Release Notes – 2nd May 2013
The tech team have been busy these past few weeks with some new features as well as fixing a whole ton of stuff and making it work better.
Better editing on the iPad.
We found that folks encountered a number of issues when editing on the iPad: Now, when you select an article to edit it on an iPad, it opens in a new browser tab – this simple change has enabled us to fix many of these problems.
In-browser PDF & document viewing
If you linked to an uploaded PDF or other document in an article, the PDF always downloaded. That's OK, but sometimes people didn't know where to look for it.
There's now a neat option to "Attempt to open file in browser" (set in the uploaded document's properties) which means for common formats like PDF the document will be displayed in the browser for many users, making it easier and quicker to access and read.
Important: This is a function of more modern browser versions, so make sure you (or those who you want to read the document) have got a recent version, otherwise it will just download as before.
If the option is left unticked, the document will simply be downloaded as currently.
Query Wizard – user's photos
You can now run a query to find users who do or don't have photos on their personal profiles and email them, encouraging them to upload an image, thus making your site more friendly.
Acceptable Use Policy
This can now be edited using the normal document editor. This will make some of you happy, others will go "Huh?" Don't worry if you're in the later group.
Stuff which we fixed/made work better
There's a whole sack full of stuff in this section – 28 fixes in all, but I won't bore you with them all – read the official release notes here for the details.
Meanwhile, here are some highlights:
Improved layout loading speed for large sites
Opening a layout for editing on sites with large numbers of groups could take 20-30 seconds. We've made some optimisations here that should make a significant improvement. (If you want to know, we re-greased the hamsters that work the little wheel things in the server)
iCal multi-day events
All-day events of more than one day ended up multiplying when the site's iCal feed was viewed. We've whipped 'em back into shape and things are now are all tickety-boo.
Group tree refreshes better in Chrome
The Group/Site tree didn't always refresh immediately to show changes in the Chrome browser (not so shiny, eh?) when changes were made to group names or group structure. That's all sorted and as (re)fresh as a daisy.
Editing buttons in Chrome
Chrome's been keeping us busy – the Copy & Paste buttons were disabled in the article editor. This is due to a browser security limitation. The buttons are now enabled but show a message about this. The workaround is to use the keyboard equivalents of these buttons Ctrl+X/Ctrl+C/Ctrl+V (Mac – for Ctrl use Cmd)
Removing users via the Involvement tab
Sometimes you need to remove someone from your site and if you did this by deselecting them from all the groups they were a member of via their Involvement tab (a very smart approach) you got an error. You can now remove people with non-error despicable dastardliness.
Query wizard & IE 10
Those pesky guys at Microsoft had been up to their tricks again and the Query builder wizard didn't work in Internet Explorer 10. We sat it down and gave it a stiff talking-to and it's all fine now.
Improved form erroring
If one of the input fields on a form was given a name of "name" the form would error. (Who would have seen that coming?) That's now fixed.
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Other bug fixes
There were inconsistencies in upper/lower case between the HTML markup and the class names in the stylesheet. This wasn't a problem with the old doctypes but meant styles didn't get applied under some of the new doctypes.
The Group Navigation component didn’t respect the group's visibility criteria when using a mini-layout.
‘Title’ sometimes disappeared from the Group Navigation component configuration settings.
Resource permissions: Full administrators can now reassign permissions to themselves on Resources when these permissions have been removed by someone else.
For recurring card transactions (e.g. repeat order in the shop) transactions sometimes failed with "The related transaction cannot be found".
Improve labelling for "extra link" for uploaded images. There was a misconception that the "Extra link" setting for an uploaded image would make that image link to something everywhere that it was used. The help icon accompanying this setting made clear that this wasn't the case – but folks seemed to have missed this, so we’ve made it clearer.
Removed centre formatting from form response page.
RSS Reader component makes all feed URLs lower case. This meant that some options like "include homepage" weren't read correctly.
"Write a reply" links weren’t working in forums.
Emailing to a group with no members failed when trying to add users.
Queries failed on payment group registrations.
There was a Class missing from the "Add Role" dialog pop-up for Organisations, which meant that the background in this box couldn't always be edited in the normal way.
Forum security settings were incorrectly described on user-side: Where a forum was set to show only to site members or only to group members, an incorrect description of who could see the forum was given on the user-side (though there was nothing to worry about as the actual security settings chosen were applied correctly).
If a media file was deleted, layouts referencing this file would error.
When a site Registration Form had more than 10 Notes fields, only the first 10 were visible in the configuration settings.
For sites which have a large number of media XML feeds, the configuration page could take ages to load. Saving before the page was fully loaded could result in loss of settings. We've made this page more efficient in loading, but also disabled saving until the page has completed loading.
The Web Office does not work when Internet Explorer is in compatibility mode. We've added a message to the "Browser not supported" screen to suggest turning off compatibility mode.
Form responses couldn’t be viewed if one of the form fields contains an ampersand (&).
When deselecting an item on a shop order, prices changed for some other items.
Using the "When published, replace" option in an Article properties, not all other articles were available for selection.
On a site’s root group Member’s tab, with the Task, “Send login details to unused accounts,” the ‘Export as CSV’ option didn’t work.
Alistair Birch, 30/04/2013
Release Notes – 13th February 2013
The development team elves have been burning the midnight oil to give us some new features and a whole shedload of bug fixes.
Multiple Bible references on recordings
For all you preachers out there or who upload media content of sermons: More than one Bible reference can now be added to a single recording and chapter/verse ranges are more flexible to accommodate references spanning multiple chapters.
NB. With existing recordings, it wasn't possible to move some old references to the new system if they weren't in a standard format. If this is the case, they can't be edited and will need to be deleted and re-added.
Navigation sleight of hand – redirect menu items
You can now set up a group homepage to redirect somewhere else in the system so that when someone clicks on an item in your navigation menu, it takes them somewhere else. This means menu items can now go to other pages in the system or to other pages outside the group structure – or even the site.
For example, you might want to create a Sermons group which redirects to your Audio/Video page; have a normal Alpha or Christianity Explored course group, but also have another menu item called "Discover God" which redirects to those groups as not everyone knows what they stand for. You could create other links to the Address Book or Calendar in the main site navigation via the "System Page" option, rather than just having these links on the Home menu.
You used to be able to do this, but it required fiddling around with source code, which not everyone's happy with. So, the forward is now easily set in the Advanced Options of the Group at the top near the security settings.
Scheduling mailings – more precision
You can now schedule mailings to be sent more precisely: It's been possible to choose a date in the future when a mailing is sent for a while now, but you can now specify the time as well.
Scheduled mailings can be set up when you have 100 or more recipients – they're ideal if you're wanting to create a mailing to go out while you're away on holiday or get a series of mailings set up in one go to send to send at regular intervals.
Other new stuff
Membership List – sort User List
The User List Component lists all the people in a Group (or a family) when inserted in a Layout (the Component is found under the User Details section) – ideal for showing all the people who are in your small group or team. You can now control the order of these better – by first name, last name, country or state.
If you've not used this Component, it's worth experimenting with – you can list members of a Group, a family or the logged-in user's "Connections" (like 'friends' in Facebook), show all kinds of user information and the names can link to the users' profiles, show phone numbers etc. NB. It would be normal to set this Component to only display to Logged-in Users and therefore be hidden from site visitors who weren't church members/site members.
If you're of a nervous, non-technical disposition, look away now... and continue reading further down the page.
Internet Explorer does some weird stuff. E.g. things that look good in other browsers don't in our (not) beloved IE. This is often due to the 'doctype' setting.
The doctype can now be set on a per-layout basis. This should allow you to to design pages for IE in 'standards mode' and get round some of the problems you may have encountered before. Keep us in touch with how you're using this.
Multiple navigation components on the same layout
For technical reasons, until this release it was only possible to have one Group Navigation component in a Layout. However, you can now have multiple Group Nav components in the same Layout, allowing more flexiblity when creating or amending your site design. This gives designers greater control over styling the navigation using custom css.
One of the designers who requested this comments,
"It means I can now dynamically build a main navigation menu, group navigation and footer links from the group navigation component and output them as an unordered list – and display the menu on the same page (whereas I was limited to only one of these per page previously).
"Outputting as an unordered list means they are easier to style (through custom css) and are more lightweight in terms of the HTML they output."
Other new stuff
Warn when auto-changing members' privacy settings
When trying to save a user record with privacy settings that don't make sense/are contradictory (e.g. Connections can see less than site members) we now automatically reset these to something more sensible and alert the user to what's been done.
Highlight credit/debit card revalidation text in the checkout
When a paying for something with an existing card and this needs revalidating, we've made this alert/information much clearer for the user so they don't miss it and get stuck.
Update system with new Endis address
The Cambridge end of Endis operations moved home recently, so we updated the Terms & Conditions page and the Endis Insight profile with the new Musgrave Farm, Cambridge address. The team are now based in a former cowshed. All comments should be directed to them... ;)
Other things we fixed
Some scheduled mailings were not being sent – when set up from "Send mail to a new set of recipients'.
Changing the discount for individual items in the shop didn't save..
Sometimes there were long delays when accessing an Organisation's Classification tab in the Web Office in a Directory. This particularly affected large sites. We've made some optimisations in the code which should make this much faster.
Create a new shop order for the same user copies expired wallet items – when creating a shop order for someone in the Web Office, the process copied payment details from the user's previous order. This process was wrongly trying to copy expired wallet items which caused an error later in the checkout.
Cookies policy page sometimes looked strange in IE. This only showed itself on a large website due to some custom code, but there was some inconsistent coding which has been fixed.
Directory Organisation record wrongly redirected after closing family record pop-up.
The Event tab opened in a main window & closed when the Bookings tab was selected.
Delete resources when deleting resource folders: If a Resource had related resources, and the resource's parent folder was deleted, you'd get an error if you subsequently tried to book the related resources. Relationed resources are now correctly deleted when a resource folder is deleted. We've also improved some caching behaviour here too.
Firefox Auto-fill wrongly filled 'username' into note fields: The 'My Profile' page has a password field that is isolated from the username. For users who have saved username and password in Firefox, the browser managed to autofill the password but couldn't find anywhere to put the username – so put it in the nearest available text field.
iCal Resources feed was only showing the first resource, not all resources for an event (see right).
Importer: 'Alternative address' was not imported if there was no data in "Alternative address line 1" and data in subsequent address fields was ignored if line 1 didn't contain any data. This was a reasonable assumption but sometimes you just want to import a town, country, or postcode.
Importer: If the 'Record created' date was not supplied in the import, it wasn't set. We now set it to the time of the import if it isn't supplied.
The Calendar date-picker under Attendance was not showing dates.
When deleting a group, Signups weren't deleted.The group deletion task will now tell you how many signups it's about to delete (and delete them).
When you had made a booking for Resources you couldn't open the booking from its link within the event in Internet Explorer.
When an Event-related Resource was requested and confirmed, if someone subsequently changed the event date and the new date clashed with a booking for one of the allocated resources, this wasn't flagged up obviously enough. It now does so on the first page of the Resources tab (see below).
In addition, the clashing resource(s) for the Event which was moved are changed to 'Pending'.
Email notification setup pages missed the redesign last year, so these have been updated to the new rounded look.
New video files hosted at blip.tv couldn't be added to the Media Player Component. Blip changed their URL/address format so our player broke. We went round and let their tyres down.
A mysterious table (no, not that kind of table) sometimes appeared in articles. The table is used for setting the background colour/image in the document editor, but should get deleted as soon as it's been used for this purpose. We're not too sure why this sometimes doesn't happen, but have made the code for removing it more robust.
Double quotes in layout name prevented it from being assigned to a group.
PayPal orders that didn't require delivery failed as the orders didn't have delivery addresses and this caused an error.
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Alistair Birch, 12/02/2013
Release Notes – 11th December 2012
The development team have been busy trying to get a release out in advance of Christmas – we know some people use the holiday period to catch up on editing their sites, so we hope this helps.
First up is a really great one if you use queries. Until now, you've only been able to run a query on one group at a time. Well, no longer – now you can run a query on more than one group at once.
This is the default behaviour now when you select "Create New Query" – the old step where you selected which group to run the query on now lets you select multiple groups.
You can still run old-style, single-group queries by clicking on the Query tab then selecting the desired single group in the site tree before selecting "Create New Query"
So, what's the difference? Well, multi-group queries have some limitations over their single-group counterparts: You can't see or query group-specific notes or fields which are specific to group membership (such as group membership status and start date).
Want to query data in Group Notes? Use the single group method above.
NB You may have missed it but you have the ability to run a single-group query plus another one and then compare the data in the two found sets in different ways.
Basically, you save one set of results and then run another query and use the Task shown after you've run the query under Save & Compare: "Compare these results with another found set." This gives you a number of options. See this help video
for further information about this:
And that's not all...we've also tidied up a little of the user interface to remove or reposition some confusing buttons – nothing to worry about, it will just make ife easier for you.
New fields in Query
Group membership start dates – so you can query/view when someone was added to a group. This is a new field. Note that only users added to groups on or after the release date (11/12/12) will have this date attached to them. Others will be blank.
Address/Alt Address lines 1-3. Previously, you could only select these columns for output, but not use them in query criteria.
Also, we've added Family id, family name, family photo and whether Rota reminders are enabled or not – useful if you want to check if folks on your serving teams are set up to get reminders about serving duties. (NB. Rota reminders will only be sent if the user has a valid email address)
The recent release of Firefox version 17 created a couple of glitches when selecting dates & times in certain situations – these are all fixed and we've taken the opportunity to slightly update the interface too.
As well as the usual book and Bible reference drop down menu/search box, you can now also search for preacher and Bible refence in the main search box.
Add Bible reference to media feeds to iTunes etc (optional)
Media API feed settings for podcast services now have a checkbox which allows you to automatically append the Bible reference to the item title. So, a recording with the title "More than conquerors" and Bible reference "Romans 8:31-39" would be displayed in iTunes with a title of "More than conquerors (Romans 8:31-39)". Note this setting is optional and only appears for churches and ministries.
Configure maximum number of events displayed in calendar
Useful if you have a lods of events in your calendar: In the main calendar viewed by website visitors and members, if a day contained more than 5 events, no events were shown and instead a link was displayed saying "x events".
Two improvements have been made: You can configure the maximum. You can find the setting on Settings > Site Configuration. We've also moved the Calendar start day setting from Settings > Technical to this new location so that all the calendar settings are in the same page. We now always show up to the maximum number of events. If there are more events than the maximum, we display a link saying "y more"
User picker now has "Include all site users" – search across all Groups.
Maybe you use several Independent groups but sometimes want to search for a user and don't know which group they're in. Searching each group one-by-one can be a pain, so this new option enables you to search across all the Root and Independent Groups in one go.
We've improved the way that users, family data and organisations are imported – for more information, help and sample files, click on the relevant Import task on the Members tab of the Root Group, Independent Group or Organisation Directory.
Other stuff we fixed
A problem with the Rota CSV output has been fixed.
'Sorry the above login name is already in use' - the warning wasn't cleared after the user had selected a new login name so they ended up trying ad infinitum.
The User edit window was not wide enough when launched in certain contexts, the user record screen was slightly too narrow, so text overflowed the right margin of the white area into the blue background.
All day events were dropping off the calendar at the start of the day instead of the end.
Non-HTML shop order emails had order lines merged into a single line - this was fixed in the last release. Test emails, however, were still sending wrongly formatted data.
PDF filenames containing non-alphanumeric characters were causing errors either at upload time, or later when trying to download them. We've fixed this so that non alphanumeric characters are stripped out on upload.
[regionalise:rota] was appearing in some rota reminder emails.
Sometimes some data was lost when a manual user merge was used.
On URL Redirection page, when you picked a new alias there was a misleading alert which said "Site settings will take effect immediately". This has been removed.
On the Event Edit pop-up there was a misleading "Are you sure you want to move away from this page" pop-up when making the event recurring.
When making a booking request from the Bookings tab in Site Manager, the resource browser defaulted to today's date, rather than the date of the booking. We also did some colouring/formatting fixes to this area.
Some fixes on the Audio/Video search page: The link from the speaker's name contained unencoded spaces which weren't handled by all browsers. Also some people had noticed that subsequent searches left the previous search terms in the URL. Both of these have been fixed.
Unnecessary clicks when moving articles and group. When selecting the task to move an article to a new group, or move a group, a further button was revealed "Choose location" which you then had to click to pick the destination. Life's too short for this: The group picker is now opened straight away on the first click and the redundant button is gone.
If you happened to use the word "body" in an advert, it would get translated into a piece of code.
The menu structure in the Settings area now selects the first item under the parent heading by default when you select the parent. For example, if you click "Billing" the sub-options open as before, but you are also taken straight to the "Payment Details" page (the first sub-option).
Some pages missed getting the groovy rounded corners of the recent Weboffice redesign have now got them.
Payment group completion text and emails - when the template was changed, all the editors just went blank. To fix this, we had to separate the completion text and emails into separate tabs. So we did.
Some users have reported problems accessing the Web Office using Internet Explorer 8 & 9 – this appears to be due to running the browser in Compatibility Mode. Here's how to fix this using IE 8 & 9 and a more detailed guide to sorting it for IE 8.
Release Notes – 31st October 2012
Improvements to rotas
These have been brought into the more conventional system email structure so that users can define the rota reminder email for each rota using the normal templates and mailmerge fields, and use their own 'From' address rather than 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Existing reminders are brought into the new format using a default template.
We have also tried to make sure that reminder emails are turned on more consistently by default. When creating new users in the Web Office or users registering themselves, reminders were on by default providing an email address was supplied. We now ensure that reminders are also on for imported users (unless explicitly specified otherwise) and also set reminders 'on' for users who don't supply an email address, so that if an email address is later added, reminders will start working straight away without a further step.
Create new rota using existing rota as a template
This functions much like the feature for copying documents.
Previously, it was possible to extend an existing rota by adding new Events and copying existing rows of volunteers to the new Events, then deleting the out of date row, but this offers an alternative and much more efficient approach.
There's a new task on the Properties tab of the Rota should a user want to duplicate it, called, "Copy the <rota name> rota" which enables the user to create a new rota using an existing one as a template – saving loads of time in either creating Tasks, assigning those to people, or both.
That copies the rota exactly (apart from adding "copy of" to the rota name) into the Editing section of the Rotas tab. All of the existing Events/dates, Tasks and People are copied as they are.
'Change event' - a new button on each row which allows you to move the whole row to a new event.
Show/Hide past events - past events are hidden by default (unless there are no future events, in which case past events are shown). There are buttons to control showing/hiding
Delete past events - new button.
Sort quick list by surname. Previously the list of users that appeared when you click in a cell was in an apparently random order. This is now sorted by surname.
In the event picker you can now add new events. Previously when adding events to a rota, if you found that the event didn't exist, you had to back out of the rota, go to the events tab and create the event. Now you can do it in situ.
Fixed Chrome compatibility issues (when scrolling, cells would get out of line).
301 Redirects for Aliases
Alias redirects currently use the 302 (temporary redirect) HTTP status which is not considered great for search engine optimisation, so we offer the option to use 301 (permanent) instead.
The downside of 301 (and the reason we've not just used this instead) is that it is legitimate for browsers to cache the destination. So if a site was using http://mysite/weeklynews to point to this week's newlsetter, and changing where it points every week, a browser may continue to send the visitor to whatever newsletter it was pointing at when the link was first visited, until the visitor clears their cache or the page drops out.
So the 302 redirect (the default) should continue to be used for aliases which may have a changing destination. The 301 can be used for permanent redirects where search engine ranking is important.
Improvement to 'Add other guests'
The dropdown for selecting the number of guests you want to add to a Payment Group booking was a little confusing for two reasons. 1) The default setting of "1" which appeared in the dropdown confused bookers who didn't want to add any guests, who didn't realise that this number of guests would only be added if you clicked the "Add" button. 2) Bookers thought you could add a maximum of 10 guests, and didn't realise you could keep adding guests in further batches of 10.
This has been improved in the following ways:
Defaulting to blank, so no number is visible unless you explicitly decide to add some.
Selected number is automatically added without needing to subsequently click the 'Add' button.
There's now a "More..." entry at the bottom of the list which, when selected, replaces the dropdown with a textbox in which you can type any number you like (up to a maximum of 99).
You can now delete 'blank' guests that you might have added by accident, without first having to type something in the name boxes.
Prevent duplicate names when downloading digital files from the shop. When combining files from multiple sources which have the same name (e.g. you're downloading the score, guitar chords and MP3 for a worship song) these could all end up with the same name in the download tool so that they overwrite each other when you download them. We now append (2), (3) etc to any duplicates.
Option for email not to be sent for ''Deny access to the website, but retain contact info" task. It's now possible to deny an application without sending the user an email. Previously you could only do this by temporarily removing their email address.
Cookie component uses jquery and breaks custom code that also uses jquery. The cookie component now checks whether jquery has already been defined on the page before trying to load it itself. If custom code which uses jquery occurs on the page AFTER the cookie component then the custom code itself will need to check itself whether it should load jquery.
Order Lines ends up as a single line in html emails. Fixed
Unsaved changes warning when saving the organisation profile page. Fixed.
Admin notification - 'Configure notifications' list drops off the page when there are many entries. Fixed.
Document editor bug fixes:
When adding a thumbnail image with a clickable link to the large image the link to the image is placed in the Alt text field under Image info rather than the URL field under the Link info. Fixed.
When adding a 'join a group' hyperlink, the hyperlink wasn't generated in the correct format. Fixed.
The 'black right-pointing pointer' - one of the special characters in the document editor would become a question mark when the document was saved. Fixed
Group summary tab statistics were only visible to users with permission to 'Edit member details'. These statistics can now be seen by users with Membership Manager permissions as these people can already have this information implicitly.
Blue screen when 3D Secure Authentication fails. An error message should be displayed on the screen explaining why authentication had failed. Instead, users were getting the usual Insight error screen and were unable to complete their purchase. Fixed.
Use 'nicknames' consistently across the site. We've tightened this up, so that real names are more consistently replaced with nicknames. The exception to this is that full names can still be displayed in user list components that use mini-layouts.
Error when cloning payment groups. We've fixed what we think is the source of this bug.
User list component not displaying to non-logged-in users. Fixed
Alert box pops up under group picker when moving article to a different group. People don't see the alert and think it's a bug that the group picker hasn't closed. They close the group picker. When they subsequently dismiss the alert that they now see, the browser crashes. This is fixed by ensuring that group picker closes independently of the alert being dismissed.
Selecting document from QuickFind doesn't change tree focus i.e. it doesn't take users to where the document is in the site tree as it used to. While fixing this, we've made some usability improvements to the QuickFind so that it takes the user directly to the selected article, rather than just showing the documents list where the document is – or even, in some cases, just the group summary tab. Fixed.
Odd characters in region dropdown on Technical settings page. Fixed.
Query last run date is GMT instead of site time. Fixed.
Release Notes - 11th June 2012
We've added some features to help with the EU law on cookies and we've fixed some bugs. As always, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact us.
EU Cookie Law
We've added some new features which will help you meet the requirements of the EU cookie law which has just come into force.
We've added two new features to help you comply:
The footer component now has an optional additional link to a Cookies Policy. You can enable this in the module settings in Themes & Layouts.
The Cookies Policy contains some default text which explains the cookies that are in use in Insight. You can edit the text or add your own text in Settings > Users > Cookies Policy.
Cookies Notification Component
This is a simple component that you can add to a layout to alert your site visitors that cookies are in use on your site and link to your cookies policy. The text is configurable and you can style the component as you wish. Once the message is dismissed, a cookie is set so that the message will not be displayed again on that vistor's computer. So you can make the message as big and bold as you like!
Please note that if you use the social bookmarking component that this sets cookies. We have added an option to this module's configuration settings to allow you to prevent it from setting cookies - this is not detrimental to its functionality.
More Document File Types Allowed
We've extended the list of file types which you can upload to your sites to additionally include all Office 2007/2010 file types - .xlsx, .xltx, .dotx, .pptx, .ppsx and .potx.
Dropdown Menus Now Working on iPads and iPhones
Lots of you have asked about this - we've been fiddling for a while to try and make it work, and we think we've got it now! Enjoy.
Order Lines for Digital Items can now be Cancelled
This had previously been prevented on the assumption that if a digital item had been bought then it would have been downloaded. However, there are legitimate cases where you might want to cancel an order for a digital item - for example, a duplicate order, or the customer genuinely ordered the wrong item (or thought they were getting a physical item).
Shop admins can now cancel digital order lines - but of course you should be aware that the item may already have been downloaded.
Another bit of Chrome Support...
Selecting columns in the Query wizard can now be done in the Google Chrome browser. We've been slowly chipping away at features that don't work in Chrome and other browsers - the developers here use Chrome themselves, so we know how frustrating the broken bits are!
We know, too, that what you want most of all is to have the document editor working in Chrome and Safari... this is on its way. If you didn't see our blog post about this, you can read it here.
- Deleting groups that contained large numbers of events took an unbearably long time. We've sped this up.
- Adding a user to a group from the user picker (for example when adding a staff member to an organisation) didn't work. This is fixed now.
- In the Mailing Wizard, when mailing to members of a payment group or staff members, any filters applied from the drop down menus weren't applied. This has been fixed.
- PDF exports from query results didn't work where note field names contained ampersands. They do now.
- If you entered a description longer than 255 characters for a sign up sheet, this caused an error when this sign up sheet is displayed in a rota module. This is fixed.
- You'd get an error if you tried to send a mailing to all of the participants on a rota or sign-up sheet. We've fixed it.
- Registration notes for registrations made through single page payment groups were not appearing on the registration or in queries. This is now fixed.
- "Cost price" was appearing among the options for users to sort shop sections. Choosing it, however, would cause an error. This item has been removed from the drop down. Customers can still legitimately sort a section by retail price.
- On the user record, if the login name was edited to a login that already existed, the error message to explain this was never displayed. This has been fixed.
- Attempting to add a comment to a forum thread when not logged in would result in an error. No more.
- A rather obscure one... on the user record, under Involvement, if a user is involved in an independent group - other than the root group - then you couldn't save their root group membership. Fixed now!
- Under "My Connections" the "Add a Connection" feature is a button instead of a link - to make it more obvious!