This will be the final new language update. UpdateKit now supports installing language files separately without requiring a full update. You can learn more by clicking “Translate” on the UpdateKit website!
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Fix for Chinese translation
العربية 繁體中文 简体中文
(Arabic & Chinese Traditional/Simplified now supported)
Deutsch, Italiano, 日本語, Norsk, Português (Brasil), Svenska, & Tiếng Việt
Moved broadcasts out of the main update file to keep things clean.
UpdateKit now supports version numbers with unlimited decimal places. Huge thanks to @pfg in the RoutineHub Discord for helping figure out a way to do this!
Adds a check to see if the user's device is not connected to the internet. If the device is offline, UpdateKit does not run. This should eliminate the error message that used to show when running without a connection. Also prevented the emergency message checker from running in Check Version mode.
Fixes a crash on iPads introduced in 2.3.
upgrades to data storage. Skipped version data is now stored in the UpdateKit folder in iCloud Drive instead of individual Shortcut folders so that other developers can use the Preferences.txt file. You may delete existing Preferences.txt files that contain skipped version data.
Adds support for a broadcast messaging system that can be used by to warn about bad UpdateKit installs or other important information. This feature is not open to other Shortcut developers at this time.
Rolls back the change in 2.1 that skipped Safari when installing updates due to unreliablility of Shortcuts URLs.
When installing an update, the link now opens directly in the Shortcuts app instead of bouncing out to Safari first.
Added support for updating Shortcuts through RoutineHub. For more information, please see the UpdateKit documentation.