We are proud to announce Scroll Viewport 2.1. Scroll Viewport 2.1 comes with the new web-based theme editor and various other improvements for theme developers.
Feature Highlights & Noteworthy Changes
- Web-based Theme Editor
- Improved Placeholder Documentation
- Velocity Macros
- Support for Comments in Viewports
- Various other improvements
- Issues resolved in this release
Web-based Theme Editor
We are proud to finally provide a kick-ass, web-based theme editor with syntax highlighting, code-completion and more.
We plan to remove FTP-based editing from Scroll Viewport 2.2. Please do let us know, if you rely on the FTP-based editing.
Improved Placeholder Documentation
The placeholder documentation for theme developers is now generated dynamically. That way the documentation will reflect which placeholders with which properties are available.
Velocity Macros (a.k.a. Velocimacros)
Velocimacros allow theme developers to define a re-usable function (Note: Velocimacros are completely different from Confluence Macros!).
Please note that recursion is allowed but is limited to 20 steps.
Support for Comments in Viewports
Theme developers can now display comments from pages and blogposts in a viewport. And, even better, they can also create forms to create comments from the viewport.
- Space-admins can now edit themes. The themes are then scoped to the space, so that space-admins cannot edit themes from other spaces or global spaces.
- (a.k.a. Velocimaros) are now reloaded when they are updated.
- Paging of BlogPosts
Updates and Fixes in this Release
New Features and Improvements
The Scroll Viewport 2.1 Team