We tagged Pressbooks 4.3.0, Pressbooks Book 1.10.2, Pressbooks Custom CSS 1.0.0, and Pressbooks Publisher 3.1.2 on GitHub yesterday, and we’re deploying them across our hosted networks today. Here’s what’s changed:
NOTICE: Pressbooks 4.3.0 requires WordPress 4.8.1.
NOTICE: Users of the Pressbooks Custom CSS theme must upgrade to Pressbooks Custom CSS 1.0 for compatibility with Pressbooks 4.3.
- [FEATURE] Custom Styles: Navigate to Appearance → Custom Styles on your book’s dashboard to add custom CSS or SCSS to any book theme (see #658, #912, #925, #937, #938, #940, #941, and #942).
- [ENHANCEMENT] Expanded the
licenseproperty of the
/metadataendpoint to include a human-readable license name and custom license text (if present) (see #934 and #936).
- [ENHANCEMENT] Added the book’s short description to the
/metadataendpoint as a
disambiguatingDescription(see #930 and #932).
- [ENHANCEMENT] Clarified errors when trying to clone a book from Pressbooks < 4.1 (see #914and #931).
- [ENHANCEMENT] Renamed several action and filter hooks and deprecated the old versions (see #926).
- [FIX] Fixed an issue which would prevent super administrators without any books on a network from accessing the cloning page (see #913 and #933).
- [FIX] Fixed a regression which blocked the use of custom LaTeX renderers (props to @monkecheese; see #928).
Pressbooks Book 1.10.2
- [ENHANCEMENT] Updated to version 2.1 of pressbooks/mix.
- [FIX] The cover page now displays the subtitle from Book Information as the book’s subtitle, rather than the tagline.
Pressbooks Custom CSS 1.0.0
NOTICE: Pressbooks Custom CSS 1.0.0 requires Pressbooks 4.3.0.
- [ENHANCEMENT] Custom CSS functionality is now included in this theme (see #2).
Pressbooks Publisher 3.1.2
- [FIX] Prevented Pressbooks Publisher’s wrapper from being added to the user catalog page.