- Prevents a case in which a WKT string imported from Omeka item's coverage field could be rejected in the backend but appear temporarily on the map.
- Uses Omeka's timestamp mixin to prevent a configuration-specific database error during exhibit creation.
- Adds Neatline Exhibit and Neatline Record to the types of records that can be made searchable in the Search pane of Omeka's settings.
- Enables duplication of exhibits. A user may click "Duplicate" in the Neatline admin table below an exhibit that they have permission to view, creating their own copy; the duplicating user becomes the owner of the new exhibit, whose title includes their username.
- Adds Restricted Map Extent, Minimum Map Zoom, and Maximum Map Zoom fields to the Styles pane in the exhibit editor, allowing users to constrain the range of zoom and pan possible in the exhibit map.
- Allows users to select "None (Image or WMS as Default)" in the Default Spatial Layer field when creating an exhibit. If this value is chosen and a URL is supplied in the Image Layer field, the exhibit map will use the image as its base layer; if Image Layer is left blank, the map will use WMS for its base; if the WMS fields are left blank, the map will use the first of the Enabled Spatial Layers or have no layers if none are enabled.
Long Term Support
This is an LTS ("Long Term Support") version of Neatline. That means:
- This version will be supported, maintained and patched for a period of at least two years, through 2019.
- The emphasis any subsequent patches to this minor version (2.6.x), will be on stability and not on new features.
- If/when Omeka "Classic" (2.x) versions are released, we will release patches only to specify Omeka version support, rather than fix incompatibilities with newer versions.
- We encourage users to open issues for any and all bugs when using this version of Neatline with supported versions of Omeka.
- Issues opened that are related to unsupported versions, or feature requests, will be flagged as such, for possible consideration in a subsequent minor (or major) release.