I’m quite pleased that the .7 releases were very solid, not requiring any immediate .1 follow-up releases, however there are a number of little issues that have been fixed in the new versions.
Normally I push the .1 releases out without a release candidate, but an extra week or two of testing is always a good idea, especially when I’ve updated a number of packages.
Changes/fixes in this release:
- Only send one e-mail to a user per task update (sometimes could send an “updated” and “completed” e-mail)
- Change URL in e-mails to kingdesign.net (password e-mails)
- When no groups exist in the system, the mailboxes screen shouldn’t show the groups area
- When only 1 user in the system, the created by/assigned to in a mailbox shouldn’t be editable
- Login logo links to kingdesign.net instead of taskspro.com
- (none) added to the list of available search items for tags
- Tag auto-complete is disabled in IE6 due to compatibility issues
- Dynamically create password fields when user clicks “change password” to avoid browser autocomplete bugs
- Str to lower the y/m/d date format letters to avoid data input issues
- Favorites should leave the list if not sticky and 100% complete
- Function to trim strings is multi-byte aware (if supported by your PHP install)
- Calendar text in the pop-up calendar is too light w/ dark theme
- User Permission for editing tasks also applies to editing tags
- Fixed JS error that would occur when a non-english language was used and tagging was disabled
- Support for partial hour time differences, 6.5 hours for example
- Fixed an issue with the build script to make sure proper docs are included in Tasks Pro
- Dates range searches should all go back to historical date years
- Typo caused some combinations of status searches to fail
- Updated ADOdb to version 4.9.4
- Updated YUI to version 2.2.2
- Updated PHPiCalendar to version 2.23
- Disabled some PHP Tag Engine debugging output code
- Add check for the PHP readfile function and not use it if it is not available
As always, these are available for download on the King Design download page.
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