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113 113  User avatars are also displayed in annotations.
114 114  [[image:ReleaseNotes.ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise25@annotation-avatars.png]]
115 115  
116 +=== UI for Deleted documents & attachments ===
116 116  
118 +While deleted documents and attachments have been stored in a trash instead of being completely deleted since XWiki 1.2, there was no general interface for viewing the contents of the trash. This has been remedied by the introduction of two new tabs in the wiki's Document Index, //Deleted Documents// and //Deleted Attachments//.
119 +
120 +[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash1.png]]
121 +
122 +Both use the livetable, thus allowing filtering and ordering for easier browsing. A document from the trash can be viewed, permanently deleted, or restored if the location is still available.
123 +
124 +[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash2.png]]
125 +
126 +The attachment trash contains only attachments deleted from a document, and not attachments that were deleted together with their owner document; in the latter case, the attachments are kept together with the document in the document trash. For attachments, there is no restore option yet, it will be implemented in a future release.
127 +
128 +[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash3.png]]
129 +
117 117  === Further improvements to the edit UI ===
118 118  
119 119  After the improvements to the object and class editors introduced in 1.8 and 2.4, the wiki and WYSIWYG editors also see some enhancements in this release, bringing in some of the proposed changes from [[an older proposal>>http://incubator.myxwiki.org/xwiki/bin/Improvements/ImprovedEdit]], with some additional improvements. Specifically:
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149 149  
150 150  You can find a more detailed description of the annotations feature on the [[documentation page>>platform:Features.Annotations]].
151 151  
152 -== 3.Activity Stream ==
165 +== 3.Invitation Manager Application ==
153 153  
154 -* Overhaul of the Recent Changes section of the Dashboard:(((
155 -* New UI
156 -* Support for more events compared to the previous Recent Changes: annotations, comments, document deletion
157 -* It's now called Recent Activity (was called Recent Changes)
158 158  
159 -[[image:ReleaseNotes.ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise26RC1@activityMacro||style="border: 1px solid black;"]]
160 -)))
161 -
162 -== 4.Invitation Manager Application ==
163 -
164 -
165 165  The Invitation Manager application allows users to send emails, inviting friends and colleagues to join a wiki. You will be able to configure your wiki to send emails through an open mail relay on the server or through an email account of your choosing.
166 166  
167 167  image:ReleaseNotes.ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise24@InvitationSending.png
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168 168  
169 169  Read more about this application and learn how to configure it by visiting the [[application page>>extensions:Extension.Invitation Application]].
170 170  
171 -== 5.Anonymous commenting with Captcha ==
174 +== 4.Anonymous commenting with Captcha ==
172 172  
173 173  Now thanks to the [[captcha module>>extensions:Extension.Captcha Module]] you can require unregistered users to solve a captcha in order to post comments. To require guests to solve a captcha simply go to the "Rights" section of the [[Administration Application>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application]] for the wiki or just the space, and check the box saying "Require unregistered users to solve a captcha when posting a comment on a page". **Note** This box does not give guests permission to comment, it only adds a requirement for commenting if they already have permission.
174 174  [[This feature is documented here.>>platform:AdminGuide.Configuration]]
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176 176  
177 177  [[image:ReleaseNotes.ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise23M1@CommentCaptcha.png||style="border: 1px solid black;" width="550px;"]]
178 178  
179 -== 6. Deleted documents and attachments ==
182 +== 5.New Template-based page creation ==
180 180  
181 -While deleted documents and attachments have been stored in a trash instead of being completely deleted since XWiki 1.2, there was no general interface for viewing the contents of the trash. This has been remedied by the introduction of two new tabs in the wiki's Document Index, //Deleted Documents// and //Deleted Attachments//.
182 -
183 -[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash1.png]]
184 -
185 -Both use the livetable, thus allowing filtering and ordering for easier browsing. A document from the trash can be viewed, permanently deleted, or restored if the location is still available.
186 -
187 -[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash2.png]]
188 -
189 -The attachment trash contains only attachments deleted from a document, and not attachments that were deleted together with their owner document; in the latter case, the attachments are kept together with the document in the document trash. For attachments, there is no restore option yet, it will be implemented in a future release.
190 -
191 -[[image:ReleaseNotesXWikiEnterprise22M1@trash3.png]]
192 -
193 -== 7.New Template-based page creation ==
194 -
195 195  Starting with XWiki Enterprise 2.4 users and applications can provide documents that can be used as template when creating new pages. The new document content (content, objects and other metadata) will be replicated from the template.
196 196  
197 197  * After you have [[created the template and the template provider>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application#HEasyTemplatesCreationandAdministration28StartingwithXWikiEnterprise2.4M229]] you can then start creating pages from this template:
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205 205  Find more details about the template creation and administration on the [[documentation page>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application#HEasyTemplatesCreationandAdministration28StartingwithXWikiEnterprise2.4M229]].
206 206  
207 207  
208 -== 8.Clustering ==
197 +== 6.Clustering ==
209 209  XWiki provides an easy way to setup clustered instances of XWiki based on network events distribution.
210 210  
211 211  * events synchronization between XWiki instances
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214 214  
215 215  Follow the [[Clustering Admin Guide >>platform:AdminGuide.Clustering]] and [[Clustering Tutorial >>platform:AdminGuide.DistributedEventClusterSetup]] for a complete tutorial on how to setup a simple cluster between two instances of XWiki on the same server.
216 216  
217 -== 9.Easier development of configurable applications using [[XWiki.ConfigurableClass>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application#HMaking20your20application20easily20configurable20with203Ctt3EConfigurableClass3C2Ftt3E20Since2023M1]] ==
206 +== 7.Easier development of configurable applications using [[XWiki.ConfigurableClass>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application#HMaking20your20application20easily20configurable20with203Ctt3EConfigurableClass3C2Ftt3E20Since2023M1]] ==
218 218  
219 219  If you are developing an application and you need to provide your users with a way to configure it from the [[Administration Application>>extensions:Extension.Administration Application]] you are in luck. All you need to do is create a custom class holding all of the configuration for your application, then add an object of your custom configuration class and an object of ##XWiki.Configurable## class. You will be able to configure your application from the administration interface.
220 220  The following is an image of the administration interface with additional applications to be configured (you can customize the icon used).

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