1 November 2010
Confluence 3.4.1 is a bug-fix release. The full list of fixes is at the bottom of this page. Here are the highlights:
- Edit in Word on Windows 7. This release fixes a problem where the 'Edit in Word' functionality did not work on Windows 7. Before this fix, opening a Confluence page as a Word document would cause the document to be loaded in read-only mode for users running Windows 7.
- Word wrap for long words in PDF exports. A bug caused long words, or text without spaces, to be cut off in PDF exports. This is now fixed, so that long words are wrapped onto the next line. This is particularly relevant for languages where text does not contain spaces, such as Chinese and Japanese.
Don't have Confluence 3.4 yet?
Take a look at the new features and other highlights in the Confluence 3.4 Release Notes.
Upgrading from a previous version of Confluence should be fairly straightforward. Please read the Confluence 3.4.1 Upgrade Notes. We strongly recommend that you back up your
confluence.home directory and database before upgrading.
Updates and Fixes in this Release
|CONF-21084||Plugin Administration Page link should point to UPM rather than legacy plugin manager||Resolved||Fixed|
|CONF-21099||XSS vulnerability in Attachments macro||Resolved||Fixed|
|CONF-21098||XSS vulnerability in Code macro||Resolved||Fixed|
|CONF-18174||Edit in word read only in Windows 7||Resolved||Fixed|
|CONF-20712||Episodic Videos not working with widget connector||Resolved||Fixed|
|CONF-16833||Long words fail to wrap in PDF exports||Resolved||Fixed|