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Release 1.2 – Sep 26, 2014

1.21 Beta has lots of improvements: Edit pages with JS plugins (more about this here). Use Edit code together with visual editing Any changes done in LIB, PROP on the page, or in the tree are reflected in the code view. Changes done in the code view are reflected on the page and in the tree.

1.21 Beta has lots of improvements:

Edit pages with JS plugins (more about this here).

Use Edit code together with visual editing

Any changes done in LIB, PROP on the page, or in the tree are reflected in the code view. Changes done in the code view are reflected on the page and in the tree. Right-click on the element in the code to select it on the page.

Edit code supports Find and Replace:

  • find = Ctrl-F (PC), Cmd-F (Mac)
  • findNext = Ctrl-G (PC), Cmd-G (Mac)
  • findPrev = Shift-Ctrl-G (PC), Shift-Cmd-G (Mac)
  • replace = Shift-Ctrl-F (PC), Cmd-Alt-F (Mac)
  • replaceAll = Shift-Ctrl-R (PC), Shift-Cmd-Alt-F (Mac)

Open from url improvements

Remote pages are now loaded through a built-in proxy server. That lets Active option in CSS panel (that shows only CSS rules that affect the selected element) work regardless of where stylesheets are served.

Preview without saving

Pages can now be previewed in browser without having to save them first. Just click on CMD+B or Page -> Preview in Browser to open a special preview url in the external browser.

CSS panel and tree are now about 10x faster

Also CSS panel scrolls so that the stylesheet list, search bar and Add rule links are always visible.

Refresh page CMD+R

Up to PG 1.21 CMD+R reloaded the page. Now it uses special magic to reload the working state of the page (including unsaved changes). This is useful when editing pages with JS plugins that can get messed up during editing. Just do a refresh if that happens.

Undo & Redo will auto refresh the page

This makes undo and redo operation a bit slower, but is necessary to restore page properly if it is using JS plugins.

A couple of small things:

  • Zoom in Window menu
  • Option to auto add .html extension when saving
  • Vertical align and list style added to CSS props
  • Better readability, no more small-caps in tree and CSS panel

To-do:

  • Update Bootstrap to 3.2
  • Convert Foundation support to the new source engine
Let us know how the Beta works out for you. Looking forward to finally release it next week.


Last updated on November 19, 2017 at 1:53 pm



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