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Scrivito JS SDK 1.24.1 Bugfix Release

Bugfixes

  • Editing multi-value attributes

    In version 1.24.0, attributes of the multienum type, by means of which editors can select several values from a set of options, were not always displayed after a change. Now, all changes are reflected properly.

  • In searches, date values close to the current date are rounded

    In version 1.24.0, we improved the performance of searches by date values. This optimization covered too many cases, which lead to unexpected outcomes. The speed enhancement is now limited to the most relevant queries only: Searches by the current date.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by these issues.

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