This release fixes a number of smaller issues and adds new translations.
This bug fix releases addresses a number of smaller issues and regressions, adds four new translations and includes updated libraries. Links in pastes now by default open in a new browser tab or window. The project information text and link is now a configuration option.
Benefits of switching to the new release
We recommend to upgrade 1.3.x instances to address these issues.
We also offer a Docker container that includes the recommended secure setup with the non-essential files and data outside of the web servers document root.
If you have enabled the
fileupload setting and use a custom
cspheader, please consider adding
allow-downloads to the
sandbox property. This lets users of the Google Chrome browser, version 83 or higher, download attachments - inline display of images, media or PDFs files was not affected by this change in Chrome's sandbox behaviour.
Changes since version 1.3.4
- ADDED: Translation for Hebrew, Lithuanian, Indonesian and Catalan
- ADDED: Make the project info configurable (#681)
- CHANGED: Upgrading libraries to: DOMpurify 2.2.7, kjua 0.9.0 & random_compat 2.0.18
- CHANGED: Open all links in new window (#630)
- FIXED: PDF display in Firefox (#630)
- FIXED: Allow pasting into password input dialog (#630)
- FIXED: Display of expiration date in email (#630)
- FIXED: Allow display of durations in weeks (#630)
- FIXED: Avoid exposing burn-after-reading messages from cache (#630)
- FIXED: Only display the dropzone when it should (#630)
- FIXED: Detect delete token properly (#630)
- FIXED: Sanitize output from
- FIXED: Avoid recreation of existing pasteurl element when calling URL shortener (#630)
- FIXED: Downloads in Chrome >= 83 (#634)
- FIXED: Display of empty files (#663)
- FIXED: Improve OpenGraph attributes (#651)
- FIXED: Reset to configured burn-after-reading, discussion and expiration settings (#682)
- FIXED: Italic segment of project information (#756)
Help wanted & greatly appreciated
Apart from the large tasks that require deeper insight and time, there are also smaller issues were help is wanted, topics open to debate and of course many languages that still remain to be translated. We are also still looking for additional long term maintainers among our frequent issue helpers.
If you are interested in helping with any of these points, we have prepared a development guide including design goals, code structure and tools that should get you started.
Plans for future releases
The next regular release will focus on user interface improvements.