Adobe(R) Muse(TM) lets designers create websites without writing code. Planning, designing, and publishing original HTML pages is as easy as creating layouts for print. With master pages, access to over 400 web fonts served by Adobe Typekit(R), built-in tools for interactivity, and a choice of publishing hosts, you can produce distinctive, professional websites that meet the latest web standards.
What's New in v2014.3
Faster than Ever boosted performance in key features across the application:
Page and image rendering in Design view
Selecting, adding, removing, and deleting of items while editing
Updates from changing Styles or Swatches
Display of the Assets panel and relinking of background images
Typing performance within text frames
Copy of a selection in Design view.
Generation of page thumbnails in Plan view
Updates to automatic menu widgets when adding, removing or renaming pages
Publishing with SFTP
Save As performance for sites
Deleting unused items such as Delete Unused Swatches and Delete Unused Styles.
Selecting complex widgets in Design view
Loading pages in Preview mode. This change addresses cases where some users were seeing timeout failures when previewing pages or when placing SVGs due to a slow connection being used.
Loading of SVGs when sites are viewed in browsers
Loading of items that use bevel or inner glow effects in browsers. Muse now uses CSS to render bevel and inner glow effects on frames in the browser instead of rasterizing the effect and exporting the frames as sliced images.
Loading of PNG images in browsers. Muse now uses 8-bit PNG images when possible for increased compression for 24-bit PNG images.
Improved memory management
Text layout in Design view now uses the same baseline position font metrics as popular browsers resulting in greater consistency with browsers. The change in metrics may change text baseline positions for existing Muse files. To revert to the original baseline positions, choose File Site Properties Advanced Use Legacy Text Baseline Positions.
Superscript, Subscript, Uppercase and Lowercase are now available as text attributes in the Text panel.
Missing Fonts Pink highlights indicate text where the applied font is not available on your system.
Double-click drag in a text frame now selects text on word boundaries.
A custom Button Image can now be set for the PayPal widget. The image will appear as an Upload asset in the Assets panel.
Added the ability for a MuCOW widget developer to include a file browse control in the widget on-object UI. The PayPal widget improvement above is an example of this new feature of MuCOW widgets.
Custom colors can be set for the Title and Byline text in the Vimeo widget.
Added the ability for a MuCOW widget developer to include a color picker control in the widget on-object UI. The Vimeo widget improvement above is an example of this new feature of MuCOW widgets.
Show or Hide Frame Edges:
Adobe Muse now draws a light-colored outline (frame edges) on Objects and Text Frames by default, making it easy for you to see objects that don't have a stroke or fill applied. The color of the frame edge corresponds with the layer on which the object or text frame is placed. When you select or roll over the object or text frame, the frame edge appears darker. To toggle Frame Edges, select View > Show/Hide Frame Edges or Ctrl+H (Windows) / Control+Command+H (MAC).
Adobe Muse CC for Enterprise and Education:
Enterprise and Education customers can now install Muse as part of the main payload in the Creative Cloud Packager. Its no longer necessary to use the Exception Deployer on Mac or Windows.
Auto-detect FTP Settings:
When initiating upload via FTP, Muse gives you the option to automatically detect the most secure publishing option available for your hosting provider.
Spend Less Time Reversing Default Styling:
New rectangles now default to having no stroke and no fill.
Use the Clear All Styling option from the context menu to remove all styling applied to an item. When used, the resulting item contains no fill, stroke, or effect, and default text styling.
Use the Clear Widget Content option from the context menu to remove all content populating a widget. The Clear Widget Content option allows you to easily remove placeholder content from a widget.
Plan View Improvements:
Pages that are marked as do not export are now rendered in a way that indicates they will not be exported.
Drag a master page to where you want to add a page based on that master to your site.
Delete Unused Layers by selecting the option from the context menu within the Layers panel.
The opacity control in the Control Strip now rounds to 10% increments when the shift key is pressed while typing the up/down arrow keys.
Right-mouse clicking on an Upload Asset or Background Image in the Assets panel will include a context menu showing where the asset is used in the document.
Right-mouse clicking on a Paragraph Style, Graphic Style, Character Style, or Bullet Style will include a context menu showing where the style is used in the document.
Eliminated thumbnail flickering in the States panel when moving items in Design view or changing attributes.
Added support for zooming in/out in Design view via Option/Alt + Mouse Wheel.
Double-click the Hand Tool now zooms to Fit Page in Design view.
Double-click the Zoom Tool now zooms to Actual Size in Design view (100% Zoom Level).
Additional keyboard shortcuts for Find and Replace.
Preview Mode now includes sample sizes for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Muse now preserves IPTC meta-data in JPEG images optimized by Muse.
Added Persian to the list of available languages for Sites and Pages. (Site and Page language is used to set default styling and the language used by social widgets.)
Drag a content tag or collections from the Content panel onto Design view to easily add shared text to a page.
Site Conversion and Optimization:
Muse now displays a progress bar when opening a document
Libraries are converted at the first launch of a new version of Muse instead of when first accessing each Library item.
Remove excess image data from background images stored in a Muse project. This optimization does not alter the size or quality of images generated by Muse but it does avoid renaming of some background images. This optimization dramatically reduces the total size of some .muse files. It is part of the conversion step when opening older documents. This conversion step may be slow for documents with lots of high resolution background images, but will not have to be run again once the file has been saved. We strongly recommend saving to a new file so that you can continue to use your original document with older versions of Muse and to have as a backup. Because of the reduced size, the performance of many other operations may improve.
New device detection for redirect to tablet or phone site. Publishing a site with multiple layouts now includes an additional Redirect choice in the Options section of the Publish dialog. The Universal Redirect looks only at screen size and touch screen support to choose a corresponding layout. The Business Catalyst Redirect uses a device database. The Universal Redirect is the method used for sites not hosted on BC and is now the default for sites hosted on BC.
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