Core Platform - Version 2018.11 (2 November 2018)
A new month, a new release. This time around you get a new scoring strategy, some updated security features, and a Scorecard that is easier to read. Plus, we caught a bug while we were at it.
New Scoring Strategy: Minimum
Usually, the Acrolinx Score is the average of your category scores. You now have the option to use the lowest category score as your Acrolinx Score instead. This lets you take a conservative approach, where a low category score can't hide behind high scores in other categories.
You can configure this with the
acrolinxScore.strategy property in your
To set the Acrolinx Score to the minimum category score, set
To reset the Acrolinx Score back to the default average category score, set
Maybe you have some content types that often have confidential content. We’ve added the option to not store analytics data for these content types. This configuration isn't publicly accessible yet, but it'll appear in the Dashboard when the next release comes out in 1 month. If you urgently need this option, please contact your Acrolinx customer representative and they can set it up for you.
Authentication Token Storage Control
By default, the Sidebar stores authentication tokens so that you don’t have to sign in each
time you check a new document. If you don’t want the Sidebar to store authentication tokens, you
can use the property
client.doNotStoreAccessToken in your
Detail Links for Guideline and Spelling Issues
If you're using the Content Analysis dashboard or the Guidance Overview dashboard, you'd probably appreciate a quick overview of spelling and guideline issues. We’ve added new detail links to these dashboards to give you just that. You’re now able to see the contexts and document paths for any guideline and spelling issues.
More Space Between Suggestions in Scorecards
We’ve added more horizontal space between suggestions in the Scorecard. This makes it much easier to read them. Sometimes the little things make a big difference.
Content Profiles Couldn't Recognize Microsoft Word Table Headers and Lists
It wasn't possible to configure Microsoft Word table headers and lists with your Content Profiles. We've fixed this. Now, you can use XPath to refer to these elements.