The following bugs were fixed in this release.
The Enterprise theme site search widget's search now how collapse in its query, as Fiji previously already did.
When adding new forums to groups with more than 2,000 members, all members are now auto-subscribed. The subscription is offloaded to a dynamic job to reduce wait times.
When using IE8, entering a long string of text in a composer which uses highlighting, it no longer overlaps itself in certain scenarios.
"Show More Comments" links in the Activity Stream widget no longer occasionally incorrectly load comments for the wrong post.
The Add User File widget now displays a specific error, instead of a generic error message.
Updated widget importing, widget reverting, theme importing, and resource importing implementation to be more efficient on large documents. Streamlined UI to only show detailed merge options per widget upon user request but to also always show per-widget count indicators of merge conflicts.
If there is a problem with an XML document or format for a factory default widget or page, the error is now handled gracefully and is logged with the file name in question.
All internal instances of the IE-specific meta tag “X-UA-Compatible” now use IE=Edge to force use of the most current IE render engine available.
Fixed a UTC time conversion issue when querying status messages in search.
The Enterprise theme paging buttons are now consistent sizes.
When tags are added to existing content, such as media gallery pages and wiki pages, the tags are now properly indexed by search. Previously, content with new tags was only reindexed as part of recalculating the Content Quality score change (raised due to an added tag).
Corrected the Featured Content widget to properly style the the last item it displays
Field validation was added for wiki maximum file size; media gallery total storage quota; forum max file size; blog maximum file size; and spam blocker user account size settings. Previously if these fields were saved without an entry, this could result in a yellow screen.
Deleting a forum thread no longer removes its likes, ratings, and tags. Deleting the content is really just moving it to another forum, so the content still exists. This was done to help Analytics properly report on the forum content.
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