FlowPaper 3.2.3 Release Notes

1 October 2018

Kia Ora (means hello in New Zealand Maori language) all FlowPaper users!

We have quite a few enhancement in this release which we hope you’ll all enjoy! They include the ability to add iframes to your publications, the ability to track time spent on the pages and a new tri-fold style publication for our ‘Creative’ license holders! See the major changes below.

  • Fixed an issue where disabling search and page number wasn’t hiding the related controls in Zine
  • The publishing dialogue has been made easier to use
  • Performance improvements for editing reflowable publications
  • Fixed a regression error related to publishing ePub3
  • Added more style settings for reflow publications
  • Added the ability to remove all items it the table of contents editor
  • Added the ability to configure link target for all templates in the desktop publisher
  • Added support for embedding iframes into web publications via the desktop publisher
  • Fixed an issue where it wouldn’t be possible to link to the last pages in two-fold publications if using the Elements template
  • Elements publications now support thumbnail navigation
  • Fixed an issue where two fold publications would not render the last page properly in certain Elements publications
  • Added link icons for both Zine and Elements publications
  • Added link popover texts for both Zine and Elements publications
  • Its now possible to edit link, image and video properties after they have been set instead of recreating the element
  • Added ‘Time Spent’ to the Google Analytics that can be collected using FlowPaper for both Zine, Elements and digital cross-platform editions
  • Added a new FlowPaper Elements template called ‘Folded Pages’ which looks like a tri-fold in its look but allows horizontal scrolling
  • Added more image output quality options for the Elements and Zine viewer
  • Fixed an issue where IE11 was only printing the first page in some scenarios
  • Improved auto detection of email links in Zine

Kia Kaha!