In Tableau Desktop, when you right clicked a scroll bar in a view and selected 'Scroll Here', the scroll bar position would change but the view did not scroll.
In some cases, showing a filter in a view would cause Tableau Desktop to crash unexpectedly.
Corrected the locations of the following Florida zip codes: 33037, 33040, 33050
Selecting packed bubbles from Show Me did not default to the correct stack marks setting.
In Tableau Desktop, if you scrolled a view, and then navigated between views via filter action, the scrolled views could sometimes become distorted.
Corrected the filled map shape for the 83544 zip code.
Corrected the filled map shape for Hong Kong.
When joining tables to create a data source in Tableau Desktop, if you added an extract filter and then added an additional table to the join, the extract filter would be removed with no warning.
When you copied a sheet containing a boolean parameter with aliases to another workbook, the parameter would sometimes get into a non-functional state in the target workbook.
Tableau Desktop would automatically regenerate hierarchies when you connected to a published data source, even if the hierarchies had been explicitly removed when the data source was published.
Connecting to an R data file in Tableau Desktop could sometimes take significantly longer than an equivalent CSV file.
Adding a sheet with a thicker row border to a vertical layout container would cause a scroll bar to appear in the sheet even if there was plenty of space in the container to display the sheet content.
Corrected coordinates for the Japanese city of Nagano.
When a sheet name contained a '%' character, and the sheet contained highlighting, an error or crash would occur when interacting with the sheet in Tableau Desktop.
In some views with colored marks, and column or row grand totals shown, filtering out all mark values resulted in an error: "No such column [system:visual].[is_mark_total]"
In some cases, when the Tableau Online Sync Client is set to run continuously, pressing the 'Run Now' icon to trigger a refresh for a data source appeared to have no effect. This was especially the case when attempted immediately after logging into Windows.
Incorrectly labeled "Opacity" as "Transparency slider".