Release Notes: Improved color contrast in secondary selection blocks of Fl_Text_Display, a fix for a regression in callback handling, a fix for incorrect relative paths when the absolute path has a trailing slash in fl_filename_relative, a fix for multiple selection of files and directories in Fl_File_Chooser, and a fix for a crash under MS Windows when selecting umlauts in Fl_Help_View.
Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs, adds some new example programs, and adds many new improvements to the FLUID software, including multi-level undo, syntax highlighting in all code fields, widget alignment and sizing guides, dialog templates, widget subclasses, and printing and testing of user interfaces within FLUID.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, including documentation updates, fixes for 64-bit platforms, FLUID, several widgets, and GLUT emulation, and fixes for several platform-specific issues. It also adds project files for Visual C++.NET and supports KDE 3.x icons.
Release Notes: The FLTK 1.1.4 release is primarily a bugfix release, including fixes to FLUID and the Fl_File_Chooser, Fl_Help_View, Fl_Text_Display, and Fl_Text_Editor widgets. It also adds a find method to Fl_Help_View.
Release Notes: This release is primarily a bugfix release including several Mac OS X drawing and OpenGL bugs. It also adds support for up to 2 additional qualifiers before a class name in FLUID.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, but includes several enhancements to the FLUID program.
Release Notes: Thi is a bugfix release, and also includes some portability enhancements for older C++ compilers and documentation updates based on user feedback.
Release Notes: Several portability fixes and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a candidate for the final 1.1.0 release. It contains several portability and bugfixes, adds support for the CodeWarrier and MSys compilers, adds a wrapped text mode to the multiline text widgets, and adds per-widget keyboard focus control.
Release Notes: This release contains several portability and bugfixes, and now uses FLTK 2.0's separate image library interface.