In our last changelog update, we mentioned that tons of improvements are coming to the editor, and today we reveal another one. Image resizing gives you more control over your pages and how they look, to make your documentation stand out. We've also taken this time to get rid of some nasty bugs.
You now have more control over the sizing of your images. You always had the option to show the image inline or its original size. Now you can control the sizing of an image block as well.
You have a few options:
Full - the image takes as much space as possible
Large - 75% of the image size
Medium - 50% of the image size
Small - 25% of the image size
This is also available through space where you can specify a percentage or pixel value for the resize.
We have edited this changelog update to remove information about private spaces, as this feature is no longer available in GitBook.
We've also made improvements to the following:
Added SSO property to org members API.
New badge to Organizations' member list showing whether members are disabled or not.
Increased to 10 the maximum number of header links in Customization options.
Added the OpenAPI block's expanded option support in Git Sync.
Added drag and drop capability for multiple selected blocks.
Below is a list of bug fixes also included in this release:
Fixed a bug preventing the installation of integrations in Organizations.
Fixed a bug where Organization members couldn't access spaces using Firefox.
Fixed the share modal button being unresponsive when the comments side dialog is open.
We're constantly working on improving the way you and your team work in GitBook, and value your input on features, bugs, and more. Make sure you head to our official GitBook Community to join the discussion.