19 April: Small improvements and bug fixes

We’ve made some small but useful improvements to the app, and squashed some pesky bugs as we prep for a bigger release coming soon.

➕ Improved

  • You’ll now see a placeholder title and a cursor when you create a new H1, H2 and H3 block to make it easier to visualize how you content will look on the page.

  • You’ll now see a warning if you try to reload your page when your changes haven’t yet automatically saved.

  • We’ve improved the way that file columns render in tables within published content, so your files should look great however you display them.

  • We now support GitHub-flavored Markdown in OpenAPI specifications, so you can edit your content more easily through Git Sync.

🔧 Fixed

  • Fixed a bug that meant the horizontal scrollbar in tables wasn’t usable in some browsers.

  • Fixed an issue that could cause the editor to crash when the integrations side panel loaded.

  • Fixed various types of OpenAPI schema setups that didn’t parse or displayed incorrectly in published content.

  • Fixed a bug that could make diff view persist outside of a change request.

  • Fixed a bug that meant anchor links were just linking to the top of the page, rather than the anchor.

  • Fixed an issue that caused some images to overflow inside cards in published spaces.

  • Fixed a bug which caused the customization preview to be outdated after you hit Save.

  • Fixed a bug that prevented page feedback not being captured in some cases.

  • Fixed a bug that put the cover image in published content in the wrong position.

  • Fixed an issue with integration installation permissions that caused an Install button to appear on already-installed integrations.

  • Fixed an issue that caused published pages with a lot of code blocks to crash.

  • Fixed an issue that could cause some embedded content to be cut off on the page.

  • Fixed a bug that meant searching in a space that was part of a published collection wouldn’t lead to the right URL.

  • Fixed an issue that showed the cookie prompt too often for some cookies.

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