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Here is a look at just a few of the biggest features and API changes in this month’s release.
- Support of Saving Shape and OfficeMath Nodes to SVG
- Added Feature to Get-Set Shape’s Aspect Ratio
- Support for RC4 encryption
- Reworked Public API for PlainTextDocument Creation
- Renamed GetOpaqueRectangleInPixels to GetOpaqueBoundsInPixels in NodeRendererBase
- Improvement of Transparent Image Rendering to PDFA-1
Support of Saving Shape and OfficeMath Nodes to SVG
We have introduced new feature in Aspose.Words 16.3.0 to save OfficeMath formulas to image separately from whole document. Now it is possible to pass SaveFormat.Svg into ImageSaveOptions, so OfficeMath and Shape nodes can be save to SVG.
Document doc = new Document(@"C:\Temp\in.docx"); OfficeMath math = (OfficeMath)doc.GetChild(NodeType.OfficeMath, 0, true); math.GetMathRenderer().Save(@"C:\Temp\formula.png", new ImageSaveOptions(SaveFormat.Png));
Added Feature to Get-Set Shape’s Aspect Ratio
We have introduced Shape.AspectRatioLocked property in Aspose.Words 16.3.0. Plase none that it is possible to get/set AspectRatioLocked for child shapes (mimic MS Word behavior), but AspectRatioLocked has effect only for top level shapes.
Shape shape = (Shape)doc.GetChild(NodeType.Shape, 0, true); // Get/set AspectRatioLocked. shape.AspectRatioLocked = true;
Reworked Public API for PlainTextDocument Creation
We have made following breaking API changes in 16.3.0 version:
- All public overloads of static Document.ExtractText methods removed
- PlaintextDocument class renamed to PlainTextDocument
- Added 4 public constructors to the PlainTextDocument class with signatures corresponding to the removed static Document.ExtractText methods
Renamed GetOpaqueRectangleInPixels to GetOpaqueBoundsInPixels in NodeRendererBase
We renamed GetOpaqueRectangleInPixels to GetOpaqueBoundsInPixels for names consistency and introduced GetBoundsInPixels method for consistency with other properties.
Improvement of Transparent Image Rendering to PDFA-1
PDF/A-1 specification prohibits transparency. In order to provide better output Aspose.Words blends transparent images with white background. Previously images were blended only with PdfImageCompression.Auto. With PdfImageCompression.Jpeg transparent images were rendered by simply stripping alpha channel. Now images are blended for both PdfImageCompression.Auto and PdfImageCompression.Jpeg.