Remix links remove the hassle of copy changes, image swaps, and tedious variations of existing projects. Now, enable anyone on your team to create project variations while maintaining brand/design consistency, no matter their motion skill level.
Remix Links leverages variables you’ve created on your project to surface a set of controls you curate for your collaborators. Your teammates can create unlimited variations using only the controls you specify. These changes do not overwrite the original project, allowing you to keep your creative space pure.
Improved project sharing
We’re excited to announce that Fable now makes collaborating and sharing your projects easier than ever. With our redesigned sharing dialog, flexibly share your work with anyone you’d like to work with. There are two ways to share Fable projects:
Share with individuals: You can share Fable projects with any individuals. These can be other teammates in your workspace or people you have email contacts for.
Share with the public: You can make any project in Fable public, allowing anyone with the link to view the project.
Access the project-sharing dialog by clicking the share button on the top of the Editor when your project is open. Learn more about project sharing on our help docs.
You can now import or paste SVGs with open paths into Fable. This should resolve many Fabler-reported issues bringing SVG data from other tools.
When you drag images into your project from the Asset Browser or your computer, the created layers are now named the same as the image file.
When you attempt to delete an image asset from the asset browser that is being used in your project, Fable will now prompt a confirmation dialog before you actually delete the asset.
Fixed an issue that caused the export download button to be missing from exports with long file names
📣 Fable has removed the anchor point tool from the inspector due to issues related to adjusting shape layer dimensions. Instead, we recommend using controllers for transformation animations that require precise control over the origin of the transformation.