Today (10/27) Joom!Fish release version 2.0.4. This release contains several minor bug fixes and one security fix. This security fix is related to an XSS vulnerability found in the language switching module. If you are using an previous version of Joom!Fish, please update at your earliest convenience.

For Traditional Chinese users you may be glad to see that Taiwan's flag is now included in the official Joom!Fish release. You can use the flag with tw as the short code when you configure languages in your Joom!Fish installation.

With this Joom!Fish 2.0.4 release, the support for PHP 4.x is now officially deprecated. Starting next version, Joom!Fish 2.1, only PHP 5.0 and above will be supported with some PHP 5.3 capabilities added. If you are still using PHP 4.x, please seriously consider a upgrade.

Joom!Fish Team provided one full package and 3 upgrade patches. To start a new installation, of course, you have to use the full package. But, for upgrade from previous version, you can choose to uninstall the old version and reinstall with the full package of the new version, or simply uncompress the correct update patch directly into your Joomla! installation.

All the packages can be found at Joom!Fish's download page.

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