AG Offset new feature: There is now a menu item (and D keypress) for resetting the parameters of an AG Offset to their default values.
Improvement: The two types of custom colors (global process colors and spot colors) are now visually differentiated on the AG Offset panel, and tints of these colors are now properly represented.
Improvement: When altering a stroke or fill color on an AG Offset and either the original color or the target color is white, intermediate colors are now correctly produced as tints of the custom color.
Bug fix: When applying an AG Offset with a custom color to an object in a document where the custom color does not yet exist, Stylism no longer crashes.
Bug fix: When altering a stroke or fill color on an AG Offset and either the original color or the target color is a global process color, intermediate process colors are now correctly produced.
Bug fix: Editing an existing offset with the AG Offset tool no longer removes additional AG Offset copies or changes the location of the existing offset.
Bug fix: Applying an AG Offset to the stroke or fill (or putting the live effect above all strokes and fills) of a compound path now produces the correct results.
New feature: Using the VectorFirstAid preferences dialog, you can now specify subsets of fonts to use when Unoutlining Text, making the operation faster and avoiding possible problems when two fonts contain a glyph with the same transformable geometry. Watch video overview of this new feature on YouTube
Improvement: When Removing Text Transforms, you can now reset or normalize the horizontal scaling of the text.
Improvement: When two anchor points are selected, and their distance is being displayed at the top of the PathScribe panel, you can now Option/Alt-click on the information line to copy that distance value to the clipboard. Watch video overview of this new feature on YouTube
Bug fix: The U key shortcut to temporarily disable Smart Guides when using the Extend Path tool now works correctly.
New feature: The Dynamic Shapes panel now includes the menu item Duplicate Shape and Reverse Slice, which, when chosen with a sliced shape selected, makes a copy of the shape and reverses the slice in one step.
New feature: The PathScribe panel now includes the actionable menu item Close Path (Smooth Curve), which closes an open path by making the curve between the endpoints smooth (similar to the SubScribe plugin's Connect tool).
Improvement: The PathScribe panel's Add Points at Tangencies / Move Points to Tangencies and related menu items are now actionable.
Bug fix: PathScribe's ghost handle annotations are now slightly thicker, to match InkScribe's.
Bug fix: When dragging a Dynamic Shapes slice with the Option/Alt key held down, and slice linking was previously set in the panel, the cursor annotation now correctly states that the slices will be unlinked.
Improvement: Retain Existing VSW preference added. When New Paths Have Basic Appearance is disabled (see Appearance panel > flyout menu), the DynamicSketch panel input type is set to None, and the default new path style has a variable width stroke, that stroke profile is now maintained when sketching a new path and can be previewed while drawing it. The resulting path will no longer be dynamic.
New feature: The PathScribe panel flyout menu adds an Open Path entry, to change selected closed paths to open without changing their point count (this effectively removes the segment from the last point to the start point zero).
New feature: When two anchor points are selected, the PathScribe panel now shows the distance between them at the top of the panel. Additionally, if they are not coincident (of the same position), a small button appears which allows their positions to be averaged, making them coincident.