December Realeases

by | Dec 9, 2014

Ability to handle DITA directly.

Note: To exclude certain contents from extraction, we propose to add an option where the admin can list all tags that shall not be extracted (instead of adding DTD parsing features).


By default, the DITA parser was extracting all DITA elements, except the ones that are excluded by the DITA specifications for the translation. Now, it is possible to specify additional DITA elements we don’t want to translate. To do this, you have to open the DITA configuration you want to customize, enter in the “edit” mode and add new elements you don’t want to translate. This is how it looks like:


Here, we can see the list of default excluded elements, and we can see that the user wants to exclude some custom elements (called “myCustomTag” and “myData”).  This allows users to define some custom tags that they don’t want to translate. Configure email titles

Configure email title line. Now auto generated. This is to enable rules for sending emails to certain folders.


To configure email titles, you first need to navigate to “Settings > Email notifications” and select a type of notifications.

As for the email body, the title can be customized using placeholders. To view the default title templates, just click on the corresponding tab.

Then just click on “Edit” in the right upper corner of the page if you want to change some titles. You can edit them using the placeholders which are available for the body.

When you have finished to edit the titles, you just need to click on “Save”. The system will then use the updated titles when sending emails.


Add ability to create hyperlink buttons on the homepage, e.g., for Flash Trans or link to shared folder.


The custom panel is linked to the user profile. That means that you can create different panels for managers, external workers, external clients, etc.

To create a custom panel, navigate to “Settings > Access right” and select one of the profiles.


There is now a new tab where you can configure that custom panel. Just click on edit and switch to edit mode.


First tick the box to add your custom panel. Then you need to set the title of this panel and of course configure the body. To render the body, you can either type your text directly using the formatting buttons or type html contents. To type html, you first need to click on “</>”.


If you click on it, a new window shows up and you can type HTML there.


When you have saved your custom panel, it will appear on top of the home page.


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