Release Notes: A lot of translations were updated. Several bugs have been fixed in this release. More colors have been added to SADT.
Release Notes: An integrated UI is available with "dia --integrated". The Cairo renderer has been improved, including anti-aliasing and printing. A Find and Replace feature was added. Text editing mode was improved. A custom lines plug-in was added. Shapes can have sub-shapes and default sizes. Start-up time and memory usage were reduced through delayed shape loading. Rotated text is supported. The DXF plug-in was improved. Dia supports EMF on Linux. Database table shapes were added. Grouped objects property handling was improved. Arrow bounding box calculations were improved. The "UML - Class" dialog fits on 800x600 screens. SWIG/C++ bindings were added.
Release Notes: Text-line rendering in SVG export. Keyboard shortcuts for tools now use shift-alt. Improvement in autogaps for some objects. The .desktop file now has the current version. A change in zoom levels in menus. A check that windows are within bounds before opening. Various compilation-time improvements. UML class improvements in comment and wrapped underlined names. Many bugfixes.
Release Notes: New additions include highlighting when connecting objects, connectability between layers, hexagonal grids, several new shape sets (RDP, KAOS, I*, Jackson, ChemEng), two new renderers (WMF for non-Windows and Cairo), rounded corners on polylines, persistence of a number of settings, and a new arrow head. The modification status was improved to use unod. UML objects were improved with text wrapping and label positioning. A host of random persistence systems were combined into one. Fixes were made for memory leaks, a shape compatibility bug, dialog closing problems, and many smaller bugs.
Release Notes: Text-rendering is faster due to a Pango layout cache. The Win32 version now also uses Freetype2 rendering, allowing more unified appearance and antialiasing. Arrow head size selection now keeps aspect ratio by default. A navigation window has been added to the lower-right corner. UML objects can now have color. Dia can now convert objects without requiring X. Pre-edit text input is much improved. Shapes can now have extra properties, shown only in the dialog. There are new arrows, sheets, XSLT filters, and more. Many bugs and leaks are fixed, and there are other minor improvements.
Release Notes: GTK 2.0 is now used. FreeType or Windows native fonts are now used instead of X font services, improving display/print similarity. Some usability improvements were made. More objects handle default settings (double-clicking the icon). The renderer backends were redone, so the process of making a renderer is much easier, yet more powerful. Better arrows that don't overshoot lines and an autosave feature was added. More exporters were added (XSLT, JPEG, PNG). Python scripting was improved. Comments may now be attached to UML classes. Many new shapes were added, including over 200 Cisco shapes. Support for animated objects was added. Many, many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The core now entirely talks UTF-8 (to prepare for gtk2 conversion), countless bugs have been fixed, and a sheet editor and a tree view of the diagram have been added.
Release Notes: This release includes numerous new features, documentation updates, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Dia is now a GNU program. There have been numerous improvements to the GUI and some extra export filters and shapes.
Release Notes: Fixes for bugs in FS objects and with bringing up properties window when a group of objects that don't implement the properties code are selected, new sheets (Pneumatic, Electric, and Civil), export filters (TeX PSTricks and DXF), and a new polygon object, selecting between symmetric, smooth, and cusp vertex styles for the segments in a bezier line object, some fixups to make sure preferences and save files are written with LC_NUMERIC set to C, use of gdk-pixbuf in preference to imlib if it is found on the system, a simple (unfinished) bonobo component, a new plugin system with a plugin manager that can prevent plugins from being loaded, a better distance algorithm for objects handled by the custom sheet code, and a new select submenu in the right click menu that makes it easier to select groups of objects.