Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed. Almost each graphic element can now be associated with two lines of text, as was previously possible only with macros. FidoCadJ now asks for confirmation and allows saving the drawing when closing a window containing unsaved data. A Spanish translation was added.
Release Notes: This release adds a Czech translation of the user interface. The "Split non standard macros while saving" modal option has been replaced by an immediate menu item. It corrects a lot of bugs, including a nasty one, which in some cases produced very big temp directories, slowing down the startup and the overall use of FidoCadJ. When the zoom level is increased or decreased with the magnification tool, the place where the user clicks is centered.
Release Notes: The user can now create new library symbols and edit existing libraries. Standard and non-standard libraries are identified by different icons. Macros can be split (select one, then right click and "split macro"), and they can be moved through user-defined libraries via drag-and-drop in the library tree. When introducing text, a list of some UTF-8 characters (maths symbols, Greek letters, etc.) is now available and very easy to use. This release adds a Japanese translation of the user interface.
Release Notes: This version has some bugfixes and a few new features and improvements to the user interface. Vertices can now be added and deleted from a polygon and a spline curve. A Dutch translation of the user interface and a Chinese translation of the user manual have been added.
Release Notes: This release adds the new "curve" primitive (natural cubic spline). It adds support for italic text lines. There are Spanish and Chinese translations of the user interface. The IHRaM library has been updated to v. 3.1. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a much more stable version for all operating systems. Many bugs have been fixed. There is a greatly improved look on Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard.