Agent/SDK Updates

Agent 2.23.0

Fixed Guides present only inside an inner iframe are now also represented inside the resource center


Fixed Certain guide elements no longer wrap on hover


Fixed The resource center pulse notification was replaced with a far more performant animation


Fixed Under certain scenarios, track events were not getting correctly labeled with type track. This has been resolved

Agent 2.19.3

Fixed Announcements now produce both guideSeen and guideAdvanced events

Fixed Guides created in the visual designer render text correctly in old versions of Firefox (As Firefox is an evergreen browser, this is limited to point-of-sale devices, or other specific environments that do not typically receive software updates)

Fixed Better height calculations for banner guides created in the visual designer when a body tag has `position: absolute`

Agent 2.19.2

Added Support for guide content validation on translated guides

Fixed Better positioning logic for the Resource Center notification bubble on element activated Resource Centers

Fixed The onboarding module in the Resource Center will now correctly filter out guides that do not have matching elements on the page

Fixed Better handling of temporary guide state cookies for subdomains

Fixed Announcements now correctly pull their display date first from a scheduled delivery date if available, and otherwise will fall back to last published date

Agent 2.19.1

Added We’ve added code to allow customers to use a single install snippet across all of Pendo’s web products

Fixed Ensure guides that cross multiple iframes preserve and resume state correctly, even across page reloads

Fixed For guides created in the Visual Designer, elements inside of a guide row now correctly flex with %-based widths

Fixed Css-related errors thrown by IE7/8 are correctly trapped, to avoid guides not rendering in these environments

Fixed A check to ensure we’re only computing style on element nodes was made compatible with IE7/8

iOS SDK 1.52.2.3572

Fixed This fix is for apps using styled (attributed) text, making sure that the SDK never modifies the app’s text. (This happened in rare cases where a UILabel had its ‘.text’ property set after setting its ‘.attributedText’ property).