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What's new in CiviCRM 5.60
This month we will try to be a bit more clear about bigger changes, and ignore the smaller/obscure bits (which are in the full release notes).
- SearchKit: Administrators can now decide which actions are available on a Search Display (dev/core#4118: 25521)
- CustomFields: New Entity Reference custom field type, which unlike the existing Contact Entity Reference field type, can now reference any type of entity (dev/core#3721: 25471)
- Admin settings: Add setting to disable Smarty in Scheduled reminders. Smarty and CSS often don't go well together unless the 'literal' tag is used (dev/core#4100: 25444)
- Api4: Add support for the Report Instance entity (25226)
- CiviCase: PHP8 compatibility fix when deleting cases (dev/core#4190: 25849)
- CiviContribute: fixes incorrect display of debit card information on a Contribution Page even if using credit card (dev/core#4189: 25910) This also encourages payment processors to provide their own "terms and conditions", where relevant.
- PayPal: various fixes 25775, 25724
- Drupal 10 is now supported 🎉 (Work Towards dev/drupal#176: 25499 and 25054)
- PHP 8.2: many fixes (h/t Bradley Taylor)
This release was developed by the following code authors:
AGH Strategies - Alice Frumin, Andie Hunt; BrightMinded Ltd - Bradley Taylor; CiviCRM - Coleman Watts, Tim Otten; CiviDesk - Yashodha Chaku; Coop SymbioTIC - Mathieu Lutfy; Dave D; ES-Progress - Sandor Semsey; Freeform Solutions - Herb van den Dool; Fuzion - Jitendra Purohit; Giant Rabbit - Anthony Nemirovsky; iXiam - Luciano Spiegel; JMA Consulting - Seamus Lee; Lemniscus - Noah Miller; Megaphone Technology Consulting - Jon Goldberg; MJW Consulting - Matthew Wire; PERORA SRL - Samuele Masetto; Progressive Technology Project - Jamie McClelland; Skvare - Mark Hanna; Tadpole Collective - Kevin Cristiano; Third Sector Design - Kurund Jalmi, Michael McAndrew; Wikimedia Foundation - Eileen McNaughton
Most authors also reviewed code for this release; in addition, the following reviewers contributed their comments:
Agileware - Francis Whittle, Justin Freeman; Andreas Howiller; Becca Tregenna; Blackfly Solutions - Alan Dixon; Fuzion - Luke Stewart; Jens Schuppe; JMA Consulting - Joe Murray; Megaphone Technology Consulting - Brienne Kordis; Squiffle Consulting - Aidan Saunders; Stephen Palmstrom
- In case you missed it, check out the SearchKit webinar with Coleman
- Coleman is working on making a realised search possible - i.e. one that creates a table that can be refreshed and used as an Entity in its own right. The Core Team is seeking funding to complete that work. See PR25871.
- We are working on declaring `usage` metadata for fields
- Eileen has been doing another round of import fixes - around making Civi-Import more usable. Fixed a bunch of ‘weird’ errors that were probably blocking anyone from actually using it, made it such that you do not have to re-upload a CSV if you go ‘back’ to the first screen and some other minor fixes. Now working on support for import templates and adding a sane sensible hook.
- Proposal: Wording proposal on making it clear to users what required means in custom fields
This is only a short sample. For more, subscribe to Eileen's dev-digest.
- Force Recurring - Setting to force recurring contributions on contribution pages.
- No Username - On forms that allow the creation of a user, always use the email as the username (do not let users select their own username).
- Mailjetty - provides a webhook bounce processor for Mailjet.
- Contribution Activity Coupler - adjust a contribution activity's date if the receive date of the contribution has changed.
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