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Version 6.9.3 Changelog (January 7, 2019)

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Version: 6.9.3

Release Date: January 7, 2019

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This release of PDFTron for Xamarin brings the core PDF functionality and iOS and Android Tools functionality inline with version 6.9.3 of the iOS SDK and version 6.9.2 of the Android SDK. More information can be found on What's New for iOS and What's New for Android.

linkXamarin.Android

linkNew features

  • RectRedactionCreate tool for creating redaction annotations as well redact content, see guide here: use redaction tool
  • New signature UI and flow has been applied to the digital signature tool. In addition, you can now pass in your own keystore and password to sign, see guide here: use digital signature
  • Adds style picker for redaction annotation, now with ability to change redaction color as well as overlay text
  • It is now possible to change the character casing for the quick menu, for example:
<style name="QuickMenuButton" parent="Widget.AppCompat.Button.Borderless">
  <item name="android:background">?attr/selectableItemBackground</item>
  <item name="android:textAllCaps">false</item>
</style>

linkDependency changes

  • All Android support libraries are updated to v28.0.0
  • All sample project target has been changed to API 28 (Android 9.0)
  • Butter Knife is now removed from the Demo package and all samples

linkKnown issues

  • CompleteReaderAndroid sample will have multi dex issue as described in open issue here: 2585

linkXamarin.iOS

linkNew features

  • A number of new APIs allow for UI customization without modifying the source code of the open source Tools UI framework, see tutorial here: Configuring a Document Viewer.

  • The annotation toolbar now allows changing an annotation's style before it is created:
  • The annotation style picker shows as a popover on iPads and large iPhones in landscape:
  • Customizing annotation permissions has changed. The new APIs are cleaner and easier to write as they employ properties with full code completion, vs. text strings that required consulting documentation. For example:
toolManager.InkAnnotationPermission.CanCreate = false
toolManager.InkAnnotationPermission.CanEdit = false
toolManager.HighlightAnnotationPermission.CanCreate = false
toolManager.HighlightAnnotationPermission.CanEdit = false

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Contents

Notes
Xamarin.Android
New features
Dependency changes
Known issues
Xamarin.iOS
New features