When republishing a workbook that used an extract, you were not prompted for a password even when the original workbook had included an embedded password. Subsequent attempts to refresh the extract would fail due to an invalid (missing) password.
Editing a Filter Action when Run on single select only is enabled and Selected Fields is selected caused the list of fields to be lost when clicking OK.
Google BigQuery connection load times took longer than in previous releases.
While in presentation mode on a dashboard, the Go to Sheet option did not appear.
Starting Tableau Desktop and switching to another application before taking any action in Tableau Desktop sometimes caused Tableau Desktop to close.
Proxy configurations that sent authentication messages of over 4095 characters caused Tableau Desktop to shut down immediately after starting.
Tableau Desktop attempts to use graphics card hardware acceleration for rendering and falls back to software rendering when a card does not support hardware acceleration. With some graphics cards Tableau Desktop was not falling back to software rendering as expected but would close instead.
Logging into Tableau Server, Tableau Online, or Tableau Public from a computer with only one CPU sometimes resulted in an "Invalid user or password" error.
On the Mac, some third-party pointing devices sometimes caused Tableau Desktop to fail to start.
Opening some workbooks with Teradata connections caused Tableau Desktop to close.
With Tableau Desktop on the Mac, column headers on the data source page were misaligned with the data when scrolled completely to the right.
Editing an existing data connection with a complex set of tables and adding a new table sometimes corrupted the connection, making the associated worksheets inaccessible.
Connecting to a text file with a long path caused the Connect to Data window to expand, with no way to resize it.
Using Tableau Desktop on the Mac, the workbook locale was always US English, regardless of computer settings.
On a dashboard, clicking the Go to Sheet icon for a did not take you to the sheet until you clicked a second time.
Some fonts, such as Palatino Linotype, displayed too much space after capital letters.
Passwords for Amazon Redshift data sources that contain percent symbols are now correctly handled.
In Tableau Desktop on the Mac, opening a data source while a Salesforce, Google Analytics, OData or Azure data source was in the process of extracting data caused an error or caused Tableau Desktop to stop responding.
When copying text from Excel to Tableau, if the last line of data was a single character without a record delimiter, the last item was not included.
Opening a workbook and extract that were created in a prior version of Tableau Desktop and included a week calculation could cause an error.
In Tableau Desktop on the Mac, choosing Print Active Sheet printed all selected sheets.
Using Tableau Desktop on a Mac, Teradata connections resulted in the error: “The drivers necessary to connect to this database server are not properly installed” even if the drivers had been installed. Opening Terminal allowed you to connect to the Teradata database using Tableau Desktop.