Lectora 16.0.2 (Service Pack) now available

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Download your service pack here: http://trivantis.com/service-pack-downloads/.

Released on:

February 11, 2016


Microsoft Windows

System requirements for this service update:

Lectora Inspire 16.0.1 or

Lectora Publisher 16.0.1

Note: A full install of 16.0.2 can be used by those currently on 16.0 or lower.

Installation instructions:
  1. Download the appropriate file:
  • Inspire_Update_v16.0.2.exe
  • Publisher_Update_v16.0.2.exe
  1. Double-click the .exe file.
  2. Follow the on-screen instructions.
This service update is available for download in the following languages:

English, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Swedish

Lectora Inspire and Lectora Publisher 16.0.2 include the following updates and fixes:

New features:

There are no new features in this this maintenance release.

Issues fixed in this release:

LD-2424 Audio file/player missing ALT tag
LD-2692 Yellow adjustment handles do not work for block arrows
LD-2646 Texture and image fills for shapes are broken in Run Mode and Publish
LD-2684 Crash when publishing a text block as an image with (pVAx) inside the block
LD-2744 Buttons not working in IE11 when with they are in a nested group
LD-2730 Transparent buttons in WCAG title are publishing out an absolute path to image
LD-2748 Initially hidden text blocks causes JavaScript errors in IE8
LD-2771 Crash when setting a web window height/width to 0
LD-2630 Action attached to videos do not work in Chrome
LD-2764 Print current page prints 3 pages in IE
LD-2783 On Mouse Click actions attached to images do not execute in Safari when published with WCAG
LD-2724 Custom Radio Buttons cannot be selected when question text has an apostrophe


LD-2598 HTML content pushed right in Safari
LD-2599 HTML content zoomed-in when published to ReviewLink
LD-2644 Safari is starting windows from the bottom
LD-2659 iPhone portrait view displays longer pages at bottom of screen
LD-2740 IOS Safari when published with Include Title Manager Frame, device rotation messes up scaling