- Text in Safari being stacked into 2 lines: There was a difference in the way Safari processes fonts as compared to other browsers like Chrome or Firefox (classic Apple!). We’ve modified our logic to make sure text in Safari also delivers a true WYSIWYG experience.
Please note that if fonts are defined in decimals like 37.25, this issue will and it advised to use whole numbers.
- Fonts moving position for a split second: While the page loaded, we used to see the default font load first post which defined font was loaded. This transition to a font shift and keeping that into consideration, we have now reduced this delay by more than half for UX.
- Random Clickable Areas: Previously layers like images, shapes showed the hand icon (indicating a hyperlink) which often confused users. We have since fixed this and are only now showing the hand icon when there is a or an interaction defined
- Switching between variants without refreshing: When an experience was loaded on the website, you had to refresh after adjusting the screen size to view a different variant, but not anymore! Now as you adjust your screen size, variants would be changed dynamically based on the breakpoint threshold.
This is applicable for the code that would be hosted on the website and not for preview URLs inside Content Control.