Faster! – The Gliffy editor has been
re-tooled to take advantage of Flash 9, which means it’s fast!
This also means that you have to have Flash 9 on your computer for
Gliffy to work, but our research suggests most people are using Flash
10 by now anyways, so this shouldn’t be a problem for most
Line tool is WAY better – When
re-arranging shapes that have lines connected to them, the lines do
what you expect. Also, lines can optionally have rounded corners which
makes them look much better.
Help and User Manual – Earlier this year
we created a detailed user
manual to help new users get started more quickly. Inside the
product, we now also include a list of keyboard shortcuts to save you time.
Faster Zoom – The zoom feature has been
re-written, and it’s incredibly fast.
Mouse Scroll Wheel – You can now scroll
through your diagram using the mouse wheel, or hold down shift and use
the mouse wheel to zoom in.
True WYSIWYG editing – Previously,
diagrams in JIRA issues or Confluence pages sometimes looked different
than they did in the Gliffy editor. This has been fixed, and
you’ll get much better results than before.
Tons of bug fixes – So many little issues
have been fixed that it’s hard to list them all, but let’s
just say many of those annoying issues you may have noticed before
have been addressed.
Gliffy Confluence Plugin License Changes –
We’re trying something new with our license keys. For
organizations who already have developer,demonstration, non-profit,
open source, or community licenses, you’ll be able to use Gliffy
without obtaining an additional license key from us. We hope this will
help save time for everyone. Let us know what you think!
Gliffy Confluence Plugin no border on diagrams by
default – By popular request, we no longer add
borders to diagrams by default in Confluence. We think this is a great
idea, and makes diagrams look a lot better inside Confluence pages.