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Improvements and bugfixes

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โœจ Notable changes

  • A document that has references to it will now clearly indicate this with a differently colored header/footer, as well as with a link symbol. Additionally, prior to publishing a referenced document, a confirmation dialog will indicate that the change might affect referencing documents
  • Added support for the presence feature when not using cookies for authentication
  • Dependencies upgraded for the Portable Text Editor, fixing issues where Chrome would be reported as missing beforeInput- support after Chrome went above version 100. This broke spellchecking in Chrome and degraded performance
  • Updated UI of dashboard feeds

๐Ÿ› Notable bugfixes

  • Fixes rare occurring bug in the Portable Text Editor where it would stop producing patches due to non-updated instance props
  • Fixes issue where the newest get-started templates did not include a gitignore file
  • Fixes a potential error when trying to access a file that does not exist
  • Fixes issue where field validation tooltips would sometimes be cut off when inside of modals
  • Fixes an issue where exporting certain old assets would fail because of an md5 mismatch
  • Fixes an issue where the unpublish dialog would use the term "delete" instead of "unpublish" in the confirm dialog
  • Fixes a few warnings from being printed when navigating the dashboard
  • Fixes an issue where documents with a large amount of references would sometimes fail to be published because of a failing request
  • Fixes an issue where a stray margins property would be passed to a div-element (thanks @KittyGiraudel!)
  • Fixes a few typos in the pets project template (thanks @nick-krantz!)Upgrade the Command Line Interface (CLI) with:

Published August 12, 2022