Release Notes: This minor release features more intuitive Find and Replace dialogs, a new Soft Tabstop option to edit with a different stop than the display, and a new Insert Text Filler tool. Other refinements include adjustments to the status line, a new Ctrl+Esc keyboard shortcut for template completion, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This major release features a reworked spell check loader and greatly enhanced German, French, and Spanish dictionaries. Other refinements include better user profiling on Windows, more keymap options, a horizontal scrollbar when text is wrapped, a new filename stamp add-on, improvements to word counting, installation script polishes, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This minor release featured a bugfix for the creation of required user directories for new installs. Line number coloring is now more subdued and a new setting to highlight characters beyond the current wrap width was added. Other refinements included a system-wide user preferences file, updates to the Tag Navigation window tool, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features a new installation structure. Now multi-user by default on both Windows and Linux, Cream sessions can be run independently of Vim sessions without Cream. User files are generated on startup automatically and no longer need to be created manually. Other refinements include new icon graphics, installation scripts for Linux (complete with a GNOME menu icon), swap files now located in the same directory as the edited file, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release features bugfixes for the last version's initialization errors, the addition of an extensive print setup menu, and repairs to multi-size spell check dictionaries of several languages. Other refinements include better column mode cut/copy, mouse, and menu events, a new Black&White color scheme, a HexMe encryption add-on, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This major release features memory footprint reductions, speed increases, a SaveAs behavior change so the original file is closed, a toggle for syntax highlighting, and improved behavior for showing invisible characters. Other refinements include column mode improvements, new text file element highlighting, new partial width character line insertion, a control character highlighting add-on, Hex-ASCII conversion updates, and many bug fixes.
Release Notes: This bugfix release fixes a statusline error for versions of Vim prior to 6.2.071 introduced in Cream 0.25 and unrepaired in 0.26 despite documentation and release press to the contrary. Having fired our entire quality control staff, we here at the Cream Institute Of Mediocre Programing do sincerely apologize for any problems this regression may have caused. Rest assured, now that quality control dead weight has been tossed, we expect future Cream releases to be more along the lines what you would expect given the cost of this software.
Release Notes: This release fixed a status line error with versions of Vim prior to 6.2.070, which are unable to handle the required number of elements. A minor function re-declaration bug that could have impacted users of Vi/Vim/Cream Lite behaviors was also fixed.
Release Notes: This minor release features a bugfix for "Save As" of unnamed, unsaved files. A few other refinements include a toggle for tab/space expansion, better respect for numbered lists with Quick Wrap re-wrapping, an optional Text-to-HTML file save requirement, Column Mode Cut/ Copy/Paste, and fixes for the keyboard shortcut for templates in GTK2 versions of Vim.
Release Notes: This minor release features just a few bugfixes and documentation updates including the retainment of printing options, toolbar icon fixes for GTK 2-enabled versions of gVim, and Find/Replace improvements with regular expressions.