CKFinder 3.4.4 released
We would like to announce that CKFinder 3.4.4 for PHP and ASP.NET has just been published. This is a maintenance release that updates the AWS S3 adapter for the ASP.NET connector, and fixes the FTP adapter for the PHP connector. A few localization updates are included, too.
# CKFinder updates
The most important change touches the ASP.NET connector, which received a new and shiny version 3 of AWS S3 SDK. This update resolves connection issues that might occur when one of the relatively new S3 regions was defined as a CKFinder backend.
The PHP connector received a fix for a small but annoying issue in the FTP adapter. Due to the bug the PHP connector returned malformed file modification timestamps, which resulted in incorrect last file modification dates to be displayed in the CKFinder UI.
Talking about the UI — it received a fix, too! A small issue related to the file selection after the search filter was used is now fixed. For details, please have a look at #361.
# Localization updates
CKFinder 3.4.4 includes updates to the following localizations: Chinese, Dutch, Finnish, Persian.
We would like to thank all contributors who helped us translate the CKFinder user interface — both the CKFinder team and the end-users are really grateful for your help!
The CKFinder localization process goes through a dedicated GitHub repository, so if you would like to help us translate CKFinder into your native language (and get a free license, too!), it will be most appreciated.
See the release notes for a full list of changes.
Download CKFinder now! Also available as a Symfony 3 bundle.
# Reporting issues and feature requests
If you miss anything in CKFinder, have ideas on how CKFinder could be improved, or found a bug, please do not hesitate to report an issue in the CKFinder issue tracker. The tracker is public, so not only can you submit your ideas, but you can also browse existing issues and add your comments there.
All CKFinder licenses come with a year of dedicated support straight from core CKFinder developers. You can also refer to StackOverflow for community support.