Footer doesn't appear

Just noticed that footer has stopped to appear in wbAMP community version. I guess it's due to an update. Not sure which one.
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    Tuesday, October 03 2017, 08:06 AM - #Permalink
    Hi

    We do not have such report, maybe other community members can provide more info?

    Rgds
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    Sunday, October 21 2018, 08:18 AM - #Permalink
    I also have the same problem with wbAMP version 1.12.1.797 community edition on Joomla 3.8.3

    The footer html module is just a test sentence, nothing fancy.

    The footer does not appear on any of the AMP enabled articles.

    https://dev.kravfighter.co.nz/images/wbamp/Test-Footer.jpg
    https://dev.kravfighter.co.nz/images/wbamp/wbampfooter.jpg

    Not sure what other info is required.
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    Monday, October 22 2018, 04:35 AM - #Permalink
    This is what I did to show it on a single article, but this is obviously a hack:

    1) assign a custom html module for the footer to a new position wbamp-bottom (this didn't exist, so I created new one).
    2) at the end of the article I used loadposition as so: {loadposition wbamp-bottom}

    So this works, but only for that single article.

    Does this give you more information to see where the problem is?
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    Monday, October 22 2018, 07:35 AM - #Permalink
    Hi

    Not sure what other info is required.
    Your screenshot shows that your module is not assigned to a position. Joomla will simply not show it on any page and that seems the likely reason you cannot display your footer.

    Best regards
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    Monday, October 22 2018, 08:54 AM - #Permalink
    I posted a follow up, not sure if you've seen that one. So it is assigned to a position wbamp-bottom now that I entered (it wasn't there before), and the only way to show the footer is by using {loadposition wbamp-bottom} from the individual articles.
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    Tuesday, October 23 2018, 03:09 AM - #Permalink
    Ok, after further testing, I definitely confirmed this to be a BUG with the latest community edition. The same problem does not appear in the full edition. Also, there is no need to assign the footer module to a position. It should work as soon as it is configured in the plugin, just like it does in full edition. Or if you're dropping a support for this function in the community edition, then show a message that this works only in full edition.
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    Friday, October 26 2018, 01:56 AM - #Permalink
    I also experienced this problem
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