Big Changes

  • “Caution” bubbles to discourage emailing FogBugz users
  • Allow setting the Due Date while sending/replying/forwarding email
  • Automatically “stop reporting” after collecting 50 bugzscouts
  • Create admin notifications about users who have cases assigned to them which they cannot view
  • Fix the Windows screenshot tool
  • Improve the performance of two of our slowest queries on MySQL
  • Linkify tags/cases referenced in bug event change summaries.
  • Record and disply the time of the last occurrance of a bugzscout
  • Upgrade to CKEditor 3.6.3

Plug-in API Changes

  • CSqlValidator now allows CASE … WHEN statements
  • DateTimes.LocaleDateXXXXX is now obsolete
  • CDropdownBugField.sSkipViewValue is now documented
  • IPluginGridColumnGrouper is now obsolete
  • IPluginSelfDisable is new

Miscellaneous Fixes

  • Better feedback on some dialogs
  • Fix some localization issues
  • Lots of bug fixes
  • Lots of miscellaneous cosmetic fixes
  • Minor fixes to email notifications
  • Minor improvements for community and anonymous users
  • Minor usability improvements
  • Search indexing is now more robust

Upgrade Considerations

Microsoft Access databases have been deprecated since the release of FogBugz 8. If you’re planning to upgrade FogBugz to FogBugz 8.8.39 or later and you currently have a Microsoft Access database, please contact customer-service@fogcreek.com and we’ll convert the database to SQL Server format for you. If you don’t have an existing installation of SQL Server, then SQL Server Express 2008 R2 and 2012 are free for database up to 10GB in size.