Acrolinx for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) - Version 4.7 (21 March 2016)
This is a minor release but it also includes a few other improvements, bug fixes, and updates.
Also, if you've read the plug-documentation before, you might be accustomed to visiting our old infocenter at "infocenter.acrolinx.com". While older versions of the documentation are still there, we've moved the latest documentation to the sections Installing and Upgrading Acrolinx in Your Web Application and Using Acrolinx in your Editor - Classic Edition in this help center.
Rebranded Acrolinx Logo and Icons
We've updated all icon images and the Acrolinx logo that appear in the product.
We've removed the documentation that's packaged with the Plug-in
We've removed the documentation that's packaged with the AEM plug-in. Now, when you select "Help" in the AEM plug-in, you'll be taken to the article Using Acrolinx in your Editor - Classic Edition in this help center.
Developers can read the instructions for installing and configuring Acrolinx for AEM in the article Integrating Acrolinx Checking Tools in this help center.
We want to make sure that you get the most up-to-date help so that's why we take you to the online help center. If you have writers who need offline help, you can click the PDF button at the top of an article. Download the PDF and distribute it to the writers who need to access the information offline.
Acrolinx for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) - Version 4.5.1 (5 November 2015)
This release includes a few functionality enhancements and bug fixes.
The user documentation hasn't been changed.
Acrolinx Replaced Some AEM Files during Installation of Plug-in Files
If you installed Acrolinx version 4.5 and you customized the AEM files in your environment, Acrolinx replaced some of these files during the installation. We've corrected the installer so with this update Acrolinx adds any required changes to existing AEM files instead of replacing them. You can now use Acrolinx in your customized AEM environment without losing your customizations.
Acrolinx for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) - Version 4.5 (15 October 2015)
This release includes a few functionality enhancements and bug fixes. We've also dropped support for the previous incarnation of AEM "Adobe CQ".
We've added support for 6.0 and 6.1 and removed support for Adobe CQ 5.5, 5.6
We now support the latest versions of AEM. By dropping support for older versions, we can continue to focus our resources on improving the Acrolinx experience for these newer versions.
The plug-in now supports server notifications
In Acrolinx On-Premise, administrators can add notifications that are displayed for the plug-in users. This feature is now also available in Acrolinx for Adobe AEM.
We improved the UI of the corrections dialog
We improved the usability of the corrections dialog. For example, writers now get a better overview of the issues their currently correcting.
We added more configuration options to improve text selection
When configuring Acrolinx, administrators must select and configure the components that Acrolinx extracts text from. We've added several options to give administrators more fine-grained control over this text selection process.
For example, you can now select text from nested content structures as opposed to the previous flat content structure. Also, you can now exclude specific text attributes from checks.
The plug-in didn't remove markers when using the corrections dialog
When writers use the corrections dialog, Acrolinx adds internal <span> elements to mark text. However, these markers weren't correctly removed when writers applied the corrections. This issue has been resolved.
The scorecard wasn't displayed after the check
Sometimes, the scorecard wasn't displayed after writers ran a check. This issue has been resolved.
When applying corrections, Acrolinx didn't preserve the text formatting
When writers applied their corrections, it was possible that Acrolinx didn't preserve the formatting of the text. This issue has been resolved.
Acrolinx didn't correctly extract assigned SEO keywords
Instead of the keywords, Acrolinx extracted the name of the tag that contained the keyword. This issue has been resolved.
The scorecard didn't display the scrollbar
The scorecard displays a lot of information, and might be larger than the screen. However, it was possible that the scorecard didn't display the scrollbar necessary to scroll through the page. This issue has been resolved.
When using checking profiles, writers had to open the options before they could start a check
This issue has been resolved.