All releases of Aspose.Slides for .NET

  •  28 May 2013 11:51
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    Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with a primary focus on chart rendering support. Many chart rendering issues including accessing charts plot area, chart legends rendering, accessing chart data, and charts failing to open in Edit mode have been resolved. Some PDF and thumbnail generation issues have also been mitigated. It also fixes chart background missing in generated PDF, Charts missing in generated PDF, Chart data labels, and many other issues.

    •  07 May 2013 16:54
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      Release Notes: It focuses on improved chart rendering. A new feature supporting setting predefined or customized data formats for chart data has been included. Some issues related to charting support, including editing of Aspose.Slides generated charts in PowerPoint and effects on charts when changing chart data using external Microsoft Excel files, have been resolved. The chart alignment issues, including plot area and legends rendering in thumbnails, have also been resolved. This release also enhances the performance of Aspose.Slides when exporting large presentations to PDF.

      •  25 Apr 2013 14:58
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        Release Notes: This release has enriched support for MSO charts. One can add different types of trend lines in Aspose generated MSO charts. This release introduces support for setting the chart data cell number format. For more details about the issue, please read about setting number formats for chart data cells. Linked Ole Frame support is added. This release resolves certain presentation rendering issues, including thumbnail generation and PDF export. Certain chart and SmartArt shape rendering issues have also been resolved. Some presentation access issues have been mitigated.

        •  20 Mar 2013 09:51
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          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.

          •  17 Jan 2013 18:42
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            Release Notes: This release adds support for changing particular series point color and hiding the chart series lines for StacedkBar charts. It also improves the text layout algorithm to support different type of spaces. Moreover, it also contains some important bugfixes like chart rendering on thumbnail, setting label positioning, text of a chart title, cloning slides, wrong text shadow, autoshapes rendering, chart dotted line rendering, and many more.

            •  10 Jul 2012 09:58
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              Release Notes: This release is primarily a maintenance release. It is now possible to add a secondary Y-axis to charts. The feature that lets you get the updated thumbnail of a presentation in Windows Explorer once updated was updated. Presentation rendering support and export to PDF were improved. Some presentation access issues have also been addressed, and some modifications were made to chart support. Chart in exported PDFs, bullet-to-text spacing, missing slide text, and arrow rendering were fixed.

              •  14 Jun 2012 11:07
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                Release Notes: This release can access document properties of password-protected presentations, supports embedded videos in case of PPTX, and supports exporting to SVG images for PPTX Slides. Many presentation rendering issues, including increased PDF size and improper rendering, have been resolved. Some of the presentation access issues with data access from added Ole frames have also been resolved. Chart support has been enhanced, and support for adding formatting for chart titles and labels has been introduced.

                •  14 May 2012 09:56
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                  Release Notes: This release added groundbreaking support for exporting presentations to HTML format. Support for rendering Arabic language and support for saving presentations in read only mode was added. It is now possible to set Access line format, and format the Category/Value axis. Several presentation access and slide cloning issues have been fixed. Rendering of charts was improved. Support for the managed Visual C++ environment was added.

                  •  07 Mar 2012 18:04
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                    Release Notes: This release introduces many new features including support for password-protecting presentations. Now you can set the custom colors schemes for the presentation and can also have the option to add a column for a table in PPTX presentations. Many of the presentation rendering issues that customers have reported around generating slide thumbnails and PDFs have been resolved. Other issues with slide cloning along and presentation access have also been mitigated.

                    •  27 Jan 2012 10:53
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                      Release Notes: This is primarily a maintenance release. This important product release includes improved support for accessing presentations causing issues in earlier versions. PowerPoint 2010 supports embedded videos inside a presentation, but Aspose.Slides for .NET lacked the capability to preserve embedded videos inside saved presentations. Support for embedded videos is provided in this release.

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