WordPress 4.1.2 has been released. It’s a security release and I’m guessing most of you will pick it up passively using the auto-update features, so it’s nothing to worry about too much.
You can read about the fixes in this release here.
I’ve just installed it on 5 separate installations and there were no dramas.
I turned on my Nexus 7 last night and it asked if I wanted to upgrade to Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean). The install was pretty quick and went through with no dramas.
I’m not all that interested in the whole Android thing. To be honest, I can’t even be bothered to check the change log. It’s just an enabling technology for me, not something I’m passionate about. What I can say it that it has finally fixed the home page swivel issue. In case you hadn’t heard, the Nexus 7 automatically orientates the screen to whichever way you are holding it, except for the home page which always stays in portrait mode. Not any more. Finally it too can swivel.
I was never sure why this screen didn’t act like all the others, but it seems Google has responded to the criticism and sorted it.
VirtualBox 4.1.2 was released while I was out in Australia. I’ve just been playing catch-up and noticed it reported here.
The downloads and changelogs are in the usual places.