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  •  03 May 2007 11:53
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Release Notes: Some license codes were incorrectly declared "expired". This bug was fixed. No other functional changes were made since version 1.4. Users of PHP Trouble Ticket that run it in a production environment are strongly encouraged to upgrade, even if they do not currently experience any problems with their installation of version 1.4 or any previous release. When upgrading from a previous version, please make sure that the system requirements are met.

  •  16 Feb 2003 17:19
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Release Notes: Two small but fatal typos in the template config file included within the distribution archive have been fixed.

  •  11 Jan 2003 12:03
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Release Notes: The program now requires PHP 4.1.0 or higher. In "close_ticket", the wrong user was preselected when reopening a ticket. An error in details.php which prevented unprivileged users from adding info to their own tickets was fixed. Experts could not assign tickets to themselves, this has been fixed. The program now reports failure to set cookies at login. When editing existing tickets, the system now checks upon submit if the ticket has been modified by another user in the meantime and if so, prompts the user and asks wether to overwrite the other user's modifications or not.

  •  28 Sep 2001 09:03
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Release Notes: If you have a PHP installation with gettext support, and all you get is cryptic words appearing on the screen, then this release should fix the problem. It is recommended that all users update to this version.

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