Version 1.8 available for download, supported by a new Chrome extension
It’s been a little over a month but I’ve finally released version 1.8.
This release fixes a handful of bugs (some you probably didn’t even notice), some UI enhancements, a few suggestions put forward by users, and most notably support for the new Chrome extension.
The full changelog reads:
- Option to show comment threads in right pane.
- Added Chrome extension support (download).
- Added option to disable email notifications.
- Administrators can now delete/create projects from front-end when setting is disabled.
- Administrators can now reassign tasks from front-end when setting is disabled.
- Administrators see full project nav on front-end regardless of setting.
- Task Name field is in focus when clicking ‘New Task’ button.
- New Task page in admin shows attachments and improved presentation.
- Improved comment thread presentation.
- Comments, task info and attachments now stay visible when editing a task.
- Fixed client page bug for certain server environments.
- Fixed z-index issue for date picker on new task dialogue.
- Swapped out deprecated function.
- Misc bug fixes.
- Presentation updates.
As always your feedback is welcome.
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