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XWiki 14.4 Release Candidate 1 Released

This release brings extra usability in 2 areas: images can now be searched for inside the WYSIWYG editor (when adding an image), and macros available in extension repositories but not installed are also visible directly from the WYSIWYG editor's Insert Macro feature (and can be installed in one click by admins). As usual, there are also bug & security fixes. ...

XWiki 14.3.1 Released

The XWiki development team is not overly proud to announce the availability of XWiki 14.3.1. This is a bugfix release that covers important issues that we have discovered since 14.3 has been released. ...

XWiki 14.3 Released

This release introduces a new (experimental) image dialog for the WYSIWYG editor and a new administration section to define image styles, with the goal to simplify the insertion and editing of images. On the same topic, the image popover now provides an image permalink and the image lightbox added the ability to copy the image identifier to clipboard to be used as link anchor or to be referenced by wiki macros. Finally, the images (or any files) uploaded through the WYSIWYG editor are not saved right away anymore but, instead, they create temporary attachments that are saved only when the edited content is saved. All these image related improvements, along with a lot of bug fixes, make this release worth trying. ...

XWiki 14.3 Release Candidate 1 Released

This release introduces a new (experimental) image dialog for the WYSIWYG editor and a new administration section to define image styles, with the goal to simplify the insertion and editing of images. On the same topic, the image popover now provides an image permalink and the image lightbox added the ability to copy the image identifier to clipboard to be used as link anchor or to be referenced by wiki macros. Finally, the images (or any files) uploaded through the WYSIWYG editor are not saved right away anymore but, instead, they create temporary attachments that are saved only when the edited content is saved. All these image related improvements, along with a lot of bug fixes, make this release worth trying. ...

XWiki 13.10.5 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 13.10.5. This is a bugfix release that covers important issues that we have discovered since 13.10.4 has been released. Further, it adds a small improvement to the link syntax. ...

XWiki 14.2.1 Released

This is a bugfix release that covers very important issues that we have discovered right after 14.2 has been released. ...

XWiki 13.10.4 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 13.10.4. This is a bugfix release that covers important issues that we have discovered since 13.10.3 has been released. ...

XWiki 14.2 Released

This release add support for attachment usage refactoring when moving or renaming attachments, and introduce the Client-side PDF Export extension, allowing users to export wiki pages to PDF using the browser's print to PDF feature. ...

XWiki 14.2 Release Candidate 1 Released

This release add support for attachment usage refactoring when moving or renaming attachments, and introduce the Client-side PDF Export extension, allowing users to export wiki pages to PDF using the browser's print to PDF feature.
For developers, it is now possible to possible to execute JavaScript code after the page is fully ready. In addition, the custom event propertiesEdit is not stronly typed (i.e., not only strings). ...

XWiki 14.1 Released

The XWiki development team is proud to announce the availability of XWiki 14.1. This release adds support for displaying images from the page content in a lightbox and extends the image syntax to support image captions. The latter requires HTML5, so we added support for HTML5 in various places, such as the HTML Macro, WYSIWYG Editor, rendered diff. For developers, we introduce a new API to perform asynchronous document static analysis, which is currently used to collect mentions from page content or comments, and will be soon used to collect backlinks. Another notable change is the jQuery upgrade, which comes with some API breakages, so please make sure you read the migration notes. ...

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