Release Notes: This release is the result of ongoing efforts to make the stable version even more reliable and stable. It fixes a number of bugs and has a number of improvements. All users are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release is the result of ongoing efforts to make the stable version even more reliable and stable. It fixes a number of bugs and makes a number of improvements. These are detailed in the announcement. All LyX users to upgrade.
Release Notes: LyX 1.6.10 concludes the successful 1.6 series, which has been the stable series for the past two and a half years. The most notable new feature of this version is that it is able to read and import documents of the new stable series, LyX 2.0.x. This is for the benefit of users who want to stick with LyX 1.6.x for the time being, but still want to cooperate with users of the new version.
Release Notes: Crashes have been fixed. Many small glitches were ironed out. The user interface was further polished. The documentation was updated. Some new layouts were added.
Release Notes: This release irons out all known stability problems with Qt 4.6. This is the first release that is supposed to run smoothly with Qt 4.6, so all distributors who use that version of Qt are urged to upgrade LyX as well. Other fixes and improvements were also made.
Release Notes: This is the sixth maintenance release in the 1.6.x series. It features a long list of fixes and improvements. A number of crashes have been fixed, and LyX has been improved in many details. New features include support for the enchant spellchecking backend and for aspell language varieties (such as old and new German spelling in parallel).
Release Notes: This release covers, among many minor improvements, fixes to some rather severe issues. All users and distributors are urged to upgrade to this version.
Release Notes: It is now possible to typeset files which reside in a directory with spaces in its name; this requires a modern TeX implementation (such as teTeX 3.0). It is possible to use Ctrl-PageDown and Control-PageUp (or Opt-Tab and Opt-Shift-tab on Mac OS) to switch between the open documents. LaTeX-type accents, ligature breaks, and hyphenation marks are now considered as part of words.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release which improves upon 1.3.3 in five main areas: it adds support for old files from LyX 0.10.x or 0.12.x, Lyx documents can now be opened and edited even if they use text classes not present in your latex installation, new Qt features have been added (improved selection and drag-and-drop), Mac OS X support is much improved, and the interface and documentation localization have been polished.