Confluence 1.3.1 is a maintenance release that fixes some bugs that users may have encountered using Confluence 1.3.
1.3.1 is a free upgrade for all existing Confluence customers.
Who should upgrade?
Confluence 1.3.1 fixes a number of bugs that were found in Confluence 1.3. However, none of the bugs that were fixed were considered critical or likely to cause data-loss. Administrators should only upgrade Confluence if they are affected by (or feel they would be affected by) one of the issues resolved by this release.
Upgrading Confluence should be pretty easy. If you are upgrading from Confluence 1.3, you can find instructions here. We strongly recommend that you backup your
confluence.home directory and database before upgrading!
If you are upgrading from Confluence 1.2.3 or earlier, be sure to read the upgrade instructions in the Confluence 1.3 release notes.
Changes in 1.3.1
See also: Issues Resolved for 1.3.1
- Preferences for hiding or masking email addresses are no longer ignored on some screens – CONF-2352
- The plugin manager will no longer fail with an error when trying to return a plugin to its default state after activating or deactivating it – CONF-2396
- Disabling hot referrers in the referrer manager screen now works as expected – CONF-2397
- The save option has been restored to the comment preview screen – CONF-2321
- Deleting a blog post or a page no longer leaves possible orphaned comments in recent changes lists – CONF-2323
- Also, some edge cases in the setup wizard were fixed, the demonstration content was tidied up, and a few minor UI issues were resolved.