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What's New in this Release?
We are pleased to announce the new release of Aspose.Slides for .NET 7.2.0. This release includes a great feature for saving presentation as a webpage and TIFF compression and multi-page vs single-page TIFFs options for generated images. This release also adds support for changing text color for PPTX TextFrameEx, ParagraphEx, PropertyEx and exporting Asp .NET charts to presentation as charts. This release also fixes some important bug fixes, such as saving large PowerPoint to SVG, position of a chart labels, bullets text rendering, EMF image rendering in generated PDF, text missing in generated thumbnail, text effects missing, NPE when exporting presentation to PDF, Incorrect position of a chart labels and many more This release includes plenty of new features & bug fixes as listed below
- Saving presentation as a webpage
- FontsLoader implementation for Aspose.Slides for .NET
- Add support for changing text color for PPTX TextFrameEx, ParagraphEx, PropertyEx
- TIFF compression and multi-page vs single-page TIFFs options for generated images
- Setting default font for rendering
- Chart data range resize option gets missing when chart is updated using Aspose.Slides
- Support for exporting Asp .NET charts to presentation as charts
- Support for exporting Asp .NET table/grids to PowerPoint
- The generated PDF quality is now good as that PDF generated using MS Interop
- Generated HTML file fail to open images in older versions of IE is fixed
- An emf+ image added to a ppt presentation's slide loses it quality is now fixed
- Presentation Repair message on editing chart in presentation
- Vertical spacing for text is changed in generated thumbnail is resolved
- Incorrect position of a chart labels is fixed.
- Error Debug.Assert in PdfWriter.FloatToStr is fixed
- fitTextToShape in cell of table now working properly
- Bullets text improperly rendered
- Removing the chart category still renders the chart in generated is fixed
- Chart category axis get cropped in generated thumbnail
- Source Master layout slide is improperly applied to cloned slide is now fixed
- Slide background color changes in generated PDF is fixed
- EMF image improperly rendered in generated PDF is fixed
- The underline missing in generated PDF is resolved
- InvertIfNegative now work for series points
- Major Horizontal Grid lines appearing in Bar charts in exported PDF
- Presentation repair message appears Aspose generated PPT is opened in PowerPoint 2013 is fixed
- The category axis label text is rendered in two lines instead of one is fixed
- Presentation Repair message pops up on removing last slide from presentation
- Text missing in generated thumbnail is fixed
- The master template improperly applied on the presentation after cloning
- Generated HTML has formatting issues when opened in browsers
- NPE when exporting presentation to PDF is fixed
- Presentation crashed on saving Aspose generated presentation in PowerPoint
- Text is now rotated in table
- Text effects missing are fixed
- Bullet characters are improperly rendered in generated PDF
Newly added documentation pages and articles
Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Slides for .NET documentation that may guide you briefly how to use Aspose.Slides for performing different tasks like the followings.
Overview: Aspose.Slides for .NET
Aspose.Slides is a .NET component to read, write and modify a PowerPoint document without using MS PowerPoint. PowerPoint versions from 97-2007 and all three PowerPoint formats: PPT, POT, PPS are also supported. Now you can create, access, copy, clone, edit and delete slides in your presentations. Other features include saving PowerPoint slides into PDF, adding & modifying audio & video frames, using shapes like rectangles or ellipses and saving presentations in SVG format, streams or images.
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