcode_tag called at ? (?) …ack called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ shortcodes.php (201) in do_shortcode called at ? (?) …c_array called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ plugin.php (192) … called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ post-template.php (211) …/httpdocs/wp-content/themes/tdl-1/ content-page.php (11) …quire called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ template.php (503) …plate called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ template.php (477) /webtemple.ca/httpdocs/wp-includes/ general-template.php (179) called at /httpdocs/wp-content/themes/tdl-1/ page.php (7) called at /httpdocs/wp-includes/ template-loader.php (74) require_once called at /httpdocs/ wp-blog-header.php (16) in require called at /httpdocs/index.php (17)
I will reference this issue to the gravity forms support team as I raised some hell there as well.