GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 18.1 Release Notes

This page contains release notes for GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 18.1

Major Features

Below is the list of most notable changes in release of GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 18.1:

  • Improved Replacement annotation for text in different paragraphs
  • Fixed import text field for Diagram documents
  • Fixed bug with import text annotations from pdf
  • Fixed resizing image when user pass width and height
  • Fixed creating of Arrow annotation for Diagrams
  • Fixed issue with wrong distance structure after export in diagram
  • Fixed issue with wrong polyline structure after export in diagram

Full List of Issues Covering all Changes in this Release

KeySummaryIssue Type
ANNOTATIONNET-583Add text redaction annotation in SlidesNew Feature
ANNOTATIONNET-582Add point with text for text annotationImprovement
ANNOTATIONNET-573Improve export of text annotations in SlidesImprovement
ANNOTATIONNET-570Improve annotation export for big font sizes for SlidesImprovement
ANNOTATIONNET-591Fix Point annotation in SlidesBug
ANNOTATIONNET-589Fix opacity value for import in DiagramsBug
ANNOTATIONNET-584Bug with import text field for diagramBug
ANNOTATIONNET-581Arrow annotation doesn’t create for diagramsBug
ANNOTATIONNET-578Fix Slides bug with coordinates of paragraph and portionBug
ANNOTATIONNET-577Words:Fixed cleanup for text redaction annotationBug
ANNOTATIONNET-574Bug with import text annotations from pdfBug
ANNOTATIONNET-572Wrong distance structure after export in diagramBug
ANNOTATIONNET-571Wrong polyline structure after export in diagramBug

Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes

This section lists public API changes that were introduced in GroupDocs.Annotation for .NET 18.1. It includes not only new and obsoleted public methods, but also a description of any changes in the behavior behind the scenes in GroupDocs.Annotation which may affect existing code. Any behavior introduced that could be seen as a regression and modifies existing behavior is especially important and is documented here.