Jcrop v0.9.10 released!
The release of Jcrop v0.9.10 features a number of improvements and bug fixes.
Wow, look! A new version of Jcrop has been released, and after only 11 months!
Highlights of the new version:
Selection handles and drag-bars are now positioned entirely via CSS. There are also new creation options (createHandles, createBorders, createDragbars) that allow specification of which elements should be created (this replaces undocumented sideHandles/cornerHandles options).
Jcrop now has experimental support for attaching to non-image elements. A complementary new shading mode can be implemented that works without using a duplicate image (“shade: true”). There are some pros and cons for each shading mode, so I’ve left them both in. The good news is, it’s easier than ever to hook up Jcrop to experimental interfaces (how about over Google Maps? any iframe?). The bad news is, as these features are still a little experimental, you may encounter problems. For example, the destroy() api method hasn’t been addressed and will probably break.
A few more additions:
- Added getOptions() method to api
- Fix for twitter bootstrap 2.x
- onDblClick handler option
- Fixes for iOS touch events (still a bit wonky)
I guess it hasn’t been such a bad year after all.