Release Notes

Easyling Release Notes December, 2021

Happy new year! I hope your holidays were just as fabulous as mine. The first half of December was rather productive for our team. We purchased all the Christmas gifts for the holiday season, fixed a few bugs in the proxy and added a great new feature: Mass link replacement. Read the details after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes November, 2021

This month was dominated by the cold hard reality: it’s the winter and everything is cold and hard. In addition to that, we had a few bugs to squash. This was our main focus this month. We improved the Workbench, the Dropbox integration and added a few features to CREST, our improved JavaScript-based translation solution. This allowed us to make it the default JS solution for new projects as well. Read the full article for the details!

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Easyling Release Notes October, 2021

Release notes are never late, nor are they early, they arrive precisely when they are meant to.

Either Gandalf or a member of our support team, I’m not entirely sure.

This month, we focused on Machine translation and improved it significantly. Read more about this and the other smaller features we added after the jump!

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Easyling Release Notes September, 2021

Autumn is here, it’s beautiful and I’m recycling the intro from last September’s release notes. While it feels like the pandemic is mostly over around here, we spent most of our time indoors due to bad weather. The good news is that we can keep adding features to Easyling without distractions. The main new feature we added is the option to edit Snapshots. We also released tons of bugfixes Read the full article for the details!

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Easyling Release Notes August, 2021

August is usually the time when everyone goes on holiday and it was just like that with us. At one point, over a third of the team was out of office. However, that can’t stop us! This month we released a couple of cool things. You can now exclude specific HTML elements from translation and we improved our client-side translation option, CREST. See the details after the jump!

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