Release Notes: Major improvements, including to CSS, XHTML, and XML support. Major bugfixes and code cleanups.
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.
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.
Release Notes: This release adds SVG animation in the OpenGL version (tgz), CSS float support, and lots of bugfixes.
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.
Release Notes: When creating a new enumerated attribute for an element, the first entry of the menu of the possible values was always selected by mistake (in the GTK version only). The GTK Combo Box is now set case sensitive. The GTK ScrollPopup selection was fixed using mouse then keyboard. Only a small set of languages (13) were proposed, but now all languages are available. New fonts were added. Unix GTK versions now generate PostScript version 3.0.
Release Notes: The new features include several user interface enhancements, a migration to the Raptor parser, and improved support for XML, SVG, and CSS. An OpenGL version is now shipping with support for SVG opacity and PNG transparency, and Font anti-aliasing under Unix. Documentation for languages other than English are now packaged separately.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release features changes to the handling of character entities, XHTML, printing, SVG paths, and annotations.
Release Notes: Amaya includes a collaborative annotation application based on Resource Description Framework (RDF), XLink, and XPointer.