- Added the possibility to customize parts styles.
- Added a keyboard shortcut to save all pending modifications (Ctrl+Shift+S).
- Added the possibility to auto save the modified documents when the application is inactive (experimental feature).
- PageFabric can now be controlled by organizations using GPO and Registry keys.
- You can now use Git as a file versioning system and a team collaboration tool.
- Added a contextual menu in the Publish view, to help you open files quickly.
- Introducing PageFabric Web Packages.
This page lists the content of the version 2022.4.30.0.
- Fixed a bug that could appear on some PCs at launch in some conditions.
- Fixed a possible lag when typing fast in the visual editor.
- Fixed a bug that caused formatted code Parts to be published without line breaks when using the Minify output html option in application settings.
- Fixed a bug that caused Undo/Redo to fail after clearing a box background image.
- Fixed a bug that caused the Ribbon keyboard navigation to bring to front the wrong tab in some cases.
- Fixed a bug that caused toggle buttons to behave strangely when added to the QAT.
- Added a check on website publication settings before you can actually use the Publication module.
- Improved keyboard navigation in message boxes such as Save, Save all, Yes/No questions...
- Added the possibility to enable/disable intelligent services, such as auto image alternative texts. See application settings.
- Added shades to Mica background on Windows 11.
- Context menus now support Acrylic texture on Windows 11.
- Added some checks in the create website wizard to avoid the use of folders that already contain data.
- You can now resize the Website settings dialog. Size will persist across sessions.
- You can now resize the Application settings dialog. Size will persist across sessions.
- You can now add dropdown controls to the Quick Access Toolbar.
- Made some visual adjustments on various UI components.
- Context menus sometimes opened with a small offset. This is now fixed on Windows 11. The problem remains on Windows 10.
- The Store button has been replaced by the Publish button. The Store will be replaced by a new feature in the next versions.
- When you exclude a page, the extension id renamed to ".exclude.page", so the explorer panel loses the link with the attached ".code" file.
- On Windows 10, the main menu of the Code editor window can lose its background color when opened.
- The local webserver process may stay active after the application is closed.
- The local webserver may have a wrong version of pages in cache, so you may not see immediately your modifications. Kill the process (PageFabric.WebHost) and restart it using the Run Locally menu.
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