What's new in Athens?
An overview of the features and improvements made to Athens on a monthly basis.
It's been a month of active development at Athens and there's quite a bit to show for it. A lot of the work this month has been focused on bug fixes, enhancements and performance improvements but we've got a couple of neat features as well. We are seeing the biggest improvement in the short history of Athens in terms of search and block references. While it used to take over 15 seconds on some databases to load, @juniusfree has reduced the time to instant even on huge databases. You've got to see it to believe it!
We've also seen improved responsiveness in long pages thanks to @shanberg which has led to an overall more responsive experience.
The list of bug fixes is long (yippee), we've fixed that pesky little undo redo issue so that your data doesn't disappear between undo and redo (thanks Jeff!), we've changed some icons and have done quite a bit more!
Lots of improvements have been made to hyperlinks and we've fixed one of the most prominent bugs with the roam import.
Oh yeah, how could I forget, in the "all pages" view, you can now sort pages alphabetically, by created date, by modified date and even by the total links to it. Pretty neat!
Here are all of the changes made this month!