As announced today on Moodle.org, updates for Moodle to 3.2.2, 3.1.5, 3.0.9 and 2.7.19 are now on the street and available for download. If you are using MoodleCloud, these updates are already reflected in your account.
Beyond the usual security enhancements and fixes, the 3.2.2 update addresses the following, as enumerated in the release notes:
- MDL-56122 – Force reload/recreation of (unoconv) preview in grading interface
- MDL-51833 – Performance improvement in event monitor preferences loading
- MDL-55859 – Assignment: Delete incomplete files after pdf conversion failure
- MDL-55762 – Better error handling around ghostscript
- MDL-50719 – Long-running scheduled task should not significantly slow down cron processing of other tasks
- MDL-57587 – Quiz: Show feedback images when reviewing a quiz attempt
- MDL-50770 – Dashboard should apply customized block positions during dashboard reset
- MDL-57374 – Pasting unformatted non HTML plain text in Atto should not remove all styles and class attributes from all existing content in editor
- MDL-57362 – Assignment list all submissions must respect separate groups mode
- MDL-46782 – When re-entering Multi-SCO SCORM start from the first uncompleted SCO
- MDL-53367 – Importing a forum with auto subscription now automatically subscribes current users
- MDL-50625 – Allow to use LDAP user synchronisation without page control
- MDL-55915 – Respect capability to view full names in assignment grading, grader report and manual user enrolment popup
- MDL-57785 – Don’t refresh SCORM navigation when navigation display is disabled
- MDL-57370 – Performance improvement when displaying notifications and messages popups
- MDL-57296 – Fixed bug when teacher without permission to view hidden grades was not able to collapse grade categories in the gradebook
- MDL-55547 – Event monitor: fixed bug preventing to view current subscription after deleting a course with subscriptions
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