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Release Notes: September 2019

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Your InVision experience is improving as we work to squash bugs and release new features. Here’s an account of the improvements you’ll find in the latest releases.

InVision Cloud V6

What's fixed or improved?

These issues were fixed or improved in InVision Cloud V6 during September:

  • Assets folder: Using the Back button in the assets folder will now take you to the previous folder rather than jumping back to the top-level folder.
  • Scroll behavior: Scrolling to the bottom of the hotspot target screen menu will no longer scroll the rest of the prototype with it.
  • Main navigation: You should notice improved color contrast in the main navigation area.
  • Inspect assets: You can now download Inspect assets even if they don’t have thumbnails.
  • Copy to project: The Copy to project menu is no longer misaligned.
  • Prototyping modes: Prototyping modes no longer include description texts.
  • Team member removal: You can now see clear action buttons in the team member removal confirmation module.
  • Create a prototype: The Next button in the create prototype mode is now pink.
  • Upgrade now: You may notice that the Upgrade now and Try Enterprise links in the main navigation are now aligned with the rest of the links.
  • User export: The user export feature now contains the correct geolocation data for each user.
  • SSO redirects: Redirect parameters that take users to certain parts of InVision Cloud (e.g., a direct link to a comment) now work for users who sign in with SSO.
  • Enterprise conversions to Cloud V7: If you belong to an Enterprise that's been selected for conversion to Cloud V7, now you'll receive an in-app notice that shows the scheduled conversion date.

Studio

What's new?

This release note is specific to the Studio App Store:

  • Ordering of apps and assets: To support ordering of apps and assets in the Studio App Store, we released a new backend API.

Studio apps

What's new?

Here are the new goodies we've added to various Studio apps by InVision during September:

Slides

Now available for download in the Studio App Store, the new Slides Studio app (released as version 0.2.2 on September 3rd) lets you create and customize your own beautiful slide deck presentations.

Tasks

The latest version of Tasks (version 0.4.0, released on September 4th) includes a couple of useful improvements:

  • Enter key input: The app now supports the Enter key on inputs.
  • Minor visual updates: The UI should be even more intuitive after these minor updates.

Unsplash

The latest version of Unsplash (version 0.2.7, released on September 27th) includes a number of new features and improvements:

  • Improved quality: Unsplash now fetches higher-quality default images.
  • Author image collections: When checking out the image details in Unsplash, now you can click the author's name to see all images available from that author.
  • The nitty gritty: Now you can see important image specifications/dimensions when viewing image details in the Unsplash Studio app.
  • Clear direction: To avoid any ambiguity, the button name for placing an image has been changed to Fill Layer.

What's fixed?

Here's what we've fixed in various Studio apps during September:

Unsplash

The latest version of Unsplash includes three fixes:

  • Copying & Pasting issue: After filling a layer with with an image via Unsplash, you can now copy & paste the layer as expected.
  • Importing issue: The previously broken import statements have been corrected.
  • Fill node issues: Applying an image to a fill in an artboard should work as expected.

Data

The latest version of Data (version 1.4.0, released on September 27th) includes one fix:

  • Lengthy article title issue: When using the Data app to fill text layers with articles, the app will now properly render the text, even if the article title is particularly long.

Craft

There were two new releases for Craft Manager (1.0.87 and then 1.0.88) and one new release for Craft Sync (2.3.141) during September.

Remember, Craft Manager is a separate tool that you use to manage the Craft plugin suite; therefore, the version number is different than what you see when clicking Manage plugins in the Sketch Plugins menu.

See all our Craft release notes.

What's new as of September 26th?

This release includes some key changes:

  • Ramping up to Inspect: When publishing from Sketch to InVision Cloud, Craft Sync now sends your custom symbol, text style, layer style, and color names so they can be displayed in Inspect (coming soon!).

What's fixed as of September 26th?

This release includes these fixes and improvements:

  • Issue with symbol assets: If your prototype includes symbol instances with duplicate names and overrides, Craft Sync now sends the correct assets to Inspect.
  • Issue with symbols from linked libraries: Now if the prototype you sync to InVision Cloud includes symbols from linked libraries, Inspect will display the correct text and layer style overrides.
  • Life in the shadows: If you leave shadow values unchecked in Sketch, those values will no longer appear in Inspect.
  • Check the logs: If you file a Support request via Craft Manager, that request will automatically include the log files, which help our Support team find answers as quickly as possible.
  • SSO improvements: You may notice some improvements to the SSO (single sign-on) experience in Craft Manager.

What are the version changes as of September 26th?

The version number for this Craft tool was updated with the September 26th release:

  • Craft Manager: version 1.0.88 (Sketch and Photoshop)
    Remember, Craft Manager is a separate tool that you use to manage the Craft plugin tool suite; therefore, the version number is different than what you see when clicking Manage plugins in the Sketch Plugins menu.

What's new as of September 6th?

This release includes the following:

  • Sketch 58 support: Customers who upgrade to Sketch 58 will be glad to know Craft supports that upgrade and our tools should continue to work as expected.
  • Stylin' and profilin': Craft Sync now sends multiple styles that are included in one text layer so all the styles can be displayed in Inspect (coming soon!).

What are the version changes as of September 6th?

The version numbers for these Craft tools were updated with this release:

  • Craft Manager: version 1.0.87 (Sketch and Photoshop)
    Remember, Craft Manager is a separate tool that you use to manage the Craft plugin tool suite; therefore, the version number is different than what you see when clicking Manage plugins in the Sketch Plugins menu.
  • Craft Sync: version 2.3.141

InVision iOS app

What's new in version 2.8.7?

The InVision iOS app version 2.8.7 was released during September:

  • iOS 13 support: The iOS app now supports the latest iOS release—iOS 13. 

What's fixed in version 2.8.7?

Here's what was fixed in our iOS app during September:

  • Crashes after updating to iOS 13: If you upgraded to iOS 13 before we released version 2.8.7 of the InVision iOS app, you may have run into frustrating crashes that will no longer be a problem.

See all our InVision iOS App updates and fixes in the InVision iOS App release notes.

InVision Android app

What's new in version 2.8.0?

This new feature for the InVision Android app was released during September:

  • Sign right in: Version 2.8.0 of the InVision Android app features Universal Login 2.0, which further streamlines the sign-in process.

See all our InVision iOS App updates and fixes in the InVision Android App release notes.

InVision security

What's improved or fixed?

These platform updates were made during September:

  • Platform stability and security: To improve the stability and security of InVision Cloud, we made a number of general fixes.

InVision Cloud V7

The following release notes apply to InVision Cloud V7 only; these do not apply to InVision V6.

What's improved in Cloud V7?

The following improvement was released in InVision Cloud V7 during September:

  • Inbox default view: If there are no unread comments to see, Inbox now defaults to showing “All” comments.

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