Release Notes: This release is a major API refactoring to clean up the architecture.
Release Notes: This release enances the user interface, adds gradient backgrounds, shadow borders, and non-transparent groups, enableds Web site integration with webstart, adds PDF and SVG export, and adds automatic routing for parallel edges. It fixes DnD, image map export, and other bugs.
Release Notes: This version features EPS export, a series of new layouts, new and extended cell views, and many major bugfixes. A Portuguese translation is also available.
Release Notes: This release supports collaborative diagramming, which allows any number of people to connect together to work on a diagram simultaneously, much like a shared whiteboard. It also includes two new graph layout algorithms, refinements in printing to allow for multiple page layouts, and a number of user interface enhancements.
Release Notes: This release offers a new XML file format which produces much smaller files that are easier to edit by hand. Old files are converted on the fly and are stored with the new *.jgx extension. Also, this release supports Mozilla and fixes the ellipse perimeter point bug. It is based on JGraph 2.2 which offers performance enhancements and bugfixes. The new file format does not currently allow quotation marks in cell labels.
Release Notes: This release is ready for Tiki integration, offers remote diagrams and libraries, custom cell properties, an overview with a panner, right-button panning, and accepts files, URLs, images, and text via the clipboard or drag and drop. It also exports GXL to clipboard, includes a new graph explorer tool with automatic layout, and features enhanced GXL importing and image exporting. Various bugs were fixed, including incorrect cell order after grouping, slow painting under Mac OS X, and problems with the status bar.
Release Notes: This release features a multi-line text tool and support for importing text and GXL and exporting HTML image maps, GXL, PNG, JPG, and XML. There were bugfixes to the images supported in pad files and ImageIO, and new icons, menus, default settings, and layout algorithms were included. When opening files, the program looks for previous instances that are still open.
Release Notes: This release is for Java 1.4 only and features an XML file format, a splash window with dynamic text drawing, dockable tool bars, a multi-document interface, a log console, and actions in a separate package. Deprecated methods have been removed.
Release Notes: Many new developers have joined the project and are constantly adding features. However, this release is a milestone release as it uses the new JGraph 2.0 API. Other changes include the ability to export to GraphViz format and improved interactive layout.
Release Notes: This release features image-cells with scaling, page fit and page width in layout mode, the ability to delete library entries, NoStart and NoEnd menu items, many other changes, and bugfixes.