In an effort to help designers be more efficient in the Studio, we’ve integrated a tool called Remove.bg to quickly and easily remove the background from the foreground of an image.
To Remove Background:
Upload a JPG or PNG image to the Ceros Studio, right-click on the image, and select Remove Background from the menu. After a brief working period, the original image will be replaced with a PNG containing only the foreground of the image.
To Restore Background:
To restore the background of an image that had previously been manipulated in the Studio to its original state, right-click on the image and select Restore Background from the menu.
The option to Remove Background will not appear in the right-click menu if:
An Error Message will appear if:
Using the Guide tool in Ceros is a great way to improve precision and speed when aligning objects on the canvas. To take the occasional guesswork out of Guide placement, our November release includes the ability to quickly and accurately reposition Guides using manual inputs.
To reposition a Guide using a manual input:
Have you ever attempted to edit text or crop an image and inadvertently moved an object? So have we. Though it may seem trivial, having to undo this action to move the object back into alignment can be irritating.
To combat this problem, we’ve adjusted the sensitivity of object selection within the Studio. With this update, you can now double click on text, images, and other components to enter Edit/Isolation mode to make modifications without inadvertently moving the object.
In our September 2019 release, we launched a Replay Animations feature in Previewer that saved previewers from refreshing their browser or switching between tabs to review an animation in an experience.
While the actual experience was not affected by objects being displaced in Previewer, we added some polish to this popular feature to ensure the animated objects remain in their correct position.
Additionally, we noticed that when testing a form in Previewer, pressing the “R” key when typing in a form field would trigger replay animations. We have fixed behavior so now users can type into form fields without “R” triggering.
As a reminder, you can trigger Replay Animations using either the button in the top right corner of Previewer or the hotkeys OPT + R (Mac) or ALT + R (PC) (when not testing a form).
In this update, we have pulled the Eloqua integration into the Ceros code base so that it is no longer reliant on the Ceros SDK and is therefore more stable for Ceros users. There is no noticeable difference from a user standpoint; the Eloqua integration will be deployed in the same way as it was prior to this release.
We have upgraded Ceros to PHP 7.3 and Ubuntu 18.04 to ensure that our systems are using the latest security patches and we can take advantage of the latest features.