24 February 2020
Kia Ora! FlowPaper have undergone a number of performance optimizations for our web services during January which ensures stability and performance as we’re moving into 2020.
Apart from the cloud hosting upgrades; here’s a list of summarized changes that has been peformed.
- A number of memory performance improvements as well as output optimizations for Elements and Zine
- It is now possible to add custom CSS rules to your publications
- PDFTk, which was used for some operations, is no longer installed together with FlowPaper on Mac OSX
- Minor improvements text animations in FlowPaper Elements
- TOC will now close on small screens to make sure the underlying content is visible after navigating
- It is now possible to add custom CSS rules to the publications (Elements & Zine)
- Fixed a memory leak which prevented very large publications from processing properly
- It is now possible to use branding logos up to 250 px wide
- Fixed an issue for Zine where the publication wouldn’t rescale in all cases when going into full screen from an iframed page
- Improved the accuracy in font rendering regarding italic/bold if the font has those properties embedded as part of the font.
- Fix to improve the download of multiple PDF files at the same time in Zine when using split mode
- Fix for self-hosted videos not showing when password was applied to the publication