News: Gliffy to Debut Confluence Plugin Enterprise Edition at the 4th Annual Atlassian User Conference

By Annie Gladue-Latham on May 30, 2012 in Latest & Greatest

Gliffy to Debut Confluence Plugin Enterprise Edition at the 4th Annual Atlassian User Conference Gliffy diagramming tool adds capability to turn Microsoft Visio files into living, collaborative diagrams for sharing within the Atlassian Confluence wiki SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., May 30, 2012 – Gliffy, a leading provider of online diagramming tools for enabling visually impactful, collaborative communications,…

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Gliffy Confluence Plugin v4.5 Release Notes

By Eric Chiang on May 29, 2012 in Latest & Greatest

Finally we’re implementing our #1 requested feature: Visio Import! This new feature requires an upgrade to the Enterprise License tier (Upgrade here!). Also, we’ve simplified the way administrators enter in their license key. One simple key will now activate your license (rather than entering in many different values). If you already have an existing Gliffy…

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Gliffy Confluence Plugin v4.2.4 Release Notes

By Eric Chiang on May 18, 2012 in Latest & Greatest

This release resolves some critical issues with open file handles created by the plugin as well as some issues with Gliffy in a comment field. Bug [GCONF-352] – Add->Gliffy Diagram does not add diagram as expected [GCONF-358] – User requires membership in confluence-administrators group in order to be able to edit Gliffy diagrams in comment…

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Gliffy Confluence Plugin v4.2.3 Release Notes

By Eric Chiang on May 03, 2012 in Latest & Greatest

This is a bug fix release that addresses the use of Gliffy within the Confluence 4.2. This also addresses issues for customers using Apache modepagespeed. Bug [GCONF-347] – Export Space to PDF throws Exception [GCONF-350] – Recommended in Confluence Emails contain java.lang.ClassCastException: com.atlassian.confluence.util.ConfluenceMockServletRequest [JCOM-49] – ClientResourceAction does not set content-type on response

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Reducing the risk of moving to HTML5

By Chris Kohlhardt on Apr 20, 2012 in Stories
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In case you didn’t see, I recently penned a guest blog post on the Atlassian developer blog about mitigating the risks of migrating to HTML5 away from Flash. There are many risk factors related to re-writing software, and normally we’d avoid doing something so dramatic, but in this case we feel like we have no…

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