Tweet Display Back 2.1.2 has been released today and is now available for download. This is a maintenance release which includes new features, bug fixes, and updated translations.
Changes since 2.1.1
This is a maintenance release improving the user experience by adding small features, improving generation of the tweet stream, and updating many of the translations.
A full list of changes is as follows:
- Bug Fixes:
- Verify that URLs have the HTTP protocol
- Add margin to nostyle .TDB-footer-follow-img
- link 'tweet-time' does not open in new window
- Modified version check to support developer packages
- Some links weren't going to new windows
- New Features
- Option to hide the "in reply to" text
- Updated Translations
- Duth (nl-**)
- Indonesian (Indonesia) (id-ID)
- Italian (it-IT)
- Portuguese (Brazilian) (pt-BR)
- Slovenian (Slovenia) (sl-SI)
- Spanish (Spain) (es-ES)
- Swedish (sv-SE)
Tweet Display Back has a unique team of contributors. Contributions have come in the form of provided code, translations, or external products. I'd like to thank Open Translators for contributing the six additional translations that are available in the module, enhancing international support. Next, I'd like to thank Jurian Even of Twentronix for helping develop version 2.0 and implementing the filtering feature. The version check code is based on that found in the Construct Template Framework developed by Matt Thomas. And finally, the color selection field is powered by the Joomla Color Picker extension developed by Spiral Scripts.
As previously announced, future development for Tweet Display Back will soon shift to only supporting Joomla! 2.5 and beyond. Joomla! 1.5 and 1.7 will continue to be supported by the Tweet Display Back 2.1 series through October 2012. The next series of Tweet Display Back will use new features introduced into the Joomla! Platform that will require Joomla! 2.5 or newer. Also, lessening the support requirements for new versions means that additional features can be added without needing to be compatible with multiple versions of Joomla! and its supporting code (such as MooTools).
Development is driven by user request and API support. If the Twitter API or Joomla! Platform can support the request, and it is a logical inclusion in this module, then it will more than likely be included in a future release. Links with additional information about requesting or contributing features can be found in the documentation linked below.
Documentation & Support
As always, further information about the module is available in the Tweet Display Back section of the site, including information about the module's parameters, available translations, FAQ's, and more! Be sure to check out the Tutorials as well with tips on optimizing your module configuration and customizing the module's templates.
As of this release, Tweet Display Back is distributed in a total of eleven languages. If you would like to update an existing translation or add a new translation, you may do so by visiting the project page on Transifex.
Download & Upgrade
Users wishing to upgrade from previous releases may do so by downloading the release from the downloads repository. Joomla! 1.6 & 1.7 users - You can use the core update system to download the updated package. Go to the Extension Manager's Update view and "Find Updates"! Note that although Joomla! 1.6 is officially unsupported, as long as the code is executable with that version of Joomla!, I will continue to support updates on that version.
Download the newest posted release from the Latest Releases listing. Don't see this specific release listed? Check the Archived Releases listing for all of the installation packages that are available.