The initial setup wizard now concludes in the group created during the process
There is a new onboarding topic on how to invite new users
If a user is member one group only, the group overview screen is no longer shown
Changes & Optimizations
On Mac computers the AFP protocol can now only be used for TimeMachine backups, not for Protonet file access via Finder. SMB has been the standard for Finder integration since SOUL 2.5. How to connect via SMB is shown on the SOUL help page.
Files in the preview screen are now sorted like they are in the containing folder
The description how to connect to the Protonet server using Windows Explorer has been updated reflecting latest Windows version
A SOUL API link is now displayed in the browser’s developer console
We removed the Send button for mobile devices in any chats which was introduced in SOUL 2.12. It led to comfortability issues for users with touch screen devices who could no longer send messages via keyboards.
Now pressing the return key on the keyboard acts like before: Enter sends the message instead of doing a line break. Keyboard users can still use Shift + Enter for doing line breaks.
A change in latest Safari webbrowser lead to any user avatars were being shown as if they were online. Now offline users are being shown in grey again.
WebDAVconnections no longer fail in 3rd-party apps like GoodReader in case there are files with a file size of 0 bytes
Downloads via public links in Protonet solutions running with a custom domain or DynDNS address no longer fail
The last-modified date of uploaded files does now reflect the viewers timezone instead of the one set on the Protonet server
Files with the ending PDF are no longer being downloaded automatically