The 2021 Volume 3 release delivers multiple calendar types—Gregorian, Korean, Hebrew, and more—to the Scheduler, support to lock annotations and specify the paper source in PDF Viewer, and comprehensive undo and redo in Diagram.
Display a filled ripple animation effect when hovering over ports.
This feature allows users to restrict the dragging and dropping of diagram elements to negative axis bounds.
The stencil control is available in the Visual Studio toolbox. Drag it easily into the designer.
View, delete, and limit diagram history. Group diagram actions and store them as a single entry in the history manager.
Zoom an image relative to the cursor.
Programmatically enable panning when the image editor’s toolbar is hidden.
Rotate the form fields in PDF documents programmatically.
Draw the PdfHtmlTextElement in the Windows Azure platform without a GDI+ error.
Track the progress of the PDF to PDF-A conformance conversion.
Import or export the form data from different PDF processing libraries and applications.
Draw Arabic text with advanced typography glyphs to improve its shaping.
Users can lock annotations in PDF files to prevent modifications.
Users can specify the default paper source when printing PDF files.
Render only the parts of a PDF file within the viewport region at higher zoom percentages, saving memory and improving performance.
Set different calendar types such as Gregorian, Korean, or Hebrew.
Scheduler view types can be listed in the scheduler header to navigate among them quickly.
Navigate dates using a built-in date picker available in the scheduler header.
Adjust the height of the resource view in timeline views based on the appointments and set a minimum height for the resource view in timeline views.
Preserves all comments when converting a Word document to PDF or image formats.