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Today's big feature is that the Flash uploader has been replaced with a modern HTML5 uploader. That means you no longer have to worry about updating Flash when working in Conductor.
A couple bug fixes, and one feature to notify if images are too large.
Today's release includes one bug fix, one minor feature, and the first step of a larger feature.
Today's update is mostly fixing a small list of bugs.
Today's release is primarily bug fixes and an update to the RTE.
Primary changes this release are for the upcoming release of the rich text editor coming next week.
Today's primary feature release is the addition of Site Documentation.
Today's release includes a nice new feature for sites with Custom Fields and/or Custom Databases
Today's release is a small one for users with only one user-facing update which addresses date fields in custom databases.
Quickly on the heels of the big users update comes a smaller bug-fix update. Updates from this mornings release:
Conductor is receiving an update today.
Conductor v14.3.27 is being released today. It contains a bugfix to date displays on event feeds.
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.
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.…
Today's deploy contains bugfixes.
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 incompatibilities 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.…