Acrolinx Server - Version 4.3.3 (02 June 2016)
There was a problem checking Japanese when running the server on AIX
When running the Acrolinx server on AIX, writers couldn't check Japanese content. The Acrolinx server didn't provide any results. We have fixed this issue and writers can now check Japanese content.
Acrolinx Server - Version 4.3 (31 March 2015)
Acrolinx 4.3 is a minor feature release.
Below, you can find a more detailed list of enhancements and critical bug fixes that we've addressed in this release.
We have made improvements to the following product areas:
- Google Chrome versions 37 or later.
- Apple Safari versions 6.1.2 or later.
Internet Explorer 8
Servers with the version 4.2 and later no longer support this browser version.
Acrolinx 4.3 continues to only support Java 7 in this release. For more information, refer to the FAQ article covering this topic .
For more information about server compatibility, see the Acrolinx Compatibility Guide .
We have added basic terminology support for Portuguese
This release is the first to support basic terminology checking for Portuguese. The method that Acrolinx uses to check Portuguese is simpler than for other languages. It is based on stemming and not on a full morphology. This means that Acrolinx can find all regular inflections of Portuguese words. Irregular word inflections might be missed. You can now check Portuguese text, and Acrolinx will flag the inflected term variants of your preferred and deprecated terms.
Acrolinx only supports terminology checking for Portuguese. We do not yet support checking for style, spelling, grammar, reuse, or voice in Portuguese.
This release fixes several bugs. The following list describes the most important fixes:
Users did not get the option to "Create term" when attempting to add a linked term
On the term edit page, users could link a new term to an existing term but could not create a term in the process. When you click "Add Term", you are supposed to see an option to "Create term..." after you type in the "Search or Create" dialog box. However, this option did not appear as expected. This issue has been resolved and you can again create a term and add it as a linked term in one step.
The Dashboard activity indicator lingered on the screen after users completed a task
When you perform some tasks in the Dashboard, such as batch editing terms, the Dashboard briefly displays an activity indicator to show that something is happening. Sometimes, when users batch edited terms, the activity indicator did not go away and lingered on the screen long after the task was finished. This issue has now been resolved, and the activity indicator goes away when it's supposed to.
In some circumstances, translators couldn't add a translation of a source term
This issue occurred when a translator was restricted to editing terms in their own language. For example, suppose that a German translator browses in English, and wants to add the German translated term to the English term. Their Acrolinx privileges didn't allow them to add a translation the English term. Translators should be allowed to add translations to source terms so we fixed this issue. Translators still can't change terms that are not in their assigned language, but they can add translations to terms in the source language.
Acrolinx could correctly import CSV files with translations for terminology
If you have exported a CSV file from the Terminology Manager, and have added extra translation columns, you can use the option "CSV (Translations only)" to import the new translated terms into existing term entries. However, in the last Acrolinx version, this did not work because Acrolinx could not map identifier fields to the database. This issue only occurred in Acrolinx version 4.1. This issue has been resolved and you can now import CSV files with translations again as expected.
Weighting of category scores does not work correctly
The Acrolinx quality score that you see on the Acrolinx Scorecard is an average of your individual category scores. Category scores tell you how well you did in each of the quality categories such as spelling or style. You can configure a quality category such as spelling so that issues in this category count more towards the quality score than issues in any other category. However, since Acrolinx server version 4.0, this setting does not work correctly and weighting has little effect on the quality score.