FlowPaper 3.2.7 Release Notes

Monday 21st January 2019

The summer is firing at full throttle here in the land of the long white cloud. The release this month contains both fixes as well as a number of improvements. One of the features included that has been requested by many, is the ability to replace pages in an imported PDF document without losing changes.

Changes in this release:

  • It is now possible to replace pages in Zine publications without losing changes to added links, videos etc.
  • Fixed an issue where re-opening Elements publications with a TOC/Bookmarks would render fonts incorrectly
  • Fixed an issue where having a different output directory than standard void prevent cloud uploads
  • Fixed an issue where pages were not centering properly when zoomed in when using pages of different sizes
  • Fixed an issue where sharing Elements publications on Facebook would cause the license key check to fail
  • Improved space handling in Elements publications
  • Fixed an issue where the preview mode would force the viewer into two-page mode on mobile even if in landscape
  • Fixed an issue where Google Analytics events would be recorded when viewing publications inside the desktop publisher
  • Fixed an issue where scrolling to the bottom in Portrait while using the Zine viewer wouldn’t show the last page completely in certain scenarios
  • Improved performance when pages are changed at the same time as glyphs being rendered in the Zine viewer
  • FlowPaper Elements publications now support nested (tree with branches) table of contents menus
  • Now tracking events to Google Analytics for when videos are being played
  • Now tracking events to Google Analytics for when PDFs are downloaded via the toolbar
  • Improved text accuracy in EPUB/EPUB3 for texts where the characters are spaced out using multiple whitespaces
  • Improved search abstract texts in their accuracy (in Zine)
  • Improved partial swiping for reflowable publications
  • Fixed an issue where expanding the left panel would shrink the publication incorrectly in Elements
  • Fixed a regression issue where in-publication links wouldn’t navigate properly in Elements publications
  • Fixed an issue where the nav buttons would be slightly mispositioned in the Elements viewer when resized on the first page