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Fixed issues after yesterday's update
This update (293e7d9) brings with it the follow changes:
- CEFR reports to multiple recipients were not allowed. This has now been fixed.
- When editing documents with template code in them, template code could be encoded incorrectly. This should now be fixed.
Reimplemented selector and quiz editor, lots of bugfixes and more
This update (4bed6c98f) brings with it the following changes:
- Unicode control characters are now stripped from plain-text input fields to protect against certain types of injection attacks.
- Added script used to transcode all RIFF WAVE objects to MP3. This script will run regularly to ensure uploaded wave files don't take up too much space.
- Our TinyMCE plugins, the object/container selector and quiz editor, have been refactored extensively.
- The code is now much more understandable and layout has been cleaned up quite a lot.
- Various unimplemented behavior has been removed.
- The template code parser has been made much more robust and simpler, allowing for further improvements in the future. It has also been separated out into a separate TinyMCE plugin.
- Resizing of the dialog windows now expand the appropriate sections properly.
- Popup windows now show up on the same monitor as the main window in multi-monitor setups.
- Styles for these two dialog windows are in the behavior stylesheet, so that they are always available and consistent on any site.
- User interfaces for the plugins are now implemented in the
request_quiz_editor templates, allowing for better localization and more.
- TinyMCE language packs are no longer needed, allowing for somewhat faster loading.
- Quiz editor playback language now defaults to current content language.
- Quiz editor preview feature is now located on the quiz type image instead of a separate button.
- Object selector preview thumbnail no longer generate invalid size warnings because of CSS units.
- The existing HTML5 uploader is used in the object selector which enables drag-n-drop uploading, progress indicator and multiple file upload during file selection.
- The object/container selector is now easier to use from other code. The metadata for the selected element in the selector can now be dispatched to a user-supplied callback function.
- It is now possible to navigate in the object/container selector using the keyboard. Arrow keys, Up/Down, Home/End and Enter/Backspace can be used to navigate the tree with ease.
- The tab pages in the object selector now uses jQuery UI tabs instead of TinyMCE tabs.
- Object selector now uses browser-native color selector.
- There is still an issue in the object/container selector where double-click events are not properly handled on mobile devices. They trigger page zoom instead. This is not a new issue introduced by the refactoring.
- Simplified code in
- Disabling/enabling DOM elements is now done using jQuery
selector request handler now has a boolean variable called
tinymce_mode which is set to true when called from the TinyMCE plugin.
list_log request handler has been converted to use jQuery DataTables plugin, more consistent with other user interfaces. Now allows sorting on date.
- Improved talkbook feature to not require sound files to be present on web worker nodes, simplifying deployment. The talkbook feature can now be automatically tested. Multiple variants of the same word is now made available to code that uses it instead of just the first variant.
- The login page displayed when the anonymous user doesn't have access now always contain a link to the forgotten password page, allowing for easier password recovery.
- Fixed invalid CSS border shorthand syntax.
- An obscure bug when using TT BLOCK constructs together with
process_template() TT function has been fixed.
- Fixed a long-standing layout issue with the
- Adjustment functions that work with the standard layout exit early if DOM elements are not present in the page.
- Added support for Spanish user-interface language properly. It impacted CEFR sites.
- Tables rendered using jQuery DataTables now support Spanish language.
- Tightened the valid email regular expression, avoiding some forms of invalid emails, minimizing mail server errors.
Feature removals / deprecations
- The WebFX ColumnList library is no longer used anywhere, so it was removed.
pf_ordbok TinyMCE plugin was no longer used anywhere. It has been removed.
- Renamed use of
tinymce. This should've been done when migrating from TinyMCE version 2 to version 3.
- The object/container selector UI is no longer implemented using an XSL template. The
list_element XSL template was removed.
- The update metadata on server and create folder features in the object/container selector has been removed. They never did anything.
Fixed issue with formatting of timestamps from database
There was a small issue with formatting of timestamps coming from the database that was not fixed in the update that was deployed yesterday. This should now be fixed with release cde6b8e.
Timestamps now show in correct time zone and more lists are sorted correctly
Today's update (0863168) brings with it the following changes:
- The HTTP request handler
read_config is now accessible by anonymous users when you're fetching global or site configuration. This fixes an issue with DrillPro apps on Servus.
- Talkbook sounds were previously not available to d-bok reader because of a HTTP CORS issue. This should now be fixed.
- All Unicode text input should now be normalized to the NFC form to avoid hard-to-notice comparison bugs.
- A new template handler,
current_timezone is available, which includes the time zone value from the browser (or a default value if not yet set). The default time zone can be set with the global configuration variable
- The test suite can now test job queue and web worker behavior better, allowing for improved code coverage.
- Timestamps are now shown in the time zone the user expects. This is implemented in the template handler
human_date, which is used in most situations to display timestamps. Timestamps generated before this update will show up in the UTC time zone, regardless of what time zone the user uses. The current time zone is now shown in the standard footer template, allowing for easier time zone debugging.
sort_object template handler now supports locale-aware sorting.
unpack HTTP request handler now always dispatches to an async job.
- The job queue has been reimplemented using Redis queue and distributed locking primitives.
Feature removals / deprecations
- The job queue is no longer implemented using Beanstalk, so it has been completely removed.
unpack HTTP request handler no longer supports unpacking archives without using async job.
New image measurement handler, Heap Analytics user tracking added and default permissions warning removed
Today's update (e9988b9) brings with it the following changes:
- New request handler for images was added that make it possible to quickly measure the dimensions of a rectangle in an image which can be used directly in the
findinpicture app. This handler is available in the edit top menu. A copy-to-clipboard button is also available which is focused after a selection is done. Some SVG images are not compatible with this rendering method and can't be properly measured. This issue might be fixed in a later update.
- Added user client-side event tracking using HeapAnalytics.com. This can be selectively enabled for a site by setting the
heap_analytics_id configuration variable.
- When you're creating exercises (app-input objects) it is now possible to quickly look up the app you want to use with the app selector located next to the custom_init input box in the object editor.
list_config request handler has been completely rewritten to use the new
list_config template function.
- When new objects were created a warning about broken default permissions was shown. This should no longer happen if no default permissions are set.
Feature removals / deprecations
- The object attributes
aggregation_level was removed, along with their backing database columns. They have never been used for anything useful. They were removed to save space and decrease user interface complexity.
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