GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 17.10 Release Notes

This page contains release notes for GroupDocs.Comparsion for .NET 17.10

Major Features

Below the list of the most notable features improvements and fixes for GroupDocs.Comparison 17.10:

  • Authors were added to all changes
  • Bug with changed styles in Note was fixed
  • SaveImages and GetImages methods in Note were fixed
  • Cell’s Aligner was improved
  • Intermediate paragraph algorithm was added to Note
  • Outline’s styles were added
  • AlignWithoutPositioning algorithm was added to Note
  • Note’s Summary page was fixed
  • Comparison of headerFoters was added to PDF

Full List of Issues Covering all Changes in this Release

KeySummaryIssue Type
COMPARISONNET-1407Add coordinates of Images as StylesNew Feature
COMPARISONNET-1395Add ParagraphMergerNew Feature
COMPARISONNET-1387Add set password to document for PDFNew Feature
COMPARISONNET-1409Pdf Improvements:Check compare and add HeaderFooter to documentImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1408Pdf Improvements: Update page propertiesImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1402Improve compare of comments in Comparison.CellsImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1400Refactoring for settings codeImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1396Remove null checking from FeelChild methodImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1390Improve Comparison.NoteImprovement
COMPARISONNET-1410Fix summary page styleBug
COMPARISONNET-1405Fix Deep Changed NodesBug
COMPARISONNET-1399Fix saveImages and getImages methods for Comparison.NoteBug
COMPARISONNET-1394Bug with same text divided on different paragraphsBug
COMPARISONNET-1392Bug with excess outlineBug
COMPARISONNET-1385issue in Getting author for the changes (Changeinfo)Bug

Public API and Backward Incompatible Changes

This section lists public API changes that were introduced in GroupDocs.Comparison for .NET 17.10. It includes not only new and obsoleted public methods, but also a description of any changes in the behavior behind the scenes in GroupDocs.Comparison 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.