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  •  04 Aug 2012 06:07
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Release Notes: The most important changes in this release are a fix in the admin module for overload user data loading group details, a 500 on "deleteSelected", use of nicknames in backend view URLs, alphabetic order in the object list view for categories, a form for password recovery, the ability to extend BuildFilter, and managed removal of users who have created an object.

  •  06 Mar 2012 22:15

Release Notes: This release handles "inverse" relations in objects save and view. The gallery has categories. A bug with categories and tags still being visible in frontends when 'off' has been fixed. There is a new dummy (example) HTML5 frontend based on H5BP. This release fixes an annoying bug in searches returning incorrectly ordered results.

  •  08 Nov 2011 22:28
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Release Notes: Geotagging: for every object, you can now specify zoom, level, and map type, and automatically retrieve latitude/longitude from a common address and have a preview of the element in Google maps. The category/search filter was fixed in the backend when not persistent. Frontends: handling of an object's canonicalPath has been corrected; object cache was improved to avoid duplicate objects load; and language automatic detection has been fixed, in case of conflicting configuration parameters.

  •  18 Jun 2011 07:11

Release Notes: In the geotag tab, a new button simplifies geocoding. Latitude and longitude are automagically retrieved from a common address. Frontend apps gained GeoRSS and KML support, which are available with custom URL addresses like /georss/section-nickname and /kml/section-nickname. Scripts tag are stripped from comments and objects when saving to avoid XSS attacks. A simple object cache array avoids duplication of object loads in frontend apps. SOAP and PostgreSQL support was improved.

  •  28 Mar 2011 16:18
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Release Notes: New object permissions were implemented for partial frontend access: a document may not be fully visible, but partially disclosed to expose a few pieces of information like title and previews (to search bots, for example). Recursion stops when a section is being self attached. User signup is moderated with email messages to administrators as an option. Frontend signup puts new users in frontend groups or groups defined in the configuration variable $config["authorizedGroups"] (in config/frontend.ini.php). Tags are now filtered to show only the ones related to the current publication. PostgreSQL support was improved.

  •  01 Feb 2011 14:57
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Release Notes: This is the first bugfix release for the 3.1 series. JavaScript was fixed in the concurrent users view. Newsletter fixes were made. tinyMCE integration was improved. The notification system was corrected and is now available for every object. A new German translation is available. A "create new object" button in the publications module was added.

  •  08 Dec 2010 16:09
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Release Notes: Many improvements were made, regarding both UI and core engine. All known issues have been fixed. Noteworthy new features are content versioning, auto–saving, concurrent access management, new frontend examples, frontend API improvements, PostegreSQL support, and BEdita modules as CakePHP plug-ins.

  •  17 Nov 2009 13:45
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Release Notes: A print tab was introduced in modules to direct print objects through different layouts. Files can be uploaded directly in the download relation tab. The newsletter module interface and shell send method were improved. Categories were added in the Documents module. An alias for nickname was introduced. A staging toolbar was introduced to use in every frontend. The time widget in Flowplayer is automatically removed when the player width is too small. The beEmbedFlash helper now supports Flowplayer playlists. The [$abstract] and [$subscriber] placeholders were added to newsletters. Vcard data can be imported from a shell script. CakePHP, Flowplayer, and Swfobject were updated.

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