Jcrop v0.9.7 Available (bug fixes)
Releasing a new version today, Jcrop v0.9.7. This release fixes several bugs that were identified by users shortly after the previous version was posted last weekend.
Thanks to everyone who provided feedback and testing, the show-stoppers have been remedied. A brief list of fixes:
- In some situations, the target image would disappear upon instantiation due to the image size not being properly detected (thanks to Graham and Daniel for pointing this out).
- Clicking on an edge or sizing handle and immediately releasing the mouse button (without movement) would incorrectly cause the crop selection to release (thanks to Andy for pointing this out).
- Using the basic jQuery plugin attachment method caused an additional copy of the image to be inserted into the DOM (minor).
- Jcrop now attaches the API to $(selector).data(‘Jcrop’) instead of selector.Jcrop (obscure).
I still have a list of fixes and improvements to work on, but since a couple of the problems above could cause major difficulties in some situations, I wanted to get this update posted quickly.
Please test the new release and post feedback below. I’m now back checking up with the site every day and responding to feedback hopefully promptly. Thanks for hanging on!