Fabrik 1.0.2 released

First of all let me say how excited I've been during the couple of weeks getting to know all the people out there using Fabrik, and giving such great feed back.

We've released Fabrik 1.0.2 (along with a patch to upgrade from previous versions) on the forge for download. This is purely a bug fix release, and I recommend upgrading.

Here's what's changed since Fabrik 1.0.1:

Added:

  • Spanish translation - Special thanks to Raxa

fixed:

  • Improvements to the receipt email code
  • Search forms posting data to a table view were not filtering the data.
  • edit link appearing in table view when rights insufficient.
  • Add button not appearing when access set to public and signed in as super admin
  • Ordering of database join elements in table view
  • Default table template set to "standard.html" rather than "standard-groupby.html"

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Fabrik 1.0.1 released

We've had a hectic week launching Fabirk 1.0, answering forum posts and finishing off the documentation for subscription members, and to top it all I've released Fabrik 1.0.1

This is a maintainance release but I have managed to fit in one new feature; improved access levels for viewing/editing/deleting tables and their records. You can now choose to set these access levels to any group, e.g. author, publisher, super administrator etc.

More importantly we've fixed most issues raised in the forum during the last week.

  • Creating and editing validation rules now work
  • The bug: error "Fatal error: Class fabrik_csv_import: Cannot inherit from undefined class fabrik_import in" has been fixed
  • When receiving email receipts: data collected from database joins, drop downs and radio buttons now shows the label rather than the key
  • The error: Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in ../components/com_fabrik/fabrik_groups.class.php on line 170 has been fixed
  • Exporting and importing of tables both via packages and CSV has been fixed

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