Changes were applied to improve security. See ADV-2018-001, 2018-002, 2018-003 and 2018-004 in Security Bulletins for more details.
In published views, the buttons to drill down or up a hierarchy could sometimes be obscured by the header sort button.
In environments running Tableau Server 10.4.2 or 10.3.6, subscriptions and PDF exports of workbooks containing stories could cause high CPU usage and excessive logging resulting in hard disk space issues and potential server outage.
When viewing content (i.e. workbooks, views, etc.) in a list view, the star icons for favorite items did not correctly remain in sync if you sorted the view.
Custom default number formatting for numeric dimensions was lost upon publishing a workbook.
Searching for tags containing ampersand characters did not return expected results.
In workbooks with tooltips set to show on hover, selecting View Data from the tooltip would result in a blank page.
Publishing an extract to Tableau Server using the Java Tableau SDK from a macOS machine would fail with an error: A requested feature, protocol or option was not found built-in in this libcurl due to a build-time decision.
In some views, borders were not fully rendered after upgrading to Tableau Server 10.2 or higher from an older version.
Initial load of some dashboards would fail to render the layout correctly. A subsequent refresh would correct the issue.
When loading workbooks connected to stored procedure based published data sources, Data Server processes could sometimes randomly crash.
Dimension members consisting of a single space character could not be selected in a single value dropdown filter.
Inconsistent results were returned when searching for a site after initial login or in the site menu.
Sheet titles containing multiple lines of text were unexpectedly cut off.
Some views would fail to render in Internet Explorer 11 when your display was set to a low DPI setting (i.e. when text and other Windows UI elements are made larger).