CKEditor 3.6.4 for Java & ASP.NET Released
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Unfortunately, CKEditor 3 is no longer with us. RIP ❤️
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We are happy to announce the latest release of CKEditor for the Java and ASP.NET platforms. CKEditor 3.6.4 is a maintenance release, which follows the latest major release of our flagship product, CKEditor 3.6. It includes several dozen fixes and enhancements that should make working with CKEditor smoother than ever before.
The full list of changes is available on the What's New? page. Here is a short overview of selected bug fixes included in the last release:
- fixed pasting issues in Webkit browsers;
- improved support for Compatibility View in Internet Explorer;
- solved a couple of issues related to working with lists;
- further accessibility improvements.
Google Chrome Fix
This release also fixes a Chrome 20 bug that makes it impossible to display the CKFinder popup in this browser after you click the "Browse Server" button in the editor. Please note that this problem does not occur in any other browser. After being fixed in Chrome 19 this issue reappeared in the latest stable version of Chrome, so we have applied a more generic patch for this browser, which should solve this issue forever.
Last year we introduced a new localization tool, the CKEditor UI Translation Center that is hosted at Transifex. CKEditor 3.6.4 is another release that shows the effects of the new process and we are really happy to see how successful it was. This release contains updates to the following languages: Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Esperanto, Estonian, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Vietnamese. We would like to thank all our dedicated translators without whom this would never have been possible!
If you see that some localizations could still be enhanced, do not hesitate to join us now! We strive to provide CKEditor users all around the world with as many complete localized editor versions as possible.
Check out the What's New? page for the full list of changes.
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