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  •  11 Nov 2006 04:54

Release Notes: CHM format support was added and undo/redo button action was fixed. Animated button pressing was added to the maemo version.

  •  22 Oct 2006 05:50

Release Notes: A segmentation fault at start has been fixed.

  •  21 Oct 2006 04:29

Release Notes: The table of contents is now displayed as a tree.

  •  07 Oct 2006 21:32

Release Notes: A segmentation fault at start has been fixed. Book series support has been added. In fb2 files, the cover image is now visible.

  •  27 Sep 2006 17:26

Release Notes: Desktop/Qt version: toolbar buttons are now visible in all Qt themes. HTML: a problem with non-ASCII symbols in image file names has been fixed. Tar: support for long (over 100 symbols) filenames has been added. More accurate makefiles.

  •  06 Sep 2006 15:00

Release Notes: A segmentation fault in the desktop/qt version has been fixed. Support for non-DRM'ed mobipocket files has been added.

  •  09 Aug 2006 19:11

Release Notes: This version is for OPIE devices only (i.e., for Zaurus with OpenZaurus ROM and for Simpad with OpenSimpad). A problem with the toolbar has been fixed along with a segmentation fault that occurred during rotation.

Release Notes: This version is released for the Sharp Zaurus/Qtopia platform only. Integration with the zbedic dictionary has been added.

  •  11 Jul 2006 06:02

Release Notes: A binary package for Archos PMA430 has been added. In Qtopia versions, a popup menu has been added. The configuration auto-saving delay is now customizable. Minor fixes were made.

  •  04 Jul 2006 22:00

Release Notes: For Qtopia and Opie versions, screen rotation has been added. For Nokia 770, "finger tap scrolling" has been added. Just tap in bottom half of screen to scroll text forward, and or top half of screen to scroll text backward. FBReader saves current state every 5 seconds. A problem with some encodings (iso-8859-*) has been fixed.

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