PDFreactor 10 Maintenance Release 10.1.10722.7 now available

A maintenance release for PDFreactor 10 is now available. This release includes the following changes:

  • Due to the following JavaScript improvements, plotly.js is now supported when applying this user-script: (#6115)
    function Blob() { }; window.URL = { createObjectURL: function() { return ''; } };

    • Nodes of documents from “XMLHttpRequest” or “DOMParser” can now be inserted into the main document.
    • Calling “toString()” with “null” as the “this” object now produces the correct string.
    • Improved JavaScript access to SVG DOM, including node properties and rectangles.
    • Added the “assign()” function to the “Object” JavaScript top-level object.
  • Improved support for React, via the following JavaScript improvements:
    • “DOMContentLoaded” event now bubbles to “window”.
    • XML in JavaScript content no longer causes exceptions.
  • “insert()” and “delete()” on CSS rule lists now throw the correct JavaScript exceptions when the index is out of bounds. (#7854)
  • The proprietary line descriptions are now also available for inline-block elements directly containing text content. (#7858)
  • “max-width” of images in flex contexts is now applied correctly. (#7856)
  • Corrected certain cases affecting percentage-based dimensions of nested flex items. (#7864)
  • Running elements no longer influence the previous page in rare cases. (#7870)
  • Specific complex layouts no longer cause unexpected page breaks. (#7850)
  • Forced break styles on table headers or footers no longer cause exceptions. (#7880)
  • The URLs of PDF documents to be merged can now be relative, also allowing the PDFs to be part of asset packages. (#7865)
  • The configuration property “customDocumentProperties” now works as intended. (#7893)

For a full list of changes and corrections see the changelog.

Important release notes und upgrading information can be found in the readme.

The PDFreactor 10 installation packages are available for download in the download area.