Maple Learn enthusiasts, we’ve got some exciting news for you! We’ve updated Maple Learn with a few more features that we’re excited to share with you.
First, we’ve added responsive design features to Maple Learn. This means that when a screen is smaller or shrunk the Maple Learn interface changes to reflect that. This lets you have even more canvas space, regardless of your screen size! For example, when your screen is small enough, the palettes, when clicked on, give a small pop-up dialogue below them, instead of their options also appearing in the toolbar.
Along with that, a resize image icon has been added to the toolbar to make it easier to resize the images you’ve inserted into your document.
As a final note on responsive design, several of our menus have been combined into one, designated by the hamburger icon in the top left corner (Shown below, left). This is where you’ll find the file, edit, examples, and help menus. If you are looking for the settings menu, it can be found between the premium symbol and your profile picture in the top right. This is designated by three dots stacked on top of each other (shown below, right).
We’ve also added more keyboard shortcuts, and increased support for the AZERTY keyboard. The updated list can be found here. We hope these new shortcuts will help you create documents more easily.
Along with the support for the AZERTY keyboard, we’ve increased support for our French language users. Many more documents are now available in French, and we’ve resolved an issue where Latin extended characters weren’t being displayed properly.
Clickable plots are here! Maple Learn now includes functionality which allows users to color our clickable plots. These documents are created through Maple scripting, and allow for colour-by-number documents, or different visualisations for theorems that involve graphics, such as this document. More documents will be available in the document gallery later, located here.
Let us know what you think of the new features below! We hope you enjoy using them in new and exciting ways.