Released on August 24th 2023.
Markdown files support, thanks to Anders Kaplan.
Category can now organize components within a project.
Fluent format now has better syntax checks thanks to Henry Wilkes.
Inviting users now works with all authentication methods.
Docker container supports file backed secrets, see Passing secrets.
Plurals handling in machine translation.
Unchanged translation check now honors placeholders even in the strict mode.
Reused translation is no longer triggered for languages with a single plural form.
WebP is now supported for Visual context for strings.
Avoid duplicate notification when a user is subscribed to overlapping scopes.
OCR support for non-English languages in Visual context for strings.
XLIFF now supports displaying source string location.
Rendering strings with plurals, placeholders or alternative translations.
User API now includes last sign in date.
User API token is now hidden for privacy reasons by default.
Faster adding terms to glossary.
Added indication of automatic assignment to team listing.
Users now have to confirm invitations to become team members.
Formatted strings can now check all plural forms with the
Checks and fixups browsing experience.
Highlight differences in the source string in automatic suggestions.
Visual diff now better understands compositing characters.
User names handling while committing to Git.
Language filtering in Translation progress reporting.
Reduced false positives of Reused translation when fixing the translation.
Fixed caching issues after updating screenshots from the repository.
Python 3.9 or newer is now required.
Several UI URLs have been changed to be able to handle categories.
Please follow Generic upgrade instructions in order to perform update.
There are several changes in
settings_example.py, most notable is changes in
SOCIAL_AUTH_PIPELINE, please adjust your settings accordingly.
Several previously optional dependencies are now required.
The database upgrade can take considerable time on larger sites due to structure changes.