What’s included in v2.8?

End-users can add external content in their projects

End-users can get external content

Dynamic Elements allow for gathering data from outside the application. We are now providing you with tools enabling you to deliver high value-added “Extras” to end-users.

In the Extra tab, you can offer two options: defined presets (such as a saved QR code) or new element (such as “Select To Change Url”). It is also possible to define placeholders in themes.

Integration instructions will depend of your system specifications and third party’s agreements.

More possibilities  for multi-surfaced  products with masks

More possibilities for multi-surfaced products with masks

Apply mask to each individual surface separately, as opposed to using one mask for all surfaces at once.

It gives you more possibilities to integrate complex products, and to create multiple items inside the same project. Examples: Complex wall decor, Card + envelope, Business card + letterhead, Baseball cap + t-shirt

 New blank theme for every product

New blank theme for every product

End-users can now start with a “Design your own” theme in all the products, not just photobooks.

These themes contain only a white background –
no photo, no text. Perfect for end-users who want to express their uniqueness from scratch.

Presenting these new themes in first row, makes it easier to find it, and respond to the “Do-it-Yourself” type of end-users.

Improved warning  messages tooltips

Improved warning messages tooltips

This tooltip redesign allows you to show a single warning icon for multiple print issues (i.e. low resolution and in the margin).

Now, the warning icon appears with a number showing how many print issues are detected for that one element.

Note: The binding and margin warning features can be activated and deactivated.

Important  photo information  is easier to see

Important photo information is easier to see

When you move your cursor over a photo, an information icon appears in its upper right corner.

Rolling over the icon displays useful information about that image including the file name and
enlargement ratio.

The Unsafe Binding Zone  is no longer a mystery

The Unsafe Binding Zone is no longer a mystery

Prior to this release, the end-user was made aware of the meaning of the red zone only when their cursor hovered over it. So, if an element crossed into the red zone but the user didn’t move their cursor over it, they had no way of knowing that the element might be affected.

Now, if a photo or text is positioned in the Unsafe Binding Zone a warning icon appears on the element and a message is presented to the end user when their cursor rolls over the icon. (Note: The binding margin can be activated or deactivated)