Released on January 29th, 2018.
Fluid Topics 3.4 now relies on AFS v7.9, the last major version of the Antidot Platform in order to improve performances, and is based on a new design for a better user experience.
Fluid Topics comes with the new features listed in the following table:
My Library was redesigned to centralize users' resources.
In addition to Personal Books, My Library now includes two more categories:
DITA Processing Pipe
Search Results page
It is now possible to customize clustering on search results across sources through a custom metadata element to provide in the content: ft:clusterId.
Note: The ft:clusterId parameter is supported by DITA, UD, and Custom connectors (through the API v2).
Look & Feel
Redesigns My Library page template so that it can gather Bookmarks, Personal Books, and Alerts.
Adds a pager for Bookmarks in My Library interface.
Adds a pager for Alerts in My Library interface.
Provides a new and refined version of the portal header.
Improves Personal Book-related pop-up windows:
SSO Connection Interface
Fixes an issue where the SSO button was not correctly displayed when moused over.
Fixes an issue where Alerts in My Library would be played in the current search language instead of their saved languages.
Fixes an issue where, when switching to coupled mode, the portal would return a 500 error when a search language did not have a matching UI language.
Fixes an issue where, in coupled mode, search language drop-down menu would display languages that were not available in content.
Fixes an issue where some language names were incorrect.
Fixes an issue where an Admin user would see the Developer role assigned to other users.
Fixes an issue where MP4 videos were not displayed correctly when using the Apple Safari browser.
Content Access Right Management
Fixes an issue where the article facets were ignored from available facets to bind in the Content Access Right interface.
Fixes an issue where the DITA-OT catalogs could not be retrieved through the contrib path anymore.