BlueSpice 4.2 is a minor release. Release date: 28.07.2022
|May 22, 2023
|March 16, 2023
|February 21, 2023
|December 15, 2022
|November 17, 2022
|October 27, 2022
|September 15, 2022
|July 28, 2022
|It's finally here! With BlueSpice 4.2, you can now import Word files as wiki pages. You can use the following features here:
|New page templates
|BlueSpice now includes useful page templates for numerous use cases. These can easily be modified or deactivated as needed.
|A list of files can be included anywhere on a wiki page directly from the Visual Dditor using an <attachments /> tag.
This function replaces the previous attachments area at the end of a page.
|Improved file upload function
|All features in the wiki that allow multi-file upload are now supported via an improved upload dialog.
|It is now possible to set granular permissions in an embedded blog. This way, the creation and reading of blog entries and comments can be restricted to specific user groups.
|New dialog for PDF export
|Refactoring of the already existing export options of a wiki page for better maintainability of the export feature.
|Advanced workflow activities
|Workflows have been enhanced with the following functionalities:
|Dialogs for more tags are now offered in the Visual Editor.
|Editor for navigation menus
|Graphical user interface allows editing of the main navigation as well as the user menu via drag-and-drop.
All added extensions
|Allows highlighting of wikitext-syntax in the source view of a wiki page.
|Improved file upload feature.
|Allows to insert a header or footer (on a page basis or on a namespace basis) in the content area of a page.
|Allows importing a Word file as wiki pages.
|Allows wiki users to be invited by an administrator.
|Allows editing of the main navigation via a graphical user interface.
|Extends the PluggableAuth extension to provide authentication using OpenID Connect.
|Allows the creation of subpage lists on wiki pages.
No longer bundled extensions and features
- Bootstrap: Removed with "Calumma" as part of the Bluespice 3 skin.
- BlueSpiceCalumma: BlueSpice 3 default skin.
- BlueSpiceLatexRenderer: Replaced by the Math extension.
- BlueSpiceNamespaceCSS: Namespace-specific CSS is no longer defined separately via individual CSS pages. The styles are defined directly in the global stylesheet MediaWiki:Common.css via the namespace CSS class.
- BlueSpiceSocialWikiPage: The function previously provided by BlueSpiceSocial to create page attachments has been replaced by the <attachments /> tag.
- Chameleon Skin