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Release Notes

Listed below are the release notes for the various versions of the URL Shortener. If you have identified an issue that is not listed here then please check out the FAQ, Support Area or contact us directly.

Release notes are available for the following public releases:


URL Shortener for SharePoint v2.1
 

Read the announcement to see what is new in this version.
 

#772 - Text for Newly Added features is displayed in English only.

The user interface elements and error messages related to the newly added features have not yet been translated to languages other than English and Dutch. For all other languages the English text is displayed as a placeholder.
 


URL Shortener for SharePoint v2.0.0.7 - v2.0.1.8
 

Read the announcement to see what is new in this version.
 

#772 - Text for Newly Added features is displayed in English only.

The user interface elements and error messages related to the newly added features have not yet been translated to languages other than English and Dutch. For all other languages the English text is displayed as a placeholder.
 


URL Shortener for SharePoint v1.1.0.1
 

Read the announcement to see what is new in this version.
 

#556 - In document libraries Short URLs point to dispform.aspx rather than the actual file

When using the context menu to create a Short URL to a file in a document library, the short URL points to dispform.aspx (view properties) rather than the actual file.

This behaviour is by design as it allows the person accessing the URL to choose to open or edit the document from this screen. A future version of the software will make it possible to choose to link to either the actual file or dispform.aspx.
 


URL Shortener for SharePoint v1.0.2.0
 

Read the announcement to see what is new in this version.
 

#556 - In document libraries Short URLs point to dispform.aspx rather than the actual file

When using the context menu to create a Short URL to a file in a document library, the short URL points to dispform.aspx (view properties) rather than the actual file.

This behaviour is by design as it allows the person accessing the URL to choose to open or edit the document from this screen. A future version of the software will make it possible to choose to link to either the actual file or dispform.aspx.