CPT 3.8.8 - RELEASE NOTES
Before installing this version, you should create a backup of your current database to protect against possible data loss.
SPECIAL NOTICE - This version is being released to specifically address an updating change to the API used by Dropbox. They are in the final stages of switching to their v2 API and as of Jun 17, 2017 will be discontinuing support for the v1 API. This means that prior versions of CPT using that API version will no longer be able to connect to the Dropbox cloud service. This does not pose any risk of data loss for our users, but because of some timing issues between Dropbox's cutoff date and our ongoing development for our next major release, it will require us to temporarily disable the device-to-device synchronization services in Chronic Pain Tracker. We do apologize for this inconvienience and will keep you posted on the status of our future release and ability to support this feature again. If you have any questions about this, please contact us at our normal support email address. Thanks!
ADDED - Support for Dropbox v2 API for database Backup/Restore operations
ADDED - Support for Dropbox v2 API for sending exported reports (PDF, HTML, or CSV formats) to Dropbox
ADDED - Support for seamless transition to new Dropbox API - as a user, you don't need to do anything. If you're already logged into Dropbox before you upgrade, you're login authorization will be translated automatically. Otherwise, just login as you normally would.
REMOVED - Support for iOS 8.x - also related to the move to Dropbox v2 API which only supports iOS 9.x and above
REMOVED - Device-to-Device Synchronization feature - (see note above) this will be brought back in our v4.0 release