Desktop App for Win 3.14.11 Release Date: May 18, 2023
Issue with Co-Edit Function Post Auto-Upgrade from 3.14.7 to 3.14.10
We have addressed an issue with the co-edit session couldn’t be started after double clicking the file. Issue could occur in case of an automatic upgrade from version 3.14.7 - 3.14.10. This was due to certain registry entries not being created during the auto-upgrade process. Note that this issue did not affect users who manually installed the new version.
Known Issues and Limitations
- Co-Editing is not supported with Smart Cache connection for versions of Smart Cache below 2.7.
- If a user has an “ask” as a default co-editing setting, simultaneous opening of more than one MS Office document can result in an error.
- When opening large Excel document in co-editing mode takes over 30 seconds, then the collaboration pop-up may appear for the second time.
- Starting or joining a co-editing session in the newest Microsoft integration when there is no default integration selected on the domain level by double-click will result in opening a document in Microsoft Office (Legacy) (previously the user was able to choose between Microsoft Office (Legacy) or Microsoft Office Online) .
- For updates on Windows 11 support and known limitations, refer to this article.
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