Version 2.6 of EMacro

Release Notes: This release brings uniformity between Emacs, XEmacs, and other desktop apps with certain new features. Keythemes allow the user to choose between several sets of key-bindings: CUA, GNOME/KDE, and native. Mouse menus now provide copy/paste features. Tabbed editing is also available when EMacro libs is installed.

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  •  28 Jan 2004 09:17

Release Notes: The system default Web browser for GNOME and Win32 is now supported. On-the-fly spell checking, a new appointment menu, and an SQL connect menu were added. Fink PATHs are now supported on Mac OS X. All future releases will require root access to install a shared site-init file.

  •  09 Dec 2003 14:36

Release Notes: EMacroLibs is now 1.0. There is a new appointment calendar for Emacs (only) from the Tools - Utils menu. This is the first release for Cygwin.

  •  11 Nov 2003 07:21

Release Notes: Emacs now has a modern, native look and feel, with key themes (cua/gnome/kde/native) and the standard right-mouse popups. This release supports Emacs beta 21.3.50.

  •  08 Jul 2003 13:39

Release Notes: More Web browsers are supported, and there are some bugfixes.

  •  24 Apr 2003 09:00

Release Notes: This release brings uniformity between Emacs, XEmacs, and other desktop apps with certain new features. Keythemes allow the user to choose between several sets of key-bindings: CUA, GNOME/KDE, and native. Mouse menus now provide copy/paste features. Tabbed editing is also available when EMacro libs is installed.

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