Patch Day 2016-03-13

  • We have just released new versions of our products:

    • Burning Board 4.1.10 (stability release)
    • WoltLab Blog 2.1.4 (stability release)
    • WoltLab Calendar 2.1.2 (stability release)
    • WoltLab Filebase 2.1.2 (stability release)
    • WoltLab Gallery 2.1.2 (stability release)
    • WoltLab Community Framework 2.1.10 (stability release)


    Stability releases (also known as "minor releases") aim to solve existing problems in the current version. Like every stability release, they do not introduce new features; It is strongly recommended to apply these updates.

  • Updating an existing installation (recommended)


    Open your Administration Control Panel and navigate to System > Packages > List Packages. Please click on the button Search for Updates located in the right corner above the package list.


    Updating an existing installation (alternative)


    Navigate to the Download list in our customer area, select the appropriate version and click the Download Update button. Open your Administration Control Panel and navigate to System > Packages > List Packages. Click on the tab Upload package and select the previously downloaded files and upload them one by one, the order does not matter.

  • Please be aware that the list below does not cover every single change, certain minor fixes (e.g. typos) are left unnoticed.


    Previously minified JavaScript-files were processed by YUI compressor; Starting with this patch day these and future updates will ship JavaScript-files compressed by UglifyJS2. This does not change the behavior, but will result in slightly smaller files and in some cases minor performance improvements.



    Burning Board 4.1.10

    • Resolved a few issues related to threads created from RSS feeds
    • List of moderators per forum sometimes displayed wrong users (display issue)
    • Editing a post without changing the message no longer adds an entry to the version history
    • Resolved some issues related to attachments and inline editing
    • Merging users did not update the username for created content

    WoltLab Blog 2.1.4

    • An empty sidebar was displayed for empty blogs
    • Improved checks when attempting to delete a blog
    • Merging users did not update the username for created content

    WoltLab Calendar 2.1.2

    • The first week of a year was sometimes wrong
    • Merging users did not update the username for created content

    Calendar Event Threads 2.1.2

    • Internal changes / bumped version number

    WoltLab Filebase 2.1.2

    • Added proper validation of available currencies
    • Merging users did not update the username for created content

    Filebase Support Threads 2.1.1

    • Internal changes / bumped version number

    WoltLab Gallery 2.1.2

    • Improved handling of very large images
    • Merging users did not update the username for created content
    • Fixed an issue with rotated images being incorrectly displayed

    User Conversation System 2.1.5

    • Merging users did not update the username for created content

    Importer 2.1.8

    • XenForo 1.x
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    • Error handling of malformed data had an unwanted side-effect

    [*]vBulletin 3.x/4.x

    • Embedded attachments were not always recognized
    • Properly handling data that was encoded for no sane reason

    [*]Invision Power Board 3.x

    • Fixed a few issues related to encoding and bbcodes

    [*]phpBB 3.x

    • Added support for passwords hashed with bcrypt

    [/list]Moderated User Groups 2.1.3

    • Merging users did not update the username for created content
    • Line breaks were incorrectly handled when displaying the description

    WoltLab Community Framework 2.1.10

    • Removed share count for Twitter widget (no longer supported by Twitter)
    • Fixed an issue with hidden option categories when searching in ACP
    • Resolved an issue related to user option conditions during user bulk processing
    • Fixed an issue with automatic user group assignments
    • Fixed a few issues related to the editor, quotes and pasting from text processors
    • ImageViewer sometimes displayed the wrong image