DF Studio is pleased to announce that the following changes have been deployed to all accounts throughout this April. Up-to-date information on the latest releases can always be found in the Release Notes listing.


Account Administration
  • The button for “single-user mode” and “multi-user mode” has been eliminated from the login form.
File Management & Organization
  • Every asset in DF Studio now features a globally unique identifier (DFS ID), allowing asset data to be compared across DF Studio accounts without the possibility of duplicate IDs.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug which allowed previews imported into a Project from watermarked Messengers to be imported without watermarks.
  • Addressed an issue which caused excessive delays loading the “Single” asset view when accessing Messengers including large numbers of assets.
Uploads & Assignments
  • Fixed a bug which caused improper display of Project names in the Upload Monitor when uploading to Projects with ampersand characters (&) in their names.
File Management & Organization
  • Disabled the “slideshow” view in contexts where Visual Screen Protection (VSP) is enabled, to prevent unauthorized access to images.
  • Resolved an issue which caused the current view to reload after completing a renaming operation, potentially resetting a user’s page or filtering settings. It is now necessary to refresh the view manually in order to see the updated filenames.
  • Addressed a bug which could cause inaccurate asset counts when reporting the progress of a renaming operation.
  • Corrected a misconfiguration which caused the DFS ID to be absent from the Asset Inspector when viewing the results of a global asset search.
  • Fixed an issue which caused unusual characters to appear within certain names in the left-hand navigational sidebar.
  • Resolved a bug which could prevent the workspace from loading correctly when displaying assets containing more than one period in the filename (for example, image001..jpg).
  • Performed various updates to security measures, to reduce the risk of sophisticated attackers gaining unauthorized access to information.