Incident in Gitbook
9 months ago

GitBook improvements

Minor
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MONITORING at 10/16/2021 08:07AM

A few more fixes: - PDF Export would not work in spaces published with shareable link - Visitors of a public space would appear in app - gibookt.io paths are now deprecated when a custom domain is being used - Show warning instead of crashing when a referenced page does not exist - Fixed an issue with search not working under certain circumstances - Normalize revisions to prevent crashes when content is invalid - Submitting login page without an email would crash the app - Fixed mass highlight of links in tables when hovering over one - Fixed code blocks hiding first characters of each line

MONITORING at 10/15/2021 07:39AM

Latest improvements: - Improved how we handle very large spaces - Fixed an issue where you couldn't set a custom domain in some plans - Confirmation dialog when changing the visibility of a space - Fixed a SAML issue where you couldn't set a default role for folks joining your organization - We now show API blocks in page outline when they are created manually - Fixed a Git sync issue with GitLab - Fixed an issue with image filenames that had spaces - Eliminated another case where public content would flash - Fixed Git sync error when parsing empty liquid tags - Fixed a problem with navigating from search results to the page

MONITORING at 10/14/2021 05:58PM

Organizations — Teams weren't showing in permissions so that you could select them. A migration has just started running to fix this.

MONITORING at 10/13/2021 12:58PM

- Fixed an issue where startup and legacy customers were not seeing the correct feature set. - Fixed SAML login and navigation issues - Fixed an issue where some users couldn't log in - Fixed last modified date displayed on pages - Fixed favicon related issues - Fixed image displaying and resizing issues - We now validate email addresses during log in - Improved plans table in organization settings to include the community plan - Fixed old organizations on the community plan to have the same set of features as before - More improvements and fixes for Git sync - Fixed bold header colors in public spaces - Properly sizing space titles to not exceed thumbnail width - Fixed an issue where soft-deleted spaces would still show in some areas of the app

MONITORING at 10/12/2021 10:40AM

- Fixed errors caused by broken swagger blocks - Fixed a visual issue with wide logos exceeding the designated area

MONITORING at 10/12/2021 10:26AM

We fixed a Git sync issue that would prevent you from syncing changes. We also fixed an issue with text not wrapping properly (was wrapping in the middle of words).

MONITORING at 10/12/2021 10:22AM

We are continuing to monitor for any further issues.

MONITORING at 10/12/2021 08:38AM

We are opening this incident to start sending updates about smaller fixes and changes as we continue working on improving GitBook. Please subscribe if you are interested in these updates.

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