A few tweaks and fixes this time, so let's take a look …
A pwned account is where a username and password you use with an online service has suffered a data breach. Sadly breaches are becoming increasingly regular and it's only going to get worse.
We're now tapping into Troy's good work and making checks on your passwords when using the website. If the password you use has been subject to a breach, you'll see something like this:
Read more about securing your account.
Enhanced database security.
Added appropriate advice about meeting strangers.
On opening toepoke in a new tab, the full dashboard is presented, rather than just the next match.
Enhanced the demo data to include seasons data.
Passwords now need to be between 10 and 128 characters in length.
An error could be generated on the Find a game screen.
Buttons not rendering in e-mails when viewed in Outlook web for exchange.
We weren't listing the match correctly on the cancel/resume match screens.
Removed the "unique squad number" reference as it was causing confusion with the "unique invite code" players get when joining a squad.
Season size setting wasn't being saved on the squad template screen.
On mobile devices, the season stats (for teams) was showing the earliest match results rather than the latest.
Double clicking on the sign-in button would cause an anti-forgery token error, resulting in an error screen - disabled double form submissions.
Export Teams function on team picker screen wasn't exporting email address of players.
That's all folks!
Until next time ... may your matches be full of players, and you boots stay laced up.
Every week we'll invite everyone and track who can and who can't play.
We'll remind them they're playing, help pick the sides. You know, all the boring stuff!
Loose the faff, bring back the fun, with toepoke.co.uk!
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