Adobe Muse Changelog

New in version CC 2014.2

October 6th, 2014
  • Import Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG):
  • Adobe Muse now supports Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) format. You can leverage the SVG format to create logos, icons, background and browser fills, and more, and place them directly on the web page canvas within Adobe Muse.
  • Graphics saved as SVG format are light and resolution independent, so they can be scaled to large dimensions without affecting and appearance of your site. SVG files are also supported on HiDPI displays.
  • Synchronized text:
  • Adobe Muse allows you to reuse the same text in multiple places on a page, on different pages, and across desktop, tablet and smartphone layouts. With the Synchronized text feature, you can tag text frames using the new Content panel, and drag the tag anywhere on your site to replicate text.
  • When you edit the text, Adobe Muse automatically updates the edited text across all instances of the tag on your website, while leaving all formatting styles (font size and color) unaltered.
  • The Synchronized Text feature greatly increases efficiency and reduces errors. You can reliably place and edit text faster than ever across all layouts. Tagging the text reduces the number of times content is typed and updated.
  • Also, you no longer have to manually search for text in each layout to update it. Update once, and the edit deploys everywhere, while maintaining all of the styles and attributes of each instance, reducing the possibility of missing an instance or causing errors.
  • Secure FTP support:
  • Adobe Muse publishing now includes SFTP and FTPS support, for hosting with third-party hosting providers. With Secure FTP, if you are uploading content on an open network – such as while working at a public coffeehouse – your credentials and password for your FTP client remain encrypted and private.
  • Find and replace:
  • You can use the Find command to search for words or phrases, and choose to selectively or automatically replace text across all pages of the site, while retaining all applied styles and effects of each instance.

New in version CC 2014.1.1.6 (August 29th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Effects applied on rollover, mouse down, and active states not shown in design mode when applied to images
  • “Update Now” button fails to automatically trigger update installation in certain locales

New in version CC 2014.1.0 Build 375 (August 14th, 2014)

  • Typography:
  • Self-Hosted Web Fonts — Muse now supports self-hosted web fonts in addition to Adobe Edge Web Fonts. To use a specific font in your Muse site, you will need to install the system font (properly licensed for desktop use) and provide the corresponding web font files (properly licensed for use on a website).
  • Bullets & Numbering — The Bullets panel provides the ability to create multi-level bulleted and numbered lists. Several formatting and positioning attributes, including custom bullet characters and numbering schemes, are supported.
  • Bullet Styles Panel — Define and apply custom bullet styles.
  • Glyphs Panel — Access full character sets for individual typefaces (even web fonts!) and easily add them to text frames. This allows easy insertion of special characters and symbols like © or ᵝ that are not available on a standard keyboard.
  • Right to Left Text — Text frames set to languages that require right to left text will now display from right to left. This can be toggled in the Text panel, or at a site-wide level in the Site Properties > Content window.
  • Page Language — Language can now be set at an individual page level or master page level in addition to the existing site level. This language is used to enable locale-specific features.
  • Forms:
  • Checkbox Fields — Checkbox fields can now be added to forms. They can also be made a mandatory field, which is useful for forms related to license agreements and sign-ups. Default value (checked or unchecked) and styling to the checkbox using Object States are also customizable.
  • reCAPTCHA — Prevent automated spam on forms by adding Google’s reCAPTCHA, a free service that uses text and number distortions to distinguish humans from spam bots.
  • General:
  • Paste in Place is now available from the right-click menu in design mode.
  • Added wheel/track pad support for horizontal scrolling in both Plan and Design View.

New in version CC 2014.0.1 Build 30 (July 17th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Hello dialog is stuck in offline mode for some network configurations
  • Crash changing a menu item when a page and its master page are both open
  • Sporadic crash when closing a design mode tab
  • Added a workaround for FTP servers that don’t properly support extended passive mode
  • Sporadic crash when applying fill color to a page item
  • Improved performance of converting large files from previous versions of Muse
  • Crash when images were resized to less than half a pixel on either height or width
  • Improved error handling in cases where subscription validation incorrectly fails
  • Poor performance and crashes with manual menus placed on master pages created in previous versions
  • Incorrect positioning of hero Images in slideshows on export when graphic styles are applied
  • “pendingProcessInfo not found” crash during export or publish of sites with resized GIFs
  • Change some welcome screen links that were pointing to the wrong destination
  • Severe UI drawing problems on Windows 8 when 125% display scaling is set
  • Editing site containing an Edge animation with In browser editing causes errors when site is viewed
  • Muse appears hung at 60% in the FTP dialog for long periods of time while optimizing images
  • Error when site is viewed with Chrome on Android over a data connection about missing assets
  • Crash in Layers panel
  • Sporadic crash when selecting text frames

New in version CC 2014.0.0 Build 328 (June 19th, 2014)

  • Rebuilt as a native application:
  • The latest update to Adobe Muse offers a rebuilt application with modular 64-bit architecture, streamlined and updated user interface, and powerful new features. Also, the 64-bit application allows you to take advantage of latest updates to Operating Systems, Hardware, and web browsers.
  • In-browser Editing enhancements:
  • With its latest update, Adobe Muse supports editing of websites hosted with other service providers, in addition to Adobe. This includes major hosting service providers that support plain FTP. You can take advantage of this feature by letting your clients make minor updates to live sites, such as replacing an image and updating text.
  • Integration with Adobe Add-ons:
  • You can now download design elements, such as widgets, starter files, wireframes, graphics, and more from Adobe Add-ons, the new online marketplace you can access directly from the Adobe Muse Library panel.
  • Support for HiDPI:
  • Adobe Muse supports HiDPI display, including Retina Display available on MacBook Pro.
  • Dark User Interface:
  • The Adobe Muse user interface color theme can now be adjusted from bright to dark. If a dark color theme is selected, the canvas remains white. The contrast allows you to focus fully on the design, and not on the UI.
  • Customizable Workspaces:
  • The new Adobe Muse workspace can now be customized to suit your design needs.You now have the flexibility to undock and reorganize panels, and open multiple Design view windows for side-by-side designing.
  • Other key features and enhancements:
  • Usability enhancements:
  • Adobe Muse update notifications are delivered in the Creative Cloud app.
  • You will be able to use common keyboard commands such as the File Open/Place command on a Mac. Additionally, you can also use keyboard shortcuts that use F-keys or Num Pad keys.
  • File Open/Save dialogs on both platforms remember the last used folder.
  • The color picker in the Swatches panel has been standardized.
  • Toggle to set an element to 100% width.
  • You can now display slideshow images that span to the right and left edges of the browser window, but with a limited height so as not to fill the browser window.
  • Preview mode within Adobe Muse matches the experience of recently updated browsers.

New in version CC 7.4.30 (May 24th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Added automatic retry for errors encountered during publish
  • Changes to the in-application updater to enable installation of future versions

New in version CC 7.3.5 (May 8th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Periodic crash when using YouTube widgets. Design & Preview mode within Muse now show a YouTube logo as a temporary placeholder. The correct YouTube video will be used for Export, FTP, and Publish.
  • Some types of site content cause Muse to incorrectly Publish all pages and not just the pages that were changed.
  • Accordion widgets with “Overlap Items Below” enabled could prevent links below the accordion from being clickable.

New in version CC 7.2.232 (May 8th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Menu active states fail to trigger when scrolling past linked anchors when scroll effects are applied.
  • Tablet layout incorrect loading on desktop browsers in the latest version of Chrome.

New in version CC 7.2.230 (May 8th, 2014)

  • This release contains fixes for the following issues:
  • Jumpy or stuttering scroll motion on slower devices and OS X Mavericks Safari.
  • YouTube widget was missing "Show Related" option.
  • YouTube and Vimeo widgets coming to the front of the stacking order (z-order).
  • YouTube and Vimeo widgets did not preview correctly in Design mode on computers running Windows.
  • Pinned accordions with "overlap items below" may not be visible in Chrome.
  • Composition widget stops working if a trigger container has a negative x value.
  • Edge animations will not always show up properly in Internet Explorer v11.
  • Some documents using inline images in text frames hang while drawing page thumbnails in Plan view.
  • Crash drawing some text frames containing large inline objects.
  • Large images in full screen slideshows are downsampled to the width of the slideshow in Design view.
  • Form fields added after a custom form field will not delete properly.
  • Deleting a swatch used in a browser gradient fill causes minor document corruption.