When you load Language Forge, it now takes you to your most recently viewed entry.
From now on Language Forge will be using dates to name their updates, rather than version numbers. Additionally, updates will be posted to this site just once a month, even though LF is updated more often than that. Remember that you can also check the release notes in GitHub, which correlate precisely with the actual releases. They are more detailed and technical in nature.
The search bar now looks more like a search bar. (It was formally labeled as “Filter”.)
Fixed quality issues with recording audio.
Due to reliability issues, for the time being we have disabled adding, configuring, or deleting custom fields in Language Forge. These changes must be made in FLEx, and in synchronization with Language Forge. Follow these instructions to do so.
Due to compatibility issues, editing input and writing systems can now only be done in FLEx.
The duration of an audio clip now is displayed consistently
Users are now shown a warning if they upload an image or audio file that is too big to be synced with FLEx
The LF homepage now has more links to help resources, without having to sign in first.
Other behind-the-scenes security improvements and optimizations.