The edit-on JavaBean SDK is a customizable, feature-rich JavaBean that allows developers to add WYSIWYG editing functionality to their AWT- or Swing-based applications. It features an intuitive word processor-like user interface that enables XHTML content authoring with XML markup, and has a royalty free run-time license.
|Tags||Software Development Widget Sets Text Editors Word Processors Text Processing Markup HTML/XHTML XML Desktop Environment education Information Management Office/Business User Interfaces General|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Mac OS X Windows POSIX Linux Solaris|
|Translations||English French German Spanish|
Release Notes: This maintenance release includes a large number of major bugfixes and stability improvements with regard to editing, rendering, GUI, and the Java API. A major issue with text selection in Mac OS X has been fixed. Several updated spelling checker dictionaries are included.
Release Notes: The focus for the improvements in this release was on the filtered copy and paste of Microsoft Word contents, increased performance, and extended table editing functionality. Other important new features include the possibility to insert accessible tables and enhanced dialogs for lists, page properties, and headings. Additionally, it is now possible to include background images and insert comments. New API functions were also added.
Release Notes: API functions now expect correctly encoded HTML data. The fact that content of an element was encoded twice when setting an href that needs encoding was corrected. A problem in which the tab key didn't work with Sun JVM 1.4.2 was fixed. Well-formedness checking was improved. The fact that placeholders were shown instead of images with certain documents was fixed. A problem in which font size rendering was wrong if the size was specified in percent was fixed. A problem in which the custom cleanup process wasn't invoked in certain situations was fixed. Changing a list's type was erroneous and has been fixed.
Release Notes: The problem in which some dialogs weren't displayed properly on Redhat Linux 9.0 was fixed. The order of setting the codebase in the application initialization is no longer significant. getHTMLData() no longer fails whenever SOURCEVIEW is disabled. A problem in which Umlauts sometimes could not be typed was solved. The fact that right click doesn't open popup dialogs under Linux was fixed. A number of various minor issues were also corrected.