Graphity for Confluence now supports the integrated versioning system of Confluence. That means that diagrams created with Graphity 1.3 support reverting to an old Confluence page revision, with the diagrams in the page also reverting to this version.
Z-Order support. Nodes can now be placed above or beneath each other.
If concurrent edits happen, i.e. if two users edit a diagram at the same time, conflicts while saving are reported. The user can choose to override the changes made by other users, or save a copy of the diagram. It's also possible to export the diagram to a GraphML file and later re-import it.
Confluence Administrators can define template diagram source pages in the Graphity admin section. That allows users to add diagrams to these pages that are loaded as template graphs in Graphitys"New" menu when creating or editing a diagram. This feature makes it possible to create custom diagrams that act as starting points for commonly used diagram types, or diagrams that use a certain corporate design.
A diagram can be saved as a copy on another Confluence page. This function is available as "Save As..."in Graphitys "Save" menu.
Managing default styles in the editor has been improved.
Users can now set a default label style.
Labels inside nodes can be selected easier.
The editor shows visual hints for certain advanced gestures in actions like re-grouping, resizing and label editing
New breadcrumbs visual hint when navigated into a group node
Graphity attachments now set a "graphity" label
Many small improvements to user experience and design
Fixed language resources issue
Graphity now supports PDF export of Confluence pages with embedded diagrams
Improved loading performance
Added 'save to GraphML button'
Added zoom buttons to Graphity macro
Diagram attachments display the diagram name in the comment
Fixed removal of attachment
Fixed bug that occurred in Internet Explorer
Fixed issues that occurred in Safari with touch input