April 03, 2014 • by • Categories: Releases
Conductor is receiving an update today. Read More
March 27, 2014 • by • Categories: Support Blog
Have you ever wanted to have a block of text that aligns with an image, followed by another block of text aligned with another image? Have you ever had the alignment cause you endless pain and frustration because the alignment was hard to achieve? Perhaps it ended up looking something like this?
March 27, 2014 • by • Categories: Releases
Conductor v14.3.27 is being released today. It contains a bugfix to date displays on event feeds. Read More
March 25, 2014 • by • Categories: Support Blog
Here's your chance to get free help!
Beginning April 10, the Web Group will offer an afternoon a month to get help using Conductor—for free! Read More
March 21, 2014 • by • Categories: Releases
Conductor will receive a minor update today. It's mostly to prep for Tuesday's move, but it does include an experimental feature we'll be testing out. Read More
March 19, 2014 • by • Categories: Maintenance and Releases
We've been pretty quiet with Conductor for a while, and that's because we've been working on something big: Conductor is moving to Amazon Web Services!
We're outgrowing our current physical infrastructure at Rackspace, fast enough that we need to make a change, but not fast enough that it makes sense to add an entirely new physical server. So, we made the decision to move to a virtualized environment. OIT is interested in using AWS over the next few years, and we're helping them out by being one of their test subjects. Read More
March 14, 2014 • by • Categories: Releases
Today's deploy contains bugfixes.
March 11, 2014 • by • Categories: Releases
Conductor v14.3.11 will be released today. It contains some minor bugfixes.
I am still working to track down and resolve two separate issues: the random logout bug that appears in Chrome, and the incompatabilities with our CKEditor and Internet Explorer.
The bug where Firefox blocks image uploads on development-domains, such as example.conductor.nd.edu, requires an infrastructure upgrade. We may be able to address this as early as next week. Read More
March 11, 2014 • by • Categories: Support Blog
In the last few days, we have found ourselves caught in the perfect storm created by recent changes in the most popular web browsers.
- Firefox updated its security functionality, which caused problems with Conductor users trying to upload images. If your site is in development and has conductor.nd.edu in the address, Firefox’s new security measures may prevent you from uploading images. …