Today, we’re releasing Pipeline 9.2 with support for Prince 14.3, an upgrade to our HTML-to-PDF conversion engine. As a reminder, to avoid any breaking changes, we never automatically upgrade your documents. Existing users will need to test and upgrade to Pipeline 9.2 in order to use Prince 14.3.
You can change your default pipeline in your account settings page or via the
pipeline parameter in your API calls. Using the account setting is convenient, while the API parameter lets you test individual documents before upgrading your entire account. Pipelines often contain breaking changes, so we strongly recommend reviewing the release notes and testing your documents before changing your settings.
Some of Prince 14.3’s changes include:
Fixed bug affecting the
z-indexproperty on tables.
Fixed bug affecting the size of blur when it is not the first filter.
Fixed an issue where some HTML named character references must only be recognized as such when followed by a semicolon.
Don't strip zero-width space characters in SVG.
Speed up decoding of very large
Fixed issue with table cell vertical alignment affecting KaTeX.
Added warning for fonts with inconsistent
Fixed issue affecting OpenType positioning for some fonts like Markazi Text.
Reordered Arabic marks correctly according to Unicode rules.
Removed warning about the
A full list of changes and fixes are available in Prince’s release notes.
Try it out today and let us know what you think at email@example.com. And if there are other new features you need, don’t hesitate to ask.