Avenza desktop applications, MAPublisher and Geographic Imager offer two options for the licensing system: Fixed license and Floating license.
There may be times when you want to have labels be multiple lines. Multi-line labels allow them to fit in tighter positions on the map. Currently, in MAPublisher LabelPro there's a rule to allow stacking up to 2, 3 or even 4 lines. However, this rule only "allows" stacking and doesn't "force" stacking. It is only meant to fit labels when there isn't enough space for a single line.
Some users may see a Windows SmartScreen warning when launching the MAPublisher installer downloaded from our website. This is due to a new and more secure certificate used by Microsoft to sign the MAPublisher app. The warning can be ignored and any future warnings should not appear as the certificate and the app gain reputation according to Microsoft, however, it may be seen for the next little while.
To continue to install MAPublisher, click More info then click Run anyway.
What should you do before updating either MAPublisher or Adobe Illustrator? The main answer is: check compatibility. However, we often receive common questions in Avenza Support as to why MAPubliser does not work after updating to the latest version of Adobe Illustrator CC. Here are a few notes that may help you out:
Do you have Adobe CC 2015 and would like to import Esri Geodatabase feature classes but the option is not available in the import dialog box?
You most likely have Adobe Illustrator CC2015 64-bit on Windows.