What's new in Radi v0.9.5
On OS X 10.7 Lion or higher, documents are now autosaved using the new OS X document model. This also means that past versions can be accessed from the File menu, among other changes.
Two-finger trackpad gestures are now supported for panning and zooming in the editing workspace. (The old non-touchy panning shortcut is still available: hold down the Spacebar and drag with the mouse.)
On OS X 10.8 and higher, you can also reset the zoom to 100% by double-tapping with two fingers on the trackpad.
You can now choose whether the Timeline is placed at the top of the document window (as before) or at the bottom (below the editing workspace). This setting is located in the View menu.
The new default is to place the Timeline at the bottom. If you prefer the old layout, you only need to change it once in the View menu and the setting will be remembered for all document windows. The new placement is an experiment -- please let me know if you don't like it.
Shape poses have been renamed content poses, and they can be created for Text and Picture layers in addition to Shape layers.
Using content poses allows a layer's contents to be changed at a specific frame. For more information, please refer to the Advanced Animation help document. Note that the information in that document now applies to Text and Picture layers as well.
Picture layers now have a "Scale to fixed size" option. This is useful when importing images that are larger than needed, so they can be scaled to the proper size directly on import.
This option is also useful when you're using content poses and you want to ensure that all the poses (i.e. individual pictures within the layer) are displayed at the same size.
Fixed issue where newly created text and image layers might have their anchor point placed at a non-integral value resulting in blurry display when published.
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What's new in Radi 0.9.4
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