Release Notes: This release includes saving a presentation as a Web page and TIFF compression, and multi-page vs single-page TIFFs options for generated images. It also adds support for changing the text color for PPTX TextFrameEx, ParagraphEx, and PropertyEx, and exporting Asp .NET charts to presentation as charts. This release also fixes some important bugfixes, such as saving large PowerPoint files to SVG, the position of chart labels, bullet text rendering, EMF image rendering in generated PDFs, text missing in generated thumbnails, text effects missing, an NPE when exporting a presentation to PDF, incorrect position of chart labels, many more.
Release Notes: This release is part of the ongoing process to develop a merged Aspose.Slides for the .NET API that is at par with the legacy Aspose.Slides for the .NET API. The legacy Aspose.Slides for the .NET API will be phased out once the merged API incorporates all the same features and is fully mature. This release adds support for loading, saving, editing, and rendering 2D SmartArt objects. It also rectifies some reported issues regarding presentation access in this release. There are some known issues in this release; they are being worked on.
Release Notes: This release enhanced support for SmartArt loading, saving, editing, and 2D rendering of objects. It is now possible to set SmartArt background color and text rendering, to set multi-level chart categories, and automatically update linked OLE frame data. Several presentation rendering issues inside exported PDF and slides thumbnails were fixed, including missing hyperlinks, missing images, wrong font substitution, and improper text rendering.
Release Notes: This release add improvements towards SmartArt and chart rendering support. The preservation of charts entities and SmartArt shapes inside generated thumbnails and PDF files have also been ensured. Issues pertaining to slide transition and animation effects in saved presentations have been resolved. This release has rectified the inconsistencies when saving presentations with OLE frames which earlier resulted in corrupted presentations. Issues pertaining to exceptions in accessing or saving presentations have been addressed.
Release Notes: A new feature was added for replacing the image in the Presentation class’ PictureCollection. All shapes in the presentation that use the selected image are automatically updated to use the new image. Many chart, bullet, and text rendering issues encountered during slide thumbnail generation and PDF and HTML export were fixed. Presentation access and saving issues were also addressed.
Release Notes: This release has many improvements. It has implemented support for setting a relative picture frame size as available in Microsoft PowerPoint. Please visit the documentation for an example. It also makes great improvements towards SmartArt rendering support, and many issues encountered when rendering presentations with SmartArt shapes have been rectified. It addresses performance-related issues and has made some good improvements in this area. Many PDF and thumbnail generation issues involving charts, tables, and text have also been rectified.