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Aspose.OMR for .NET 23.1.0 - Release Notes

What was changed

OMRNET-712Added the ability to hide answer bubbles in VerticalChoiceBox element (text markup / JSON markup)Enhancement

Known issues and limitations

OMRNET-462Recognition of multi-page PDF and TIFF files causes an error.Scan each page of the filled form into a separate file and recognize them one-by-one.
OMRNET-555Recalculate method results in incorrect processing of ScoreGroup elements (text markup / JSON markup) and CustomAnswerSheet elements (text markup / JSON markup).Use RecognizeImage method with different threshold setting instead of run-time adjustments of recognition accuracy.

Public API changes and backwards compatibility

This section lists all public API changes introduced in Aspose.OMR for .NET 23.1.0 that may affect the code of existing applications.

Added public APIs:

No changes.

Updated public APIs:

The following public APIs have been updated in Aspose.OMR for .NET 23.1.0:

Hiding answer bubbles in VerticalChoiceBox element

A new boolean-type property was added to Answer element of VerticalChoiceBox element (text markup / JSON markup):

JSON"selectable": false
ProgrammaticAnswer1.Selectable = false;

When this property is set to false, a bubble will not be displayed for the corresponding answer. It can be used to add inline instructions to OMR forms without complicated formatting.

Answer without a bubble

Selectable property is set to true by default, so answer bubbles are always rendered unless they are explicitly hidden.

Removed public APIs:

No changes.

Usage examples

See the examples below to learn more about the changes introduced in this release:

Hiding answer bubbles in VerticalChoiceBox element

?content=What does OMR stand for?
?vertical_choicebox=What does OMR stand for?
?answer=Optical mark recognition
?content=Optical mark recognition
?answer=Optical character recognition
?content=Optical character recognition
?answer=The currency of Oman
?content=The currency of Oman
?content=This answer is used as a comment without a bubble