Fixed a bug where the app would not honor system proxy settings when attempting to connect to remote translation services The app will now honor HTTP proxy settings set via standard http.proxyHost, http.proxyPort, https.proxyHost and https.proxyPort system properties
Version 1.3.2 Bugfix release
Removed size limitations for pages submitted to remote services for translation Previous version exhibited some maximum size limitations for pages submitted for machine translations. Pages exceeding these limitations would cause silent failures or unspecific error messages presented to the user. These limitations are removed in the current version, though translating long pages can still take a considerable amount of time.
Example error messages seen when translating very long pages.
Fixed unspecific error messages displayed to the user related to plugin license problems Previously, whenever the plugins license has expired, a vague and misleading error message about an invalid error message is presented to the user. These messages are now more specific about the underlying licensing issue. Unspecific licensing error message removed from this version
Fixed a problem where the first translation submission can intermittently fail In some rare cases, the plugin can silently fail when submitting a page for machine translation for the first time. The underlying problem has been fixed in this version.
Version 1.3.1 Datacenter release
Verified compatibility for Confluence Datacenter Easy Confluence Translator is now tested for compatibility and approved by Atlassian for use on Confluence Datacenter Instances
Implemented full support for Confluence Read Only Mode To comply with compatibility requirements for Confluence Datacenter, Easy Confluence Translator now offers full support for Read Only Mode. See Read Only Mode Support for further information
Version 1.2.0 Feature release
Added support for translation of page titles Page titles are now automatically translated along with the content of the page.
Implemented global permission scheme, allowing administrators to restrict access to individual features by User Group Administrators can now assign permissions to Confluence User Groups globally, allowing them to prevent access by unauthorized users or exercise cost control. See Access Control / Permissions
Fixed a bug where the wrong languages would appear in the users profile settings A language would continue to appear in a users profile settings, if the user previously enabled it, but it was disabled again globaly by an administrator.
Version 1.1.1 Bugfix release
Slight improvments to the user profile settings page Implemented some minor changes to how user settings are displayed, rendering the language selection lists somewhat more organized if many languages are available.
Fixed a bug where user profile settings were not correctly saved and displayed The previous versions would exhibit a bug which could cause inconsistent failures to correctly store user profile settings and re display them later.
Fixed a bug where translating a page could cause some of the white space in the pages content to disappear.
Version 1.1.0 Feature release
Introduced reworked user interface for faster switching and editing of translations. Users can now use a convenient drop down menu on Confluence pages to quickly switch language and enter/exit edit mode, as below.
Added a status indicator in the global configuration page to check connectivity to the Easy Confluence Translator Evaluation Service.
Removed / Disabled Features
Disabled the quick translation button in the page editor due to stability problems. This functionality may be reintroduced in a future release.