More font choices, bulleted lists, and spam protection… On the heels of the first major phase of the native 64-bit rebuild of Adobe Muse in June, the product team has released a handful of top-requested design features and enhancements:
- Self-hosted web font support provides easy access to the fonts users already own
- Add bulleted and numbered lists with a single click, using the new Bullets, Bullet styles, and Glyphs panels
- reCAPTCHA spam protection keeps contact forms free of automated spam for sites published with any hosting provider
There’s also support for right-to-left languages, such as Hebrew and Arabic. To see a complete list of updates, with videos to learn how to get started, visit the Adobe Muse We’ve Been Busy page.
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