What's Next for Eclipse: Literature
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One of the best things about DeviantArt is the incredible communities that have organically grown and supported one another throughout the site. A community that continues to grow in its artistry and passion is the Literature community. It's been hugely important for us to develop Eclipse with the Literature community in mind, and to shine a spotlight on both the writers and readers. There's still a lot we want to do to expand Literature on DeviantArt, but here are some updates we've made, and will be making, in Eclipse:

Literature Editor

Literature Editor

Our new Literature editor provides an expanded and easier experience. You can now bold, italicize, underline text without HTML knowledge, and you can even add corresponding visual imagery or link YouTube videos.

Literature Thumb

Literature Thumbnails

Based on your feedback, Literature thumbnails now include a preview of text so that deviants can get a sneak peek at what words lie in store! We'll also be further adjusting the look of the thumbnails by dimming the opacity of the letter to make it less distracting. Read more about it in one of our past change logs here.

Literature Improvements (Coming Soon!)

Literature Full Page 2

It is vital for text to be visible above the fold so that your art gets the spotlight it deserves, just like visual deviations. Literature text is fully open to be appreciated as a whole, and we also made sure the actions are visible at both the top and bottom of each Literature deviation. This way some deviants can fave and save for later, while others can read through the deviation, and then fave, comment, share after they've finished. The choice is yours!

Thank you to the Literature community for being so open and vigilant with their feedback. We want to keep building and strengthening your Eclipse experience. Upcoming updates will be announced in danlev weekly change logs as soon as they are live. Share with us in the comments how you'll be writing and/or reading Literature in Eclipse!

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Nightmare49Hobbyist Writer

Hey, i got something i need to mention and i hope you can answer.Why are the header/cover images gone? I like others pick out pictures to both stand out and cover for the work. Now i have an example here of what is in the old site and new site. AND a mock up of what i think a cover image could look like.

The old site

As you can see here in the old site there is a cover image.

WRitting-Header-old

The new Site

On Eclipse there is nothing but CSS/auto Generated back image.

WRitting-Header-Current

The idea

WRitting-Header Suggestion

The idea is that you could center it in the are where the chapter/story cover letters are. Replace them. Have a white, black or green fade like the image i made above. We should be able to center it just like what you can do with CSS. Some kind of control like the CSS example i gave here. I would love to have the start of my story start just like the image i put before you.

#coverimage{     background-image: cover;     background: #000;     background-position: center; }

And if we can have it for journals or do it like you can for your posts. That would be aswome! Plus you could also let us at least change the text in the images to better fit with the image. At least letting us choose if it should be white/black or green depending on the theme we choose.

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Nightmare49Hobbyist Writer

personalty i just want to have the ability to have the header of the story replaced with a custom image like the old site.

Also as someone who knows web design i would love the OPTION To use HTML, this gives me much more control over writing than normal word style editors. personally i love the idea of how Ao3, Archive Of Our Own handles it.

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JessieStarsTFProfessional Writer

I'm having multiple issues with the new editor. One, the works no longer show the desired preview. Two, on multi-part works I use the same art on each chapter, and now I get a message that I can not post because it contains "Deviations made by other people" it doesn't. I own the rights to everything I'm publishing... is there an issue because the art pieces were used by my account on non eclipse?

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humblehillsHobbyist Artist

Hi JessieStarsTF

Thanks for your comment. Can you link me some examples where you're experiencing these issues? Thanks again!

JessieStarsTF's avatar
JessieStarsTFProfessional Writer

what's the best way to do that? add my screen shots to my stash?

humblehills's avatar
humblehillsHobbyist Artist

Hi JessieStarsTF

Are you experiencing these issues on any of your current Literature deviations?

You can also provide screenshots as well as the steps done when you experienced this issue as well. Thank you!

JessieStarsTF's avatar
JessieStarsTFProfessional Writer

So I am attempting to do one of two things. Ideally.. is there any way to replace a piece pre eclipse with an eclipse edited version. There are things left over from stash Editor that are not translating. And if not that would be annoying because I would have to lose all the comments and following the pieces already have. That would be a horrible transition if your old pieces became garbage formats and you had to dump them and all their engagements.

Second and I'll link the image. When I try to post new pieces with the new editor I get this

Screen Shot 2019-09-12 at 11.25.07 AM

I own all the IPs in this so that's not the issue, and if its because of the preview image, clicking the button makes me select from my computer so yes, it has to be a piece not from Deviant art. It's just confusing where it used to be a much simpler process. Is there a walk through you can link to help me with any of these problems

sincerely,

Jess

MissMeikakuna's avatar

How do I stop two words with a full stop in the middle from automatically hyperlinking? I mention a website that a character goes on and I'd rather not link to an actual website. I tried removing the hyperlink but it didn't work.

Also, I wish I could include a banner/thumnail above the words in the preview to let my work stand out.

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RJLeechNew Deviant

I've submitted my feedback, but I'm uncertain if it went through. I'm still curious: Is there any discussion or feedback towards reinstating the preview/background image feature to Literature?

aliencaster's avatar
aliencasterHobbyist Writer
Since Eclipse was introduced as the new, official skin to be used by visitors, the visitors-to-readers conversation rate is dramatically dropped :-(
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aliencasterHobbyist Writer
Hi,
are you still in charge of literature deviations? I've got a few suggestion about them, and I'd like to hear your opinion about these questions (of course, I've submitted them via the official Eclipse feedback site).

2 by aliencaster  
1. Will there be preview image for literature deviations in Eclipse? The pictures I uploaded in Green Version can't be found and seen in Eclipse.

2. IMHO, the title font size is disproportionately big compared to the story text. Certainly, the title should be written with big(ger) letters, however, they are now enourmous. (In Green Version, the title/story font size proportion is more eye-friendly.

3. In Eclipse, what is the huge empty segment around the story title for? Can it be reduced? Or it should be automatically adapted to the title length.


1 by aliencaster  

4. If I chose a literature deviation to be displayed in a Spotlight box, it is shown very badly. The upper half of the box is empty (why?), and the displayed text has lost all its previous layout and formatting. I would like to lure the visitors to read my stories, but I can't do it, if I can't give them enough insight, and with poor layout quality.

5. In Eclipse, why can't the newest deviations be shown in an Activity list like in Green Version? Because nowadays, I rewrite and re-publish my oldest stories, and I sent a notification about them to my watchers, and even this old (but rewritten) chapters can easily be accessed in the Activity list of my main page. In Eclipse, there is no option for me to easily put the re-edited stories on display.

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phantomdotexeProfessional Writer

I like Eclipse, but boy oh boy the formatting leaves something to be desired.

I'll share a story using DA Eclipse, and then when I change over to the regular site, it looks like trash. Or vice versa!

Hmm... I wonder how much it would be fixed if it just had the option for line spacing or something.

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humblehillsHobbyist Artist

Hi phantomdotexe

Thanks for your input. Can you provide me a Literature example where the formatting is off between the old site and Eclipse? Also, we're still making updates to Literature in Eclipse, but I encourage you to submit anything you'd like to see implemented via our feedback form! Thanks again :)

phantomdotexe's avatar
phantomdotexeProfessional Writer
Sure, as an example, this story I just submitted doesn't have any spacing between paragraphs. Whereas in Eclipse, I made specially sure to add extra spacing.

Vignette 17 - Thief-TakerArma tapped the side of his boot against the boxes in the cart. The first was empty, the second was filled with sacks of grain, the third with smaller boxes, and the fifth with furious moans. The hunter gently pressed his heel against the seams of the wooden lid, and kicked open one of the wooden crate’s four sides.Inside, the precious cargo was the generally competent and generously-gagged warden, Nalen Kara. Her red coat was packed beneath tremendously thick ropes, thick as a thumb and strong as stone. Her body was contorted into a hogtie. Her boots squished against her rear, held in place by a series of leather straps that were locked with careful and orderly precision before being layered over with haphazard ropes.Poor Nalen could scarcely squirm. Straps squeaked. Ropes creaked. Her voice, hoarse from infuriated grunting, managed a gurgle from behind a packed gag and cloth that ran over her cheeks. Arma noticed that she must have had a hefty stuffing. The way that the gag pushed her cheeks up slightly, combined with the visible sweat and drool, told him that she’d been filled up and squirming for hours. She buckled left and right as he opened the crate. Arma got a good look at her; dark skin, darker hair, a slightly stained jacket, and penetrating eyes that sized up Arma. She went quiet as he leaned down to speak to her and removed her gag. Nalen huffed loudly, relaxing her jaw.“Is there a reward for finding the Warden?” asked Arma.Nalen’s brow furrowed. “Standard fees apply. Untie me now.”“Well, momentarily. I did want to ask about a certain bounty you posted.”“I wasn’t asking you to untie me. It was an order.”Arma sat on another box. “I could. Or, I could stuff that gag back in your lips, check all those locks, tighten your rope, and seal you back up in the crate. I just have a few questions, first, and after we have our conversation, I’ll let you free and be on your way.”The Warden’s eyes narrowed. “It’s a dangerous game you’re playing, bounty hunter. This had better be related to a case, or you’re going to be paying me a visit in the Gullet.”“It is, in fact,” said Arma. “I’m looking for a person of interest - and there’s nobody more interesting than the pale witch who left you like this…”***The old fort was a crumbling ruin on the outside, but on the inside it was much nicer. Arma might even call it a dilapidated wreck. The hunter knew better than to trust appearances, especially when it came to Fantom - a woman who had a shaky relationship with truth and reality. Much of the wood had been eaten away by time, so Arma knew how unusual it was to find a pristine oak door, banded with wrought iron. The fact that it seemed to be slightly ajar, that it was cold to the touch confirmed his suspicions. He carefully placed a hand on the door, turning the knob left and then right to bring it open. “Inside” wasn’t really inside, but it was elsewhere. The doorway opened to a lavishly appointed hideaway. Valuable possessions littered the floor in an utterly haphazard manner - rare gemstones lay in piles and boxes, tapestries and artwork sat beneath linen, and manakins were decked in a dizzying array of magical equipment.Past it all, though, was his target. Fantom luxuriated in a large throne of red cushions.“A visitor!” said Fantom. The ninja sat sideways, showing her profile to the newcomer. Arma took a long look; she was exactly as he had imagined her. Wide hips, generous curves, and not a single care in the world.“I’m not staying long,” he said. “But neither are you.”Fantom laughed. It was haughty, low, and bitingly sarcastic. “Wrong and wrong. I’m quite enjoying my time in my lair, and I think that you’re going to be staying with me a very long time. Probably forever.” She straightened up. “You’re cute, and I recently found my entire collection liberated. As such I’m oh-so-lonely here.”Arma turned sideways, adopting a fighting stance. “Not to worry. I’m sure that the prison is going to have plenty of others for you to talk to. Not much privacy though.”Fantom sat up completely straight, giving him an imperious stare. “Now, there’s no need to be hasty. You see, somewhere in this room, there’s a single switch to deactivate all the traps. And there are traps. You see before you a few valuables, but the rest are all fearsome illusions. Every inch of my hoard is another chance at-”Arma picked up a dagger from his waist, and threw it directly at Fantom. It phased through her, implanting itself with a metallic thud on something hard inside of her. The Fantom-illusion faded away, as did almost all of the treasure. Wisps of ghastly energy dissipated, leaving behind his dagger - squarely impaling itself on a small gemstone hidden between the cushions.Arma walked with the confidence of someone who had solved a dozen puzzles at once. He deftly avoided the spaces where traps were now visible, circling behind the pile of pillows. He picked up a sheet and threw it into the air, revealing a blushing and surprised villain beneath. “Not very chivalrous of you,” she said.He chuckled. “It was an all right illusion. Just a bit obvious. You came on too strong.”“I was banking on-”Arma interrupted her as he hoisted her up. “You were betting that nobody would ever risk hurting you, right? That’s why you put the switch somewhere that no adventurer would attack or see? Fantom scowled, trying to look away. He held her quite firmly, with a powerful, gloved hand around her neck. With a grin, he marched her towards the center of the room and clasped her hands behind her back. “I’d hate to get rough with you or damage any of your treasures. They’re worthless to me, but I know you work very hard assembling your little hideout.”“In that case, you almost certainly know how powerful I am. I’m sure I could give you more than you’re being paid.”Arma clasped a pair of cuffs around Fantom’s wrists, shoving her to her knees. “It’s not the coin I’m interested in.”The hunter searched his prey for weapons with all the deft, practiced speed of a professional. She felt like an animal, caught and harvested for all it was worth. His movements were forceful, but not unkind. As he shoved her to her knees, it was against the bed of pillows. After all, he needed her rear in the air so he could make absolutely certain she wasn’t hiding anything at all.Fantom blushed and panted. Her captor ran hands up and down her body, stroking her hair and headband after giving her rear a thorough molestation. She didn’t notice she was flexing her fingers until he clasped one strong hand over them. “Stop,” he seemed to say. “You’re mine.”After carefully examining her head and mouth for any hidden lockpicks, he moved to her chest. Fantom wasn’t wearing much at all, but ninjas - especially kinky types like Fantom - were renowned for their ability to escape just about any situation. Arma held her close. She was warm. Pleasant heat radiated from her body. He gently brushed his chest against her back, clutching her tighter as he began to run one hand beneath her tunic to touch at her teats. Fantom blushed, quietly biting her tongue. His fingers gently circled, then grasped. He took a generous handful of her bust, rubbing it with his fingers and thumb. He used his other hand, massaging both her breasts in pleasant circles. His captive was positively glowing. Arma knelt down, gently pulling away the belt from her waist. Fingers gently crept between her legs to tease at her womanhood. Fantom shuddered slightly as he ran his middle finger between her thighs. He did it again, eliciting short and rapid breaths from his bound captive. Although he felt confident she was disarmed, he continued for a good long while, each time riling her up further and further.When she could take no more, when she was about to squeal, he gave her the most tender mercy he could afford. Standing behind her, he shoved a wad of handkerchief between her lips and wrapped a thick cloth into her jaw. Another one went over her mouth and nose to keep her from loosening the gag. Fantom’s mewls became quiet, subdued whispers choked out through layers of tight cloth. On the way out, he grabbed the doorway off of its hinges. Fantom’s hideaway turned into a small, portable hole. Arma had every intention to keep her home around, after all.She was thrown across his horse like a fresh kill. An hour passed, and the two approached Arma’s hideout, he hopped off the horse, taking her with him.“You’re the sneaky type. You’re always going to use your surroundings to your advantage. We simply can’t have that.” The grin continued, and Fantom’s blushing, moaning face was obscured further by a heavy, padded blindfold. He was already planning how to properly use his new acquisition even before they arrived. He’d set up a few facilities with the intent of taking Fantom on as a servant, but he wasn’t expecting to have her here - so helpless, so warm, and so adorably frustrated with her scenario. There were several rooms already prepared, the largest being a private quarters for her. Of course, he wouldn’t let her have her magical reagants and equipment - not yet. She’d need to earn his trust, and that meant spending a few weeks - or months - as his slave. Long, golden, elegant chains had been prepared, covered in runes to make sure she wouldn’t run. They’d attach to her wrists, and from there connect to a new belt and collar. It might be a bit inconvenient, but he had an alternative if she didn’t like being chained up. That was, of course, an extra-heavy padded hood with ensorcelled gag and various magical effects.Arma assumed she’d prove very resistant at first. But a few days in sensory-deprived darkness would soften her up. He’d have her chained to the bed, kept in physical sustenance by an incredibly tight hood and massive collar around her neck. Only when he decided to join her in bed would she get any sort of stimulation at all. At least, on the first night. On the second, he had a few toys and teases planned for her - he’d done his research, and he knew that she’d enjoy being the victim of her own torments more than anything else. He had a few crueller jabs, as well. There was a nice little oubliette - a stone-walled hole in the floor - that he’d slowly lower her into, totally wrapped in chains and heavy bonds. He had a sending stone he’d use to taunt her, telling her how she was being entombed inside to be forgotten. Of course, in reality, she’d be hung up in his dining room as a moaning and squirming little objet d’art but she didn’t have to know that.In time, Arma knew she’d be a loyal and dedicated servant. Perhaps he’d even remove the bonds, like the heavy ball-and-chain around her neck, and let her perform more than simple drudgery tasks. But he’d have to acquire magical protection - the last thing he wanted was a pesky, lippy, ungagged magic-user trying to take revenge on him. An arcane-enchanted collar would do nicely. Closer to the hideout, they were on a mountain path, overlooking a town - one with a bounty office, and surely one where agents of the Warden were eager to haul her away.“Ah, yes. Civilization. Take a good look, Fantom.”“Mmnfg.”Arma petted his captive gently. “It’s the last one you’re going to get, after all.”Her moans and mewls filled the air as Arma rode away from the city, away from others who might free her, and towards his mountaintop hideaway. He couldn’t help but grin, hearing her squirming in her bonds and trying to roll away.
FelisGlacialis's avatar
FelisGlacialis General Artist
It is the line-spacing that I find uncomfortably big in Eclipse; now it  looks like a manuscript. If that could be the same as in Classical DA, that would improve reading a lot.
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whitehavenHobbyist Digital Artist
Tried out posting a story via Eclipse. I like putting blank lines between paragraphs. The problem is that everybody reading the story via the old interface does not see the blank lines anymore. I had to paste non-breaking spaces on the blank lines to make them display in the interface. This only happens when you create literature via Eclipse and read it via the old interface and makes literature very uncomfortable to read for many users.

This is very user unfriendly. I much prefer posting the old way, because then the text stays as I formatted it.

Is this a bug or as designed?
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humblehillsHobbyist Artist

Hi whitehaven

Can you link me the Literature deviation where this issue is occurring? Thanks in advance.

whitehaven's avatar
whitehavenHobbyist Digital Artist
Check out this: The Oubliette

Now I have the opposite issue. After I hardcoded blank lines to force paragraph breaks, everything now looks fine in Eclipse, while I have double blank lines in the normal view.

Guess you guys keep tweaking the web front end?
humblehills's avatar
humblehillsHobbyist Artist

Hi whitehaven

Sorry for the late reply! I'm looking into this and testing myself. Will keep you posted!

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SplendorTheWolfHobbyist Traditional Artist
WITHOUT HTML KNOWELEDGE?

Great for beginners, but...

This site helped us all learn HTML.

Needing HTML in this site is not a problem, rather feature.
Aphicrys's avatar
Agreed. We are moving into an age where everyone knows at least a little HTML, and if they don't, they should.
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SplendorTheWolfHobbyist Traditional Artist
HTML is a fun tool to learn new things.
Plus, you have a really beautiful raven feather profile pic.
Aphicrys's avatar
Agreed.

Thanks. :)
TheMaidenInBlack's avatar

Just trying out Eclipse now, and got linked to this journal from your latest FB video.

Will there be a feature to make it so that the text showing on the current literature thumbnail can be customized (for example, we can show a short summary/synopsis, kind of like what you can do on the inside cover of a book)?

The nice thing about visual art is that it gives you an immediate feel for what you'll see once you click on it. This option could give a very similar power to lit submissions.

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