Managing StarLeaf releases Earlier releasesLast updated March 11, 2020
These release notes provide you with information about the latest upgrade to the StarLeaf Cloud, Portal, and endpoints. This is a feature release and is effective from April 2018.
All upgrades take place outside of normal office hours for all regions. Endpoints automatically restart and reconnect to the Cloud after the upgrade.
StarLeaf operates a system of rolling upgrades across our data centers, which are distributed globally. New features may be enabled separately.
Cloud 7.1 provides the following new features:
GT Mini audio-in
|For all new GT Mini 3330 and GT 3351 room systems, HDMI audio-in (via the DVi-I connector) is enabled by default|
Click-to-Call user experience
|For users making browser-based calls, Cloud 7.1 provides increased resilience to suboptimal network conditions with improvements to the mechanism by which Click-to-Call responds dynamically to fluctuations in bandwidth availability|
Portal reseller experience
|The Customer page in the Portal is now paginated which will speed up loading time for this page for resellers with many customers|
|Disable user activation emails||When users are added to the Cloud either through the Portal or through an integration such as Okta, the Cloud sends the user an ‘account activation’ email. From Cloud 7.1, you can elect to disable the sending of this email and instead inform your users in whatever way you choose. To disable the sending of activation emails, contact StarLeaf Support|
|StarLeaf on desktop and mobile|
|Guest experience||Guests who use StarLeaf on the desktop or on mobile will automatically have a chat or call history with the person who invited them|
|There are improvements to the ordering of search results within the app|
Bug fixes effective in StarLeaf Cloud 7.1:
|15065||In previous versions, under certain circumstances a call into a meeting that was being recorded could fail. Cloud 7.1 fixes this issue|
|15668||The password reset link in the scheduling add-in for Office365 now behaves as expected.|
|15931||Browser client (Click-to-Call) participants who have video muted no longer appear as a black pane in the meeting layout|
|16183||In the previous version, there could be problems when setting up a meeting using Medley if one of the invite recipients receives email via Sendgrid. Cloud 7.1 fixes this issue.|
|16198||In the previous version, shared content (using Tandberg BFCP) could fail in a call that included a a Pexip device and a SIP endpoint. Cloud 7.1 fixes this issue|
|16419||In the previous version, under certain circumstances, recordings of meeting could be at lower-than-expected resolution. Cloud 7.1 fixes this issue. For more information about recording meetings, refer to The StarLeaf Encore recording service|
The Email domain field on the Portal > Add customer page is no longer case sensitive
|Component||Minimum version in Cloud 7.1|
For per-vendor interoperability information, refer here.
|5454||Breeze full screen mode is not supported on Mac OSX versions below 10.7|
|10858||Internet Explorer 11: When you access a user page on the Portal using Internet Explorer 11, the time zone selection box automatically opens|
|11755||There is a BFCP interoperability issue between Cisco VCS and the StarLeaf Cloud which can cause screen share to be disabled mid call|
|12040||Using Click-to-Call in the Safari browser on OSX sometimes results in difficulties receiving shared content and dropped calls when the Safari tab is minimized for longer than 10 seconds. This is due to the AppNap feature on OSX that puts background applications to sleep if they are not in the foreground|
|12067||In some circumstances, when a Skype for Business client attempts to add video or content into a StarLeaf conference with no other video participants there can be unexpected call failure|
|12134||For calls where one participant is using a Polycom Trio, audio and/or video might stop when starting or stopping content share|