The release of Adobe Muse CC 7.0, which was announced on November 13th, includes many features and improvements. This article describes some of the output improvements, which continue the trend described in Muse 5 Code Improvements and IE7, Code Improvements in Muse 4, and earlier posts. Adobe Muse CC 7.0 includes improvements to images, changes to produce consistent leading across browsers, and a mechanism for developers to build and share their own service based widgets that inject code into the website. These widgets are built using the MuCow (Muse Configurable Options Widget) SDK and were the foundation for the social widgets shipped with Adobe Muse CC version 7.
Adobe Muse CC 7.0 uses a Bicubic Sharper algorithm to produce higher quality images when resampling is required due to resizing an image smaller. Earlier versions used a more generic Bicubic algorithm. The difference between the two algorithms can be seen in the following images exported from different versions of Adobe Muse CC.