When republishing a workbook with embedded credentials, you were not prompted for user credentials and subsequent attempts to refresh the extract on Tableau Server would fail because user credentials had not been entered.
With several data sources (for example, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and Google BigQuery), when you opened a workbook that uses groups, an error appeared.
When a user filter referenced a field that was added to the filters shelf, and you included the user filter field in a dynamic title, the title did not display properly.
When creating bins on a measure with a name that includes the percent (%) character, the first bin was created successfully, but a subsequent attempt to create a bin would result in an error: "Internal Error An unexpected error occurred and the operation could not be completed" or Tableau would close unexpectedly.
When you edited a worksheet title in the Edit Title dialog box while using a right-to-left language (such as Arabic or Hebrew), clicking the Left alignment button showed the text as right aligned.
When performing a worksheet action like Hide or Delete, Tableau Desktop could close unexpectedly.
Using Automatic Proxy Configuration on a Mac sometimes caused Tableau Desktop to stop responding
When editing a calculated field using a formula that included English text and Arabic or Hebrew characters, the formula punctuation and text displayed incorrectly.
When you selected a file on SharePoint for use in Tableau Desktop or Tableau Reader, sometimes the file would not open.
When connected to an extract in Tableau Desktop, copying and pasting a sheet within a packaged workbook caused a duplicate data source to appear in the Data pane.
When you changed the dashboard font to white, the radio button center and background for the parameter filters were also white, so you could not see which filter was selected.
When importing from an Excel file that contained a null or blank text field, Tableau assigned the Excel column header name to the fields, rather than assigning null.
Attempting to print a Tableau sheet or workbook from a command line using the /pt function caused the Print dialog box to open.