Projects / Amaya


Amaya is a complete Web browsing and authoring environment, and comes equipped with a WYSIWYG style interface. It lets users both browse and author valid Web pages, with standards including (X)HTML, native MathML, and SVG documents. It also includes a collaborative annotation application (RDF).

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RSS Recent releases

  •  26 Oct 2006 03:01

Release Notes: Major improvements, including to CSS, XHTML, and XML support. Major bugfixes and code cleanups.

  •  13 Nov 2003 12:03

Release Notes: A new selection. The CSS debug command "Show applied style" shows CSS rules applied to the current selected element. Generation of backup files, separate control of loaded objects and loaded images, detection of a unchanged document after undo, coloration of the structure view and the source view, and new HTML transformations.

  •  11 Jul 2003 08:58

Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes in the (X)HTML, MathML, SVG, CSS, Tables, UI, and Bookmarks portions of Amaya, and new features in the CSS, UI, and Bookmarks portions.

  •  23 Apr 2003 11:34

Release Notes: This release adds SVG animation in the OpenGL version (tgz), CSS float support, and lots of bugfixes.

  •  04 Feb 2003 03:47

Release Notes: Bugfixes were made to user interface and XHTML, CSS, SVG, and MathML support. XHTML object support was improved, and more operators are recognized as large operators or stretchy fences in MathML Elements semantics. Annotation and annotation-xml are now supported, as are their attributes. The 'auto' value can now be used in CSS, and the XML editor supports the "return" key.

RSS Recent comments

22 May 2005 02:19 contusion

Amaya 9.1 released!
Amaya 9.1 has been released.

29 Apr 2000 00:58 yositune

Amaya 3.1
A very interesting emerging tool. Extremely feature rich editor. Default keybindings are... perhaps not very intuitive. Editing list items is alittle cumbersome. Table editing allows for instant creation of new cells (two CR's) but no resizing of cells.

Wasn't able to get it to allow accepting input from Input Methods despite being built with GTK. I18N efforts needed.

Not quite where I'd chuck Netscape-composer for WYSIWYG editing, but very close.

The browsing 4.0 HTML is wonderful, but... where can I find such clean web pages... ;<

28 Apr 2000 22:32 rottcodd

The neat thing about this browser is the MathML support--
It's equation handling is *really* neat.
I have had stability problems, but it's never frozen X (unlike, for example, Netscape).


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