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Release 1.11 – May 29, 2014

Lots of goodies in this release! The most important is support for defining custom responsive breakpoints together with the media query selection tool. This works on any HTML page, regardless of which framework it is using (or not). See it in action and learn how to use Pinegrow to create responsive sites. Multi-page editing was

Lots of goodies in this release!

The most important is support for defining custom responsive breakpoints together with the media query selection tool. This works on any HTML page, regardless of which framework it is using (or not).

See it in action and learn how to use Pinegrow to create responsive sites.

Multi-page editing was also improved. Mirroring now works both ways, so that you can make changes to any of the main page’s views and all changes will be propagated back to the main page. Save command will always save the main page even if you’re editing its view.

Learn about views, mirrors and duplicates.

New keyboard shortcuts that will save you a lot of time:

  • CMD/CTRL + E will take you straight to edit page code mode and back.
  • CMD/CTRL + B will save the current page and open it in browser.
CSS panel got two new checkbox right bellow the search field:
  • Active will show only those CSS rules that apply to the selected element.
  • Visible at X px will show only the rules that are relevant to the current screen size.
Bootstrap updates:
  • container-fluid added
  • navbar is fixed so that it now always contains a container
  • push-0, pull-0 and offset-0 classes were added.
Save All will now also save changes to component libraries.
Startup on Windows is now a lot faster because we’re using Enigma VirtualBox for packaging the app. This avoids having to unzip tons of small files every time the app is started.


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