Release Notes: This release adds support for (hardware-based) PKCS#11 based KeyStores when signing. It adds AnnotationRichMedia class to embed Flash into a PDF. It adds an "Aztec Code" Barcode. It fixes validation of signatures with SHA256/284/512 digests and when PDF is encrypted (broken a couple of releases ago). It replaces BouncyCastle code with a considerably smaller home-grown ASN.1 parser. It adds methods to FormSignature to restrict the user options when signing a blank signature created with this class (see setRequiredNNN methods).
Release Notes: This release adds a facility to load the KeyStore from a jar. In the viewer, if when calling Importer.setFile() the file is not absolute, the Save dialog will default to the last directory used by the user. This is useful for saving files loaded from streams or URLs.
Release Notes: No change, but the release has been renumbered to 2.15 because the behavior of the PDF page list is, technically, an API change.
Release Notes: Will prompt if a password is required when loading a PDF over HTTP. Adds a cut/paste option for pages, and correctly orders pages cut/pasted this way. Fixes a failure to redraw after reordering pages in some circumstances.
Release Notes: A Java 1.5 incompatible change in a previous release was reverted. It is ensured that the action() method is always called in features, which is required by overloaders. An occasional NPE from PagePanel.doLayout when deleting annotations was fixed. The order of activated/loaded/deactived events was fixed The French translation was improved.
Release Notes: In the viewer, this release allows ViewerWidgets to define javax.swing.Action and share that action between buttons, menus, and (potentially) other objects (this makes for easier code when the Action has complex rules for when it's enabled (e.g., it depends on the DocumentPanel permission); see the ViewerWidget API docs for details), fixes a memory leak when repeatedly opening Documents in a viewer without MultiWindow (added in the previous release), corrects the order of DocumentPanelEvents when closing Documents, and adds a dual-page view (two-up).