If you have used our Weather plugin, you may have noticed that sometimes it had a problem with getting the weather data for some locations. For example, if you wanted to get the weather for Portland, Maine, USA, you'd always get Portland, Oregon instead. This was due to the limitations of the Openweathermap service used by our plugin, which doesn't support narrowing down the location by specify a region or a state.
We're happy to announce that our skins and plugins are fully compatible with the recently released version of Roundcube: 1.3.9. If you're using the latest version of our skins and plugins, you can safely upgrade to this new version of Roundcube. If you'd like to find out more about the changes brought about by this latest upgrade, follow this link:
A new Roundcube upgrade is available: version 1.3.7. All our skins and plugins are fully compatible with this new version, so if you're running the latest version of our software, you should be able to upgrade without any problems.
What's new in Roundcube 1.3.7? It contains several bug fixes and a security fix for the way OpenPGP is used. If you'd like to read more about this latest relese, here's the release announcement.
We've just released a new upgrade to the calendar and framework plugins. The calendar sharing options got updated: it's now possible to choose which users will be notified when a calendar is shared with them. A new color management system helps with assigning colors to calendars and events, and the calendar list UI got refreshed to make sure it's clearer and works properly with all the skins.
A new, major upgrade to our skins and plugins been released! All the plugins are now fully compatible with Postgres as well as the new Elastic skin that will be included with the upcoming version of Roundcube.
As you may have heard, the Roundcube team is developing a new skin called Elastic. The skin will be responsive and will be usable on desktop devices, tablets and phones. It's still in the works and it will take some time before it's released, but we'd like our plugins to be fully compatible with Elastic as soon as it's ready. We started upgrading the plugins to make sure they work with both the current Larry skin, the Roundcube Plus skins and the new Elastic skin.
It will take some creative work to make sure the plugins are versitile enough to work with all the skin variations our curstomers would like to use, but the work is going well, and we're confident we'll have the plugins ready by the time Elastic is released.
We have just released the first software upgrade this year! It's a minor upgrade that fixes some issues and bugs in several of our plugins. The new version of the software is available in our customer area. Happy New Year!
As you may have noticed, the Roundcube team released a new version of their software yesterday (version 1.3.1). All our skins and plugins are fullly compatible with this new release.
Version 1.3.1 is a long-term release which fixes a number of bugs, a potential XSS vulnerability and optimizes the program to run on the latest version of PHP. It's highly recommended that you upgrade all productive installations to this latest version.
The complete list of fixes is available here: https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/releases/tag/1.3.1
We're pleased to announce that we've just released the latest version of the plugin and skin packages. The changes include mainly bug fixes, user interface fixes and feature improvements.
The plugins specifically targetted with this upgrade include the Calendar and the Signature, but we've also upgraded the framework and skin plugins, which affect all Roundcube Plus plugins and skins.
The upgraded software is available in the customer area.
We've just released a new version of our software that includes fixes to the skins and the weather plugin. We've fixed the problems with attachment menus on mobile devices and the styling on the logout pages. The weather plugin got an architecture overhaul. We have routed the API requests to the weather service through the local Roundcube server to eliminate the problems with connecting to a non-secure API from an SSL-enabled Roundcube installation. We've also fixed a number of data retrieval and display problems.
The new skins and plugins are available for download in the customer area of our website.
Two days ago the Roundcube team released the latest version of their webmail software: Roundcube 1.3. It's a major milestone that includes a lot of fixes and new functionality. We're pleased to announce that we've been working on getting our skins and plugin compatible with this new version for a while now, following the beta and candidate releases. Today we finalized the upgrade and released a new version of our software that is fully compatible with Roundcube 1.3.
If you're planning to upgrade your Roundcube to the latest version, you should download and upgrade your Roundcube Plus skins and plugins as well. You can find them in our customer area.
If you'd like to see what's new in Roundcube 1.3, check out this article on roundcube.net:
We've released a new version of the Roundcube Plus skins that fix problems with loading Google fonts under the latest version of cPanel. If you noticed that your skin's fonts don't look right under your cPanel installation, you should upgrade to fix the problem. cPanel filters the css files before serving them and removes all double slashes, which causes problems when importing remote content.
cPanel changes the font urls from this:
We're happy to announce that we've released a new skin and plugin upgrade that introduces a lot of new customization options and prepares the software for the upcoming major Roundcube upgrade to version 1.3 (currently in beta.)
The calendar plugin got some new config options where you can specify the allowed email domains for calendar sharing, or turn off sharing and publishing altogether. Importing calendar events from messages got fixed, and the Italian translation was added.
We have released a new version of the skins and plugins that introduces some new functionality and a lot of fixes. Here are a few outlines:
- We added a publishing option to the calendar: you can now include the events from your Roundcube calendar in other calendars. The calendar plugin also got some functionality and UI fixes.
- The problems with loading the Google Drive and Dropbox plugins were fixed.
- The skins got improved support for mobile devices running Windows Phone and some UI fixes.
The upgraded software packages are available for download in the customer area of our website.
As you may have noticed, the Roundcube team has just released an ugrade to version 1.2.5. The new release adds a few UI fixes and a security fix for the password plugin. Our current skins and plugins are fully compatible with this latest Roundcube version.
We have just released a new version of the skins that focuses on font and UI improvements. The problems with the bold font in Outlook have been fixed; Litecube and W21 got new font faces; and the font loading has been optimized in all the skins. The latest version of the software is available for download in our customer area.
We're pleased to announce that we have just released a new version of the iCloud skin with a new and improved login screen. The new version also fixes some problems on the mobile devices. The upgrade is available for download in the customer area of our website.
All our skins and plugins are fully compatible with the newly released Roundcube version 1.2.4. If you're running the latest version of our software and you're planning to upgrade to Roundcube 1.2.4, no upgrade of the skins and plugins is necessary.
We have just released a new version of the skins and plugins that focuses on compatibility with the latest version of cPanel. As you may know, Roundcube under cPanel runs in a special environment that limits some of its functionality: cPanel blocks some sound and image formats, puts Roundcube in an iframe, and removes the header bar from the top of the page. All those restrictions create functionality problems under some browsers. This latest upgrade fixes a number of issues that the skin and plugin had with the user interface. We encourage you to upgrade your Roundcube Plus software if you use your webmail under cPanel.