October 2017 (version 18.0) release of Adobe Muse CC
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The October 2017 release of Adobe Muse CC (version 18.0) brings in several high priority fixes and stability improvements, support for Chinese language, and more. Read on to know more about the enhancements, and links that offer more learning resources.

For a summary of the features introduced in the earlier versions, see Feature summary | earlier releases.


Performance and stability improvements

New in the October 2017 release

The October 2017 release of Adobe Muse contains several high priority bug fixes reported after the August release (2017.1).

To see a complete list of issues that have been fixed, see Fixes and known issues in the October 2017 release of Adobe Muse.

New Start Screen

New in the October 2017 release

When you open the latest version of Adobe Muse CC, you can now see a new Start screen. The Start screen displays your recently opened files and Creative Cloud files that are synchronized to your login. This screen also supports a Work tab and a Learn tab.

To view your recent files in Adobe Muse, click Work. To view Adobe Muse video tutorials, click Learn.

New starter screen in Adobe Muse
New starter screen in Adobe Muse

Notice the search icon in the upper-right corner of the screen. Click this icon and start typing your search query. When you type a search query, the application displays recent files, Creative Cloud assets, help links, and stock images that match the search query.

For example, if you type images, notice how the application displays Stock images and tutorial links that are related to your search query.

Search results for 'image' in the Adobe Muse Start Screen
Search results for 'image' in the Adobe Muse Start Screen

Support for Simplified Chinese

New in the October 2017 release

Adobe Muse is now available in Simplified Chinese language. During installation, the installer detects the Operating System and the corresponding language version of Adobe Muse is installed.

Creation of backup files after file conversion

New in the October 2017 release

When you open an existing Adobe Muse file using the latest version of the application, file conversion takes place. Earlier, after the file conversion, when you saved your file, you were not able to open the file in an older version of Adobe Muse. 

Now, when you open and save an existing file in Adobe Muse (2018.0), you see the following warning message:

Back up Adobe Muse file before file conversion
Back up Adobe Muse file before file conversion

If you click OK, a backup file is saved in the same location as your original file. You can use this backup file with the older versions of Adobe Muse.

Note:

The backup file is created only for those files that are converted after you open the file using the latest version of Adobe Muse.

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