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UXPin Changelog July 2018 #10

Paweł Wakuła
By Paweł Wakuła on 2nd August, 2018 Updated on 28th August, 2018

In July, we’ve added a few features that allow building better high fidelity prototypes: new curve types for pen tool, loop for interactions, flipping elements. Also, we’ve released some enhancements to the UXPin Editor to improve the workflow. Details below.

Editor and Preview

  • [New] Asymmetric and disjointed curve types for pen tool.   
  • [New] Possibility to switch elements height/width from the properties panel. 
  • [New] Possibility to flip elements horizontally/vertically. 
  • [New] Possibility to loop interactions.
  • [Improved] Updated icons for common elements on the layers list.
  • [Improved] Improved performance when dragging layers on the layers list.
  • [Improved] Elements added with shortcuts are placed so that their top left corner matches the cursor position.
  • [Improved] Moved distribute controls to alignment sections.
  • [Improved] Moved front/back controls to the top bar.
  • [Improved] More coherent shadows for all elements.

Desktop App 1.1.2

  • [New] More actions in the top bar menu.
  • Small bug fixes and visual improvements.

If you’re interested what we released in June, please check out Changelog 2018 #9.

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Paweł Wakuła

by Paweł Wakuła

Paweł Wakuła is Program Manager at UXPin, The Full-Stack UX Design Platform. Since joining UXPin in 2015, he has led projects in Poland and Silicon Valley. Previously, he worked on projects for major telecommunication and software development companies in Poland. He holds M.Eng. in Telecommunication and MSc in Finance and Economic Analysis.

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