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Product release 2017-08-24

Fixes

 

  • Paths: Edit Path via contextual menu
    Fixed an issue which prevented the ability to edit a path via the contextual help (right click) menu
  • Control Panel: Special characters
    Fixed an issue which prevented the proper display of special characters in user and group names
  • Dashboard: Site Activity Report download
    Fixed an issue which prevented the ability to download the Site Activity Report
  • Broken link: Template:MindTouch link to User Guide
    Fixed a broken contextual help link to our in-product User Guide on Template:MindTouch
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Feature enhancements

 

  • Site Structure: Prevention of inadvertent new page creation
    Currently, pro members who attempt to follow a link to a page that no longer exists will trigger the creation of a new page. Sites can now be configured to prevent this, and instead, deliver an error, "Page could not be found," with links to related articles. If you would like to have this enabled on your site, please contact support@mindtouch.com.
  • Site Structure: Deletion of page children
    Currently, pro members who attempt to delete a page have the option of leaving that page's children in place, which results in structure errors. Sites can now be configured to prevent this, and instead, warn the user that a specific number of child pages and files will be deleted.  If you would like to have this enabled on your site, please contact support@mindtouch.com.

Upcoming feature enhancements


  • Private Sites: 403 Forbidden Error Message
    On September 6th, we will be fixing a bug in our search API to respond with the proper "403 forbidden" error when a user has not logged in to a private MindTouch site. Previously, users were presented with a "200 OK" error, with no further information provided. 

Planned deprecations

 

  • Legacy Comments: MT4 & TCS
    Our legacy comments feature, used in MT4 and TCS, is scheduled to be removed on February 8, 2018. If your MindTouch site currently uses legacy comments, please contact your Customer Success Manager, or support@mindtouch.com.
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