MODX Revolution 2.2.12 - Navigation Nag and PHPThumb Fixed

Revolution 2.2.12 was released today. It includes two bug fixes including one affecting the phpThumb library that ships with Revo. In addition, it eliminates the bug with the alert notifying users to confirm navigation to prevent losing unsaved changes. 2.2.12 also includes update language files and copyright updates to 2014.

As this release contains fixes that improve stability and the Manager UX, we recommend upgrading all your sites. If you're using MODX Cloud, this just takes a couple clicks.

Here's what you need to get started or upgrade to MODX Revolution 2.2.12:

Read the complete changelog.

We highly recommend keeping your software up-to-date. If you need help upgrading your site, please contact your website builder or contact a MODX Professional.

MODX is only as good as it is because of many individual community members and users that take the time to report issues and request new features. Make sure you read the documentation, post feedback and share your successes in the MODX community forums.

On behalf of the entire MODX Team,
Thank-you!

About
Jay is the Director of Marketing and Communication. His mission is to spread and grow MODX through our amazing Community, our Partners, media and beyond. He spends a lot of time getting to know the people using MODX and how they use it.  Jay started with MODX while running his small web development and marketing company and has a background in Marketing and Management. He lives with his wife Tracy and daughter Georgia in a small riverside town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.

http://www.jaygilmore.ca


5 Comments


  1. Gauke Pieter
    Feb 20, 2014 at 08:47 AM
    Thumbs up :)

    1. Adam Wintle
      Feb 20, 2014 at 08:50 AM
      Thanks for fixing that very annoying bug with the alert pop-up!

      1. Robert Gissing
        Feb 20, 2014 at 10:18 AM
        Thank you. It's been driving me crazy. Just a suggestion: As you use the text of this blog in the manager dashboard announcement, could you put the date in the body of the text so reading the dashboard makes sense. For example: "Revolution 2.2.12 was released today (19 Feb)" . I know the date is at the bottom of the post, but who scrolls down :-).

        1. Jay Gilmore
          Feb 20, 2014 at 10:45 AM
          Robert,

          Actually, the feed in the dashboard comes from the Forums Announcement Board, however, we should include the post info below the title rather than at the bottom of the feed. That's a great suggestion. Though, you're right, it would be easy enough to just parenthesize the date after the today as you suggest.

          1. warenhaus
            Feb 27, 2014 at 02:38 AM
            yes, please!
            thanks!

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