Introducing Blending Modes to the Ceros Studio. Blending Modes change the way a blend layer reacts with a base layer beneath it.
How it works:
Blending Modes work with JPG, PNG, and GIF files. They do not currently work with SVGs and shapes and are not supported by IE11. The “Blending Mode” dropdown is in the inspector panel above the image effects and has the following options:
We are strengthening our Password Standards to a 10-character minimum. This can be a combination of upper/lowercase, numbers, and special characters, but excludes the use of emojis in your password.
We are committing to this change in order to future proof our password security requirements and meet enterprise security expectations.
Beginning on March 28th, Ceros users will be prompted to reset their passwords upon their next visit to admin.ceros.com.
If you are a MarkUp user and use the same email for your MarkUp account as you do your Ceros account, you will have two options:
Note: If your account is currently using SSO, you will not need to reset your password.
Draw your own shapes! Give them colors and shadows! Make a gradient-colored cat entirely within Ceros! You are now able to draw your own custom shapes using the new pen tool and are not limited to the four shapes and lines that Ceros offers today.
The Pen Tool now takes the place of the Line Tool in the toolbar, and the Line Tool is now located in the Shape Toolbar dropdown.
Creating and editing the control points of a custom shape behaves exactly the same as creating and editing the control points of a custom hotspot does today.
When a custom shape's path is closed, the designer can set the following properties on it and see them reflected on the canvas and in Preview mode:
Custom shapes otherwise support all properties that other shapes do and creators have the ability to apply interactions and animations on custom shapes.
We fixed a bug in which the Hotspot path edge detection did not work properly when inside of a rotated group.
We fixed a bug in which some Inspector Panel input fields did not support decimals. The following fields now support decimals:
For those using assistive technology, constantly having to tab through headers or navigation to get to the main content below can be slow and tedious. Skip to main content allows this audience to jump directly to the core of your experience instantly, with no need for the creator to build out any interactions.
Simply define the main area of your content using our HTML sections feature - from there, we’ll automatically create a hidden link that only appears to screen readers and keyboard users (once they hit the tab button) which allows them to instantly jump right to it. You can also customize the link text via the Accessibility tab in your Experience Settings.
Category: Improved Navigation
Note: This feature is in development and currently only available to members of the Accessibility Working Group. To receive early access and provide feedback, please ask your CSM about joining.