Why it is SO much easier to work on buttons in Lectora 11 than it is in 12?
It appears that simple features that were available in Lectora 11 have been removed from Lectora 12. For example, in 11 you could easily begin a new line of text within the button if you wished to do so by using the ‘Return’ key. This is not available in 12. The only way to get remotely close is to set your button at a fixed width and blindly hit the spacebar until you have enough room for the text to become squished onto another line.
I am struggling to find an advantage of having Lectora 12 over 11 apart from being able to add opacity to a few shapes and buttons.
It is now “Ctrl+Return” for line breaks in button text.
Generally speaking, a few biggest improvements in Lectora for me were the ability to place stuff outside the page, the ability to crop and rotate images right in Lectora and the fact that the Preview now runs in what essentially is a built-in Chrome browser, so all extra embedded content, scripts and styles work and everything looks exactly like on the web.