The map window displays styles for labels in the Style pane and allows editing them.
The font picker window used for labels in the Style pane displays a drop-down list of the fonts available in all modern versions of Windows, plus a choice for a custom font.
Layouts support label frames. To add a new label frame, select the new View - Mode - Create Label tool, then click a location in a layout. The layout window will create a new frame with the default text and size and will select it in the Record pane to allow changing text. Zooming a layout window adjusts the size of the text in label frames to reflect printed size.
The Layers pane displays the text for label frames in layouts.
The Record pane allows editing color, background color, text style, font and font size for a label frame in a layout.
(Fix) The icon for the default cursor mode has been adjusted to line up with icons for other cursor modes.
(Fix) Switching from another application into Future by clicking a layout window that was previously inactive no longer fails to make it active.
Moving a frame in a layout window first tries to fit it into the page boundary before cutting it to that boundary. Resizing a frame skips the fitting and cuts the new rectangle to the page boundary. Snapping of the resulting rectangle to the rectangles of other frames is done after fitting / cutting, this makes it more predictable.
The Record pane allows displaying and editing the position of a layout frame in points (a point is 1/72 of an inch).
The Record pane allows zooming to the current record. (This works for all types of records - drawing records, image records, layout frames.)
The majority of dataports that expose maps do so using the new map format. (The only current exceptions are GPX and KML.)
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