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  •  09 Nov 2006 17:31
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    Release Notes: This release adds an organic layout that can be run as an automatic layout, like the tree layout. A new example that demonstrates the layouts has been added. On Internet Explorer, if the script tag that includes the mxClient.js file was inside more than one nested div, problems occurred; this is now fixed. An example splash screen has been added, and stylesheet warnings in Firefox no longer appear. The classic arrow type in SVG has been improved in appearance. Several minor bugs have also been fixed.

    •  01 Nov 2006 16:49
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      Release Notes: This release provides a significant improvement in application start-up time through the utilization of compression techniques. A real-time feedback example has been added to demonstrate the principle of updating the display based on back-end state. Double click handling of edges in Internet Explorer was fixed. The event handling architecture and the usability of popup menus, panning, and edge connections were improved. A read-only example has been added that demonstrates a non-editable graph but with interactivity such as highlighting and tooltips.

      •  24 Oct 2006 13:45
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        Release Notes: This release adds a DHTML option that provides 80-150% speed improvements over VML on Internet Explorer in core visualization features. The DHTML may still be mixed with VML for areas where DHTML is functionally limited. Firefox 2 and Minefield 3 are new browsers supported. Internet Explorer 7 did not require any changes to work correctly. An online organisation chart editing application has been added as an example with automatic node positioning. A number of bugfixes and minor features were also added.

        •  17 Oct 2006 20:16
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          Release Notes: This release moves some important API calls to the model from the cells to increase architectural flexibility. A new experimental PHP backend has been added to provide a server example for that technology. Netscape 8 browsers are now correctly identified, and the HelloWorld example performs the appropriate browser checks. Several utility methods have been added and bugs fixed.

          •  05 Oct 2006 16:47
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            Release Notes: This release adds experimental support for Opera 9.x. A bug has been resolved that caused a stack overflow due to a possible infinite loop. Another bug involving newline parsing in the XML files has also been fixed. Warnings have been added to the console output, and various additions to the API specification and tutorial documentation have been made.

            •  26 Sep 2006 17:18
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              Release Notes: This first beta release has a complete major architectural refactoring resulting from feedback from alpha release testers. The public API is simpler and more intuitive, yet provides more possibility for extending the functionality. A good deal of work was done on performance and the XML persistence mechanism. An XML configuration system for defining the look and some behaviour of the application was also added.

              •  08 May 2006 17:24
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                Release Notes: This release works natively in Internet Explorer and Firefox 1.5. IE no longer needs the Adobe SVG plugin to function; the native VML functionality is used instead. A palette component for shapes has been added, many performance improvements have been made, and the interface of the demo has been simplified.

                •  17 Feb 2006 10:43
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                  Release Notes: This is an initial technology preview. It works on Firefox 1.5+ and IE 5.5+ with the Adobe SVG plugin 3+.

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