3 weeks after releasing Typo 5.4.1, and only 1 month after releasing
Typo 5.4, we’re happy to release Typo 5.4.2, an important bugfix
release. Don’t expect many feature here, even though we thought about
some of them, it’s really a bugfix, and nothing else.
Typo 5.4.2 is avaliable as a source package on Rubyforge
, or as a gem from Gemcutter.
We’ve split the attachments between images and non images assets.
Provided you’re using the simple editor, you can now use a fancy
images carousel and insert your images in your text within a single
click. This comes with a nice set of thumbnails.
Finally, the long awaited “forgot my password” link is here. It will
send you a new password whenever you lose yours. Cool isn’t it?
We’ve also done some optimization in the way Typo sends assets and
them faster to load. RSS generation has also been fastened up.
A bug screwing up the editor when switching from simple to visual,
causing users to lose their content when switching. Fixing that is a
good reason to release today in itself.
A bug preventing your registration email to go when creating your
account, making you lose your password unless you change it manually
before logging out.
Fixed a security issue making the user passwords to be logged in
clear in the application logs.
Fixed a bug causing CKEditor to crash under MS Windows due to the
lack of symlinks on windows.
That’s all folks. See you in a while for our next update!
We hope you enjoy your Typo experience,
Your Typo team