Changelog

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  • This release improves the workflows around viewing and changing your subscription. The safeguard requirements are now clearer when deleting accounts and organizations. Various issues around cloning files and linking existing files are also included.

    Features:

    • Improved layout for subscription page.
    • Clearer flow for deleting accounts and organizations.
    • Form submissions are now more resilient.

    Fixes:

    • Linking to existing files no longer using incorrect relative link.
    • Cloning files now uses the configured preferred editor for the containing collection.
    • Cloning files from a different collection you are navigating through now uses the correct configuration.
    • Cloning a file in a collection with a schema configured now correctly uses the cloned file’s contents.
    • Collection title labels in context menus and headings corrected when viewing files from a different collection you are navigated to.
  • This release bring improvements for saving reliability on poor internet connections and better file browser search experience. Also included are a variety of messaging improvements and general fixes.

    Features:

    • Improved saving reliability on poor internet connections
    • Persistent search terms on file browser search experience

    Fixes:

    • Improved error message when failing to load a schema file
    • Fixed error configuring SSL settings for newly added apex domains
    • Fixed issue on subsequent saves for new drafts
    • Fixed issue resizing the Source Editor
    • Fixed issue with the editor save shortcut opening multiple review popups
    • Fixed race condition issue when uploading multiple files with the same name
    • Fixed collection sorting for case sensitive text values
  • Better uploads paths

    29 Aug 2022
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    Minor

    This release improves on our existing custom uploads paths feature. You can now choose where to upload files within a DAM. Setting the uploads path is now more flexible with a new, backward-compatible placeholder pattern that can use more of your data within the paths.

    Features:

    • Improved paths.uploads option to set where new site files upload to. Available globally and per input.
    • New paths.dam_uploads to set where new DAM files upload to. Available globally and per input.
    • New paths.dam_static to set a mount path where new DAM files upload to, but is excluded from the path saved. Available globally and per input.
    • New placeholder style for the paths above.
    • New option in Site Settings / Details to disable browsing for site files when selecting Use Existing File from the editor. This allows you to have a DAM as a single source of files/images/assets for team members.

    Fixes:

    • Fixed some instances of input configuration not applying to Editable Regions.
    • Fixed error handling and instructions when GitHub App is uninstalled from GitHub
  • GitHub App integration

    24 Aug 2022
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    Major

    This release supports integrating with GitHub through GitHub Apps, enabling fine-grained permission on access to repositories and reducing permissions scope.  All existing GitHub integrations will continue to work.

    Features:

    • 🆕 GitHub App integration.
    • Fine grained permission on GitHub repositories access. Only grant access to a limited number of repositories.
    • Reduced the number GitHub permissions required.
    • A new GitHub OAuth will conduct all logins with GitHub. As a result of this upgrade, you might need to authorize your account again.
    • Included are steps to migrate to the new GitHub App integration, found in  Organization Settings > Files > GitHub. Once migrated, a confirmation email will provide a link to revoke any old authentication in GitHub.
    • Input configuration support for array items, through nested selectors (e.g. _inputs.gallery[*]).

    Fixes:

    • Fixed issue not updating tokens when logging in with a storage provider.
    • Fixed error message displayed when failing to authenticate with storage provider.
  • Reduced SSL expiry warnings

    19 Aug 2022
    |
    Minor

    This release reduces the number of emails sent about SSL certificate expiry warnings.  An influx of SSL warnings were recently sent due to a change from the Certificate Authority. Historically, CloudCannon has used HTTP validation to generate wildcard certificates for all connected domain names. Wildcard certificates can no longer be generated with HTTP validation due to a decision by the Certificate Authority/Browser forum. The certificates which were previously generated using this method start to expire on September 1st 2022.

    A number of emails were recently sent to add a TXT record to continue using a wildcard certificate. Since sending these emails we have concluded that only certificates on the apex (e.g. example.com) will need to add this record. A number of emails were sent for subdomain wildcard records (e.g. www.example.com) which should be ignored. If the TXT record is not added by the expiry date, we will fallback to a non-wildcard certificate to keep your site live and secure. We will be reaching out to individuals again with a follow up email. Reach out to support if you have any questions or concerns.

    Fixes:

    • Reduce emails sent for SSL certificate expiry warnings
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