Availability date: 03-26-2020
- During the recent Mission Center graphic redesign, we switched the "Last Name" and "First Name" columns on the learner search results page. We have been reported that learners were found with "Michael" or "John" as a last name and "Jackson" or "Lennon" as a first name. So we put each column back in its place.
- Still following the redesign, some of you have noticed that the logo at the top left of their Mission Center had taken growth hormones and was outside of its intended framework. We called Wayne Szalinski to shrink these logos.
- In learners' statistics, we could sometimes see that they had spent negative durations on certain gamified activities (for example: -2 minutes). Unfortunately, we cannot (yet) go back in time with the Teach on Mars app (despite having put Emmett Brown on that case since the creation of the company). Rest assured, thanks to the "Doc", we have corrected all the existing negative sessions so the learners' statistics return to normal.
- Some of our customers have noticed errors on the CSV export files of the Survey activity (e.g. "File too big"). We conducted the investigation and put two experts on the subject: Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. They quickly took care of this file thing.
- At Teach on Mars, we think mobile. We make sure that the rendering of your app is the best possible on small screens. For that reason, we limited the number of characters in certain texts, in particular in the games. However, this limit was too restrictive for certain languages such as Russian. We therefore got rid of it in the Pick a Word and Fill the Gap games. Our ally Alec Trevelyan took on this mission with the greatest pleasure.
- In the Mission Center, image files with an uppercase extension (for example .JPG or .PNG) were badly taken into account. Here too, we called Wayne Szalinski who sorted out the inconvenience.
- When a Quiz Game contained a question without comment, an error could occur when translating this Quiz Game. We caught this error, you will not see it again.
- Finally, we have updated the links to the Teach on Mars help center in the Excel® templates that you use to create your favorite educational activities.