The image property panel now includes an export button which can be used to extract the image from the document, in exactly the same format as it was originally imported. There is no loss in quality and all image tags are preserved.
The image can also be rotated and flipped without having to alter its frame. Various filtering modes can be applied to get smoother scaling.
Cropping is the hottest feature: the image can be scaled to automatically fill all the space and then further scaled or shifted in its containing frame.
The file format has changed. We now rely on a ZIP container instead of compressing our document into a single stream. The change was motivated by the new ability to embed images and fonts into a document. This did not work well with a continuous stream, so we switched to what appeared as the most natural choice: a ZIP file format. Try renaming the *.crdoc file into *.zip and peek inside if you are curious.
We also reimplemented the standard open/save dialogs in order to get full control over how the user interface is displayed. We have not reached the richness of a real shell based open or save dialog, but we feel the result was worth the effort:
And, please, let me know if something does not work properly for you. Thanks!