Release Notes: With this release multiple tax rates are supported within one document, addressees can be added to a document even if the document already exists, and documents display a page number on page two to end. On insertion of a new item to a document, the new item is focussed automatically. Manually added items can be added to the catalogue on entering again. The document type configuration dialog was reworked. The amount of processed SQL commands on setup is correct. Document saving is now faster.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that printed incorrect decimal places on PDF documents, which resulted in incorrect calculations on the document.
Release Notes: This version brings fully Akonadi-based address book integration with many bugfixes and improvements in usage. Multiple address books are now handled correctly. The whole address selection widget has been improved with search fields, a detail view of the selected addresses, and direct access buttons to edit and add contacts. Loading speed has been improved tremendously. The text template widget (from which the user picks template texts for header and footer texts) has been completely reworked. A lot of bugs have been fixed. Kraft now supports localized document templates.
Release Notes: This version contains large changes in the item template catalog handling. Catalogs can now have an arbitrary depth of sub chapters. The sequence of templates within the sub chapters is user editable by drag and drop. Deletion of templates was added. This release has a newly designed and improved document digest list view resulting in faster and nicer view. The script that converts RML to PDF was reworked; now it depends on Python only. Many bugfixes went into Kraft, especially in the area of the KDE address book integration, text template handling, and more.
Release Notes: This is the first version that is based on KDE 4. There is a new setup assistant that starts automatically on the first startup of Kraft. It takes the database details and creates and populates the database layer automatically. This release supports SQLite as an embedded database backend (in addition to MySQL). Both changes make the setup of Kraft even easier.
Release Notes: This version brings, beside many bugfixes, two new features: tagging and discount document items. Tagging means that all items of a document can be tagged out of a user-defined list of tags. Similar tagged items can get special treatment, such as discounting. Document items with a positive or negative percentage discount can be added, referencing groups of other document items with similar tags.
Release Notes: This release comes with a wizard that helps at document creation. It allows you to easily create follow-up documents such as an invoice following an offer, which is also supported by the wizard. It is possible to copy entire documents with all texts and positions. Localisation now takes place on the document level if needed, i.e. creating an English document on a German desktop is supported now.
Release Notes: This is a small maintenance release that fixes some glitches in 0.22. Creation of new databases and the encoding of the PDF template were fixed. Both caused problems with 0.22, and are fixed with this version. This release contains a nicely improved document listview.
Release Notes: This release changes the text template system that is used by Kraft to support user configurable PDF output. It was changed to the Google ctemplate system. Two new kinds of document positions were added: alternative and demand positions. Both position kinds do not add to overall sum and are marked through italic characters in the printout by default. Furthermore, a lot of bugfixes and general code improvements were committed. The database scheme was extended, and an update is automatically performed.
Release Notes: Kraft now supports several templates per type (ie. for the header of invoices) and all of them can be selected from a catalog in a context-aware manner. This release improves integration with the KDE address book. All customer addresses are managed in there, but there is now an integrated customer catalog. Many important bugfixes and small additions to functionality were made. Translations to seven languages other than English are included.