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[Actualización] Discourse 2.5.0.beta3 y cambios con las cuentas de Steam

Notas de la versión:
2.5.0beta1
2.5.0beta2
2.5.0beta3

Cambios en la conexión con la cuenta de Steam

Ahora puedes vincular o desvincular una cuenta de Steam directamente desde tus preferencias del perfil de usuario, en cuentas asociadas.

Cambiado el servicio de correos electrónicos

Ahora se volverán a recibir correctamente los mensajes a tu bandeja de entrada.

Cambios más importantes en Discourse:

Diferenciar los mensajes privados y los Posts en los resultados de búsqueda

Mejorado los Marcadores - ahora con recordatorios!

Nuevo icono para los mensajes cerrados

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Steam account connection changes

You can now link or unlink a Steam account directly from your user profile preferences under associated accounts.

Changed the e-mail service

Messages will now be successfully returned to your inbox.

Important changes on Discourse:

Differentiate Between PMs and Topics in Search Results

Users can use the in:all search filter, introduced in Discourse 2.4, to search both public and personal topics at the same time. Results in search now show the PM envelope when the result is a PM to visually differentiate topics from PMs

Improved Bookmarks - now with reminders!

Saving topics/posts for later review has evolved numerous times since the start of Discourse. From stars, to post bookmarks, to user topic timers, we’ve tested out numerous options. We’ve now combined the best of all these into our new bookmark system.

Users can bookmark any post or topic they wish to save for later. Bookmarks can be later accessed via the bookmark tab of the user menu, as well as from the bookmarks page within the user’s activity section. Additionally, users can set reminders to be notified of their bookmarks at a later date. Reminder options automatically adapt to the time and date, so you won’t be offered to “Remind me Later today” when bookmarking at 11pm.

See Improved Bookmarks with Reminders for more details.

New Closed Topic Icon

We’ve heard concern that the same icon, :lock:, is used for both closed topics and for secure categories. This has caused confusion for some sites as their users assumed categories with the icon could not be posted in, just like a closed topic.

To help mitigate this confusion, we’ve updated the icons for closed topics. We now use the comment-slash icon for closed topics instead of the lock .

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