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From version Brilliant 4.0.4:
- Fixed visualization graph sliders
- Fixed data tables going off the screen
- Fixed urls sometimes opening the wrong tab
- Fixed crash when going to the next quiz
- Removed "Like" and "Repost" menu items
- Fixed hang/ANR and crash when navigating around Courses
- Fixed some LaTeX blocks being rendered in-line with text, instead of separately
- Fixed Quiz completion screen for the last Quiz in a Chapter
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