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Change log for BugReplay Chrome Extension
- Gitlab integration
- Trello integration
- Better error collection around servers being unreachable.
- New github integration, create an issue in any repo you have access to.
- Spira Team Suppport
- Better Jira Support
- Switched to semver (https://semver.org/)
- Fix for title always being required.
- Fix for report list page not showing up after submit without extension close and open.
- lots of code cleanup, fix for Chrome M66 popup resizing bugs ( https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=428044 )
- checkbox to not create JIRA ticket on every recording
- lots of code cleanup, some errors were not being handled properly and are now.
- Remove tab controllers from memory if the tab no longer exists, ie someone closes a tab after making a recording and not cancelling it.
- Add context to error messages, record() with activeRecording and fail to download source map.
- call requestData every 1.2seconds if ondataavailable doesn't fire by itself.
- resolution fix for desktop capture
- Stopgap measure for Chrome 57, changed it over to desktop capture instead if you are on Chrome 57.
- Added preview to stop and submit screen.
- New messaging around trial being over.
- Fixed some out of bound array exceptions with select boxes on jira selects.
- Change Logout to a regular link instead of a tab create in the popup.
- timestamp fix for js exceptions.
- Change Login to a regular link instead of a tab create in the popup. (Windows 10 bug - https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=686176 )
- desktop notifications when you leave your tab recording and you are in another tab (disabled for this release)
- the csrf "retryIfForbidden" method wasn't working on prod, so if you cleared your cookies the extension would break.
- Fix for new Chrome logging behavior
- Losing focus in the popup will now save the popup state (title, description, jira fields)
- Double error timeout in popup to 10 seconds
- Double error timeout to 10 seconds, on slower connections 5 seconds could be not an error in some cases.
- If you started a recording and immediately switched, you'd get an error but
The debugger remained attached. Now it will detach the debugger cleanly.
- Timestamps for extension logging.
- Can now upload network data files larger than 10mb.
- Saving more websocket network data.
- Chrome 54 has a new way to collect console logs, updated code.
- Log levels for error logging, separate debugs from unexpected errors.
- Source map support for console logs.
- Remove fake cursor, as the real cursor is now visible.
- Error messaging around video limits.
- Remove window after CSRF timeout.
- Screenshot support
- Video transcodes happen earlier, leading to faster report processing.
- Security enhancements.
- Jira support.
- communication bridge to bugreplay site
- slight performance enhancements
- If the debugger is force disconnected, you can resume a recording.
- Error overlay window, makes it way easier to see.
- keyboard shortcut for record was not checking 'canRecord'
- render was not waiting for all popup elements to render
- Cursor injector was buggy
- precheck to see if the debugger is attached when opening the extension
- save more environmental information about the browser when creating a report.
- Keyboard shortcuts added: ALT-SHIFT-E to open the extension, ALT-SHIFT-R to start recording, ALT-SHIFT-S to STOP
- Design fixes, better colors and placement for buttons
Had left out an event listener for installation on startup
- Ability to enter title and description after recording
- Ability to cancel a recording after hitting stop
- Report list shows up on urls where you cannot record now
- Caching bug when logging out from outside the extension
- Extension will log errors remotely if exceptions occur.
- debugger events are listened to globally instead of inside a Recording.
- Desktop notification when video is ready for viewing.
- Add title text to all links in the Popup. (pmheil++)
- Create report at end of Recording instead of at beginning, less empty reports created.
- Console messages are now saved and uploaded.
- Data URIs ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_URI_scheme ) are now redacted.
- Upload time offsets directly to cloud.
- Check MediaRecorder access before other errors.
- Without experimental web apis enabled, there was a fatal js error in the popup.
- Errors are unique'd now, so you don't get duplicates if you click the extension icon multiple times.
- Optimized popup and removed deprecated chrome.extension calls.
- Errors are dismissed from popup only with manual 'Dismiss' button.
- Focus window on record to start the mouse capture and hide the popup ( https://trello.com/c/GzRM63EM/167-still-have-to-click-once-to-activate-the-mouse )
- If Chrome DevTools is opened during recording, error out and cancel recording.