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Bug fix in CircleCI web app    

The org picker on the left-hand nav of the CircleCI web app had an issue where it was not rendering properly when a user selected the “Everyone’s Pipelines” dropdown on the “All Pipelines” page. This has now been fixed.

CircleCI VSCode Extension Windows images and resource classes bug fixed    

CircleCI’s VSCode extension had an issue where it would inconsistently auto-complete certain Windows resource classes & images. This has been fixed. Users do not need to update their VSCode Extension for the fix to be reflected.

Org picker in CircleCI web app correctly handles long org names    

Long org names are now truncated properly with an ellipses when shown in the left-hand nav’s org picker in the CircleCI web app.

"Follow x new" badge in CircleCI Web app has been removed    

To simplify the CircleCI web app’s user interface, we have removed the badge in the left-hand navigation that said “Follow x new” which indicated to users that new projects in their organization were available for following.

CircleCI VSCode Extension v2.8.3 Released    

New release of the CircleCI VSCode extension. This fixes an issue where SSH reruns initiated from the CircleCI VSCode extension would intermittently fail.

Updated IP ranges for macOS    

A new range of IPs has been added to CircleCI’s macOS Cloud. See the latest IP ranges for macOS.

Coming Change for Jobs API and Pipelines UI Commit History    

In the past CircleCI has shown up to three commits for a specific pull request in the UI and returned in “all commit_details” for the jobs API. The commits in the UI linked back to the commit history in the VCS so users could review the commits from the source.

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CircleCI VSCode Extension v2.8.2 Released    

New release of the CircleCI VSCode extension. This completes the fix of an issue with release 2.8.0 where workspace settings get updated without any action by the user.

Users now see correct page when logged in    

If a user is logged in to the CircleCI web application, they will now see the correct version of which includes a “Go to Application” button in the top-right corner. Previously, they would see a version of that had “Sign up” and “Login” buttons in the top-right corner.

Server Release 4.1.9 and 4.2.5    

Bug Fixes

  • fix for hardcoded smtp email in some services
  • CVE fixes for web-ui deployment
  • fix for duplicate volume in domain-service deployment