WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.2.3 update!

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*** Now available: WYSIWYG Web Builder 12.2.3 ***
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WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.2.3 update!

Post by Pablo » Sun Aug 28, 2016 2:30 pm

WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.2.3 fixes known problems and includes other improvements.

What's new in 11.2.3?
- Fixed: W3C validation error in Responsive Menu.
- Improved: URL and descriptions of Photo Gallery are now included in template.
- Improved: Font changes in table cell properties now also supports breakpoints.
- Improved: Implemented advanced internal link house keeping to workaround issues in msftedit.dll and Windows 10 anniversary update. For older versions the previous implementation will be used.

How to update from previous 11.x versions?
1. Download the latest version here:
http://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/download.html
2. If you already have version 11.x you can install it in the same location as the previous version.

Advanced users can also download the updated files only here (no installer):
http://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/wb11update.zip (build date: September 14, 2016)

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Re: WYSIWYG Web Builder 11.2.3 update!

Post by Pablo » Wed Sep 14, 2016 4:25 pm

*** IMPORTANT ***
It is no longer necessary to install this separate fix.
If you install version 11.2.3 then an automatic fix will be applied if needed.

If you did install the 'Windows 10 anniversary update fix' then please uninstall it.
Either use the uninstall feature of Windows or manually remove msftedit.dll from the \Program Files\WYSIWYG Web Builder folder.

*** NOTE ***
If you still are having problems with editing text (text object, shape, blog etc) then make sure the file msftedit.dll in NOT in the C:\Program files\WYSIWYG Web Builder 11' folder. Please remove the file if it exists in this folder.

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