Opening Tableau Desktop with a Presto connection on Mac sometimes failed and Tableau Desktop closed unexpectedly.
Views did not update with new data after performing an incremental extract refresh in Tableau Desktop.
In some cases, when connected to Amazon Redshift, using a calculated field containing a DATEDIFF function would result in an error: Invalid operation: Overflow or underflow for DATEPART/EXTRACT ‘epoch’
Extra spaces in Initial SQL statements for Teradata could sometimes cause an error: Data definition not valid unless solitary
The layout of filters in a dashboard could be compressed if the dashboard was initially loaded when in presentation mode.
Extract refreshes using Tableau Bridge could intermittently fail with an error: Your connection has probably timed out. Try to reconnect to Tableau Server.
Refreshing an Amazon Athena extract using the Data > Refresh All Extracts menu option would fail because it did not prompt for database credentials
Referencing a level of detail calculation, containing a DATETRUNC or DATEPART function, in another level of detail calculation could result in an error: No such column [＿dimension＿N]
Highlighters would be removed when replacing data sources.
Sometimes Tableau Desktop closed unexpectedly when performing a Save As on a Mac.
When viewing Full Data in Tableau Desktop or downloading Full Data in Tableau Server, sometimes a timeout error occurred.
When attempting to insert a user filter in Tableau Desktop, if there were multiple Tableau Server groups with the same name, they all showed the user list from the first group created, and the filter selection would apply to all groups with the same name.
In environments requiring proxy authentication for internet access, Tableau Desktop would sometimes crash after entering proxy credentials.