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  •  22 Sep 2009 12:55
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    Release Notes: Import modules for RHK SM4, Nanonics, and IGOR binary waves were added (the last two are still experimental). There is a new module for global curvature evaluation and two modules for generation of artificial surfaces: spectral synthesis and object placement. Mac OS X integration was substantially improved. Createc, Omicron MATRIX, MI, NT-MDT, Olympus, APE, and MicroProf import modules were ehnanced with support for newer format versions.

    •  31 Jul 2009 19:34
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      Release Notes: A PDF version of the guide is now available. The guide was brought up to date with Gwyddion 2.16. Missing descriptions of Mark With, Selection Manager, Mask Editor, and other functions were added. It now includes the man pages of commands and the formats of resource files.

      •  25 Jun 2009 11:52
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        Release Notes: Two new modules were added: Selection Manager tool and radial PSDF section extraction. Several bugs or incompatibilities with different format versions in file modules (namely PSIA, RHK, WSxM) were fixed. Layout of previews in file dialogs, broken by Gtk+ 2.16, was corrected. The Win32 installer offers to choose the language to use. LibTIFF is no longer directly used on any platform. Translations were updated. Czech, French, and Russian are more than 90% complete now.

        •  20 May 2009 14:20
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          Release Notes: A Nanoeducator file import module was added. Various small bugs were fixed.

          •  18 Mar 2009 08:58
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            Release Notes: The data browser now displays channel thumbnails. Three new file import modules were added: Sensolytics, SPIP ASCII export, and MapVue (experimental). The new "Mark With" module can set or modify a mask using the values of another mask, data, or presentation. It is possible to set 3D view z-axis scaling to physically 1:1. Many translatability problems were fixed. There were many other bugfixes and smaller improvements.

            •  09 Feb 2009 18:30
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              Release Notes: Several bugs in version 2.12's new features were fixed. A new module for import of two-column ASCII files as graphs was added. Inconsistent pixel coordinate rounding in several tools was unified. Translations were updated.

              •  04 Jan 2009 20:19
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                Release Notes: A possible crash in polynomial leveling was fixed. A crash in Sensofar file loader on 64-bit systems was fixed. The utility gwyddion-thumbnailer for generation of thumbnails was added. A Russian translation has started. There were many small improvements and bugfixes.

                •  16 Dec 2008 11:54
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                  Release Notes: New import modules for Omicron MATRIX, SPMLab floating-point format, and Wyko Vision OPD were added. A new Tilt module allows you to tilt data by manually specified angles. Several bugs in row/column statistics were fixed and a few new quantities were added. Polynomial level supports masking. Line selections can show selected line width. Facet level scaling behavior was improved. Several other bugs were fixed.

                  •  01 Jul 2008 12:54
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                    Release Notes: FD curves, new modules for indentor analysis, and support for the following file formats: Sensofar PLu, SICM, Burleigh BII, Surf (export), and Queasant.

                    •  19 Oct 2007 16:47
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                      Release Notes: GTK+ 2.8 and Pango with Cairo rendering support are required now; crashes on Win32 due to the use of PangoFT2 were fixed. A Shimadzu SPM import module was added, and a few others updated. Pygwy was considerably improved. Zooming on negative parts of graphs, broken by 2.8, works again. A French translation was added.

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