Multiselection on web, local version & Tentaculo, RGB channels in Mirada

Cerebro Desktop

Mirada: RGB Channels

In Mirada, it is now possible to view color channels individually.

Web Version

Multiselection of Tasks

In the Cerebro web version, we’ve added the ability to multiselect in task lists by pressing the Shift or Ctrl (Cmd) key.

Now it is possible to copy, move, delete, and add tasks to favorites by selected groups.

Also when multiselecting, you can edit properties of tasks. You can set a property to several tasks at once.

In the Search tab, you can now multiselect found messages and files.

Task Properties

Hashtags of tasks, messages, and files are now shown, and the ability to edit them (only for tasks and messages for now) has been added.

The priority of tasks is also displayed now.

Status Bar

The Status Bar is now displayed at the bottom of task lists, showing the total number of tasks as well as the number of selected and filtered tasks. In the right corner, the number of unread tasks in the list is displayed. When you click on this list, you can quickly browse them.


Working with Versions

We’ve added the parameter to the file path configuration
file_path -> use_local, true/false value

It determines whether to create a local version or to operate directly in the versioned files. The local version is used by default.

The parameter for the postfix of the local version has also been added
file_path -> local_postfix, text value

It allows you to change the default “local” postfix in your local versions.

The parameter has been added to global settings

It determines what to do with the open file when saving the version: save, move, or always ask the user. The parameter can be defined for each software.

Arguments For Processors

New argument parameters have been added to the save and publish version processors in order to determine a new task status, the screenshot for the version, and whether to attach the version to the report or not.

Python API

The ability to work with task checklists has been added to the client and server Python APIs.

Client API:
— events to create checklists
— events to change checklist values
— receiving checklists for tasks
— adding and deleting task checklists
— changing the values of task checklists

Server API:
— adding and deleting task checklists
— changing the values of task checklists