Bartosz Sekula
Aug 13, 2019
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New version of Advanced Reviews add-on v0.3.0

In the new version (v0.3.0) of the Advanced Reviews add-on you can find:

  • Ability to remove empty pins
    The authors will be able to remove their comments if no one has replied to them yet
  • Display translated property name for external reviewers
    Previously external users could only see the model property name (defined in C#), from this version they will see the correctly translated display text.
  • A few minor styling enhancements around the `Sliding Panel` - we added a bit more space between the elements and rethinked the layout a bit so that it's easier to navigate and expand/collapse the panel
  • A bugfix of our overlay rendering that would fail to identify the property being clicked on
    With this fix it should be to identify all properties with data-epi-property-name rendered

Release notes for v0.3.0 can be found here:

The nuget is available on the EPiServer nuget feed at:

The next big thing on our roadmap is the support for projects.

In case you missed what Advanced Reviews are all about and why they can be useful then please watch our 8min intro that explains it all:

Advanced Reviews

Or documentation that can be found on our github page

Aug 13, 2019


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