Welcome to the future! This Acrolinx Private Cloud release is the first to introduce our new version naming, which reflects our accelerating development cycle. We've also improved how Acrolinx reads your documents, enhanced security, and added a few tweaks to give you a better user experience.
More Options for Contexts in Word Documents
Good news for Word users! We extended our Word document extraction to recognize if a word is written in a certain font or custom format. This allows you to define more specific contexts in your Content Profiles.
More Secure Terminology Exports
To make your terminology exports more secure, we added some restrictions to the filetype and location options available when exporting terminology.
Hint to Change Default Passwords
If an admin is still using the default password, a great big message will remind them to change it. Obviously no admin will see that message, since they all changed the password already, right?
Extended Attribute Handling in Markdown
Acrolinx can now accurately check image descriptions in Markdown.
New Version Naming
You probably noticed that we're using a new version naming style for this release. Core Platform versions will now be named based on when they were released, like this: year.month. As we speed up our development cycle, this will help you keep track of when we've made changes and improvements.
Changed Default Start Date for Some Analytics Dashboards
The default start date of Analytics dashboards like the Guidance Overview is now set to the first day of a month.
'Duplicate Key' Error
In rare cases, deprecated custom fields caused a duplicate key error. This issue made the Sidebar unusable, so we fixed it.
Scorecard Blocked by Pop-Up Blocker
Sometimes, pop-up blockers stopped the Scorecard from opening in your browser. This can be really annoying, so we overcame this for you.
Two Spelling Issues for the Same Word
We fixed an issue where the Sidebar showed two spelling issues for the same word.
It's OK, you don't need glasses. On high resolution displays our logo was blurry. Your eyes didn't like that, and neither did ours. Now, you can gaze upon our icon in its full high-res glory.
Trailing Slash in Acrolinx URL
In some situations, entering the Acrolinx URL with a trailing slash prevented the Sidebar from connecting to Acrolinx. This will annoy you no longer.
Markdown Parsing Issue
Acrolinx couldn't handle Markdown references (square brackets) that contained a newline followed by spaces. They caused the check to fail, so we fixed this.