What's New

This topic describes the new features available in the latest update.

April 2024

With the April update of FT Design, you can now perform the following operations:

  • Select multiple items to move or delete at once. You can select scripts, empty folders, and folders that contain subfolders and scripts.

  • Delete non-empty folders. All of their content is deleted as well.

See Manage scripts.

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March 2024

The March 2024 update of FT Design enables you to store your scripts in folders.

  • Specify the script's name and location when you create the script.

  • Add, rename, or move a folder or subfolder. You can move or rename empty folders or folders that contain subfolders and scripts.

  • Delete empty folders.

  • Move a script from one folder to another. The script's location is updated in its associated test or unit.

See Manage scripts and Create a new script.

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February 2024

The following capabilities were introduced in the February 2024 update of FT Design:

  • You can now rename scripts. Use the context menu in the left-hand pane or on the FT Design Home page . See Manage scripts.

  • You can delete scripts using the context menu on the Home page, in addition to the previously available option in the left-hand pane. See Manage scripts.

  • You can now use a more flexible syntax for the Type action. In addition to "Type into [the] <object>", you can now use Type in and Type inside. See Step syntax.

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January 2024

The following capabilities were introduced in the January 2024 update of FT Design.

When running a script, text recognition now supports the following languages:

French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Irish, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Welsh, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean.

These languages are supported in addition to the ones supported previously:

English, Afrikaans, Basque, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, Traditional Chinese.

For details on configuring the languages for text recognition in script runs, see Customize settings.

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