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10.1.3 is here! This minor release includes various bug fixes and a few new features. Please see the list below for some notable fixes:
- Improved editor load time
- Corrected an issue when trying to navigate cursor within search field
- Corrected an issue causing page view count to incorrectly increment (his addresses future increments, though is not retroactive).
- Corrected an issue causing links to fail when referencing multiple tags that have define pages.
- Addressed a rare issue where performing an advanced search would redirect the user to the home page.
- Resolved a cosmetic issue where a user's configuration within the Control Panel was not displaying group membership.
In addition, 10.1.3 adds the following new features!
- Support for HTML5 content elements
- Pagination for @api/deki/pages
To upgrade* your installation, please visit our upgrade documentation for further details. In addition, you can download the following packages:
Within Linux environments, upgrading to MindTouch 10.1+ from any previous version will require a Mono upgrade to Mono 2.10.2. Failure to do so will result in the API crashing; this latest version of MindTouch does require Mono 2.10.2. Please refer to the upgrade documentation referenced above for further details on upgrading your Mono installation within Linux environments.
In the meantime, there is one important note with 10.1. On Linux installations, an upgrade of Mono 2.10.1 is required (note that Mono 2.10.2 is compatible as well). Mono 2.10.1 is backwards compatible with MindTouch 10.x, so in preparation for our upcoming release you can get a head start by upgrading your Mono version. That way, you’ll be all ready for the latest and greatest from MindTouch on launch day.
To upgrade Mono on CentOS/RHEL simply follow this documentation.
To upgrade Mono on Debian/Ubuntu (use this for your pre-packaged MindTouch VM) simply follow this documentation.
…stay tuned for more details on MindTouch 10.1.
Are you looking to configure MindTouch to use Gmail for external SMTP purposes? This can be performed, though Google does require a specific SSL certificate to do so. For more information on configuring Gmail for external SMTP, please take a look at our documentation here.
Have questions? Please feel free to contact our Support department by visiting our Support Portal.
Having trouble loading Recent Changes? While Recent Changes is a helpful tool providing users with a global view of recent activity, it requires an expensive query on the back end of MindTouch. Every time the page is loaded, the database must be queried, and a diff is processed between the latest change and the last revision.
To help with the processing of this function, we have implemented an optional caching configuration for Recent Changes. This configuration should take a few moments to set in place, and will provide caching of diffs between revisions, as well as overall caching for the changes listed on the page. Ultimately, you should see increased performance when loading Recent Changes. For more exact steps on this process, please take a look at the documentation here.
Have questions? Please feel free to contact our Support Department for further assistance.