Inline Images, Element Alignment, New Page Browser, and More
Here at FlippingBook, there’s nothing more important to us than helping you get the most out of your publications and making your work in FlippingBook Publisher as quick and efficient as possible.
That’s why today we’re happy to share with you our new summer release. It’s packed with features that will allow you to make your publications even more enticing in a fast and easy way.
Let’s get right to it, shall we?
You’ve been asking us if you can add an image to your publication that will stay in-page and won’t open in a pop-up.
And you know what? Now you can! Along with adding pop-up images, you can weave inline images right into the page. They will look seamless in your publication and make your content even more compelling
It can be very handy when you want to add or update images in your publication (some illustrations or banners, for example) but don’t want to change the whole PDF. Please note that inline images won't be added to the PDF for download.
Have you ever wanted the option to align all the elements that you’ve added in the Content Editor?
From now on, you can easily do so. Just select several elements, be it links, videos, images, or GIFs, and adjust them together in the Content Editor. It can be very useful when you add several elements at once and want to align them to look smooth and clean on the page.
We’ve reimagined how the Page Browser in FlippingBook Publisher looks and works. It’s got a new neat and modern design. Page thumbnails are now bigger, and it is more convenient to change their size and see their content right away.
Plus, the right-click menu has become more comfortable to use, with new commands that make your work in the Page Browser even faster. For example, you can select all the pages with one click and edit the settings for all of them. Check out how Page Browser looks and tell us what you think.
Page shadow depth
You can now set page shadow depth for the whole publication as well as individual pages in just a few clicks. It’s very convenient because it allows you to set the same page shadow depth for the whole publication right away but still have the option of changing page shadow depth for an individual page. For example, you can disable it if you don’t need shadow on a certain widespread.
Custom link highlight opacity
Now you have the option to set custom link highlight opacity and make it as light or deep as you need. It allows you to think through all the details of your publication so that even the color of the links highlight matches your design.
That’s all for now. We hope that our new enhancements will make your work in FlippingBook Publisher more comfortable and efficient, and help your readers enjoy your professional-looking publications.
Go ahead and download our newest FlippingBook Publisher 2019.3. You can find the full list of new features and improvements in the release notes. We’ll be happy to hear what you think, so leave your comments below.
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