The new update tackles an abundance of bugs. Here’s some of the major ones.
- Fixed bug where quick edit wouldn’t escape HTML characters on title (Thanks Jake Jackson).
- Modified markd.js to prevent automatic URL additions, which breaks shortcode previews.
- Fixed TinyMCE auto resizing bug. (Triggered by WordPress 4.0)
- Fixed composition / preview window resizing bug.
- Fixed various TinyMCE css bugs
Due to popular demand on the WordPress.org support forum, we’ve restored the “Disable markdown” option. When the markdown editor is disabled, the default editor will now be TinyMCE (Visual). This is particulary useful for pages that require detailed HTML that markdown does not support.
We’ve also added automatic update checking for PrettyPress Pro users. Simply visit Settings -> PrettyPress to check your version.
What’s to come in the future?
I’d like to add oembed support for live previews, as well as a theming engine to allow users to customise their composer to suit their mood.
Get the update
PrettyPress Pro extends the usual functionality, by enabling live shortcode previews as you type. This is great for any serious bloggers or web masters.