Release Notes: This release updates Full Text Search to support tags as well as fragments, and adds omitted-relations marks (→...) to the normal fragment view and Document View. An omitted-relations mark allows you to know if a fragment has child fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds Public Document, which allows users to make their fragments open to the public with the "#public" tag. A fragment tagged with "#public" can be accessed via Document View without login. If a fragment is tagged with both "#public" and "#home", you can access it via http://<host-name>/public/ (Public Home).
Release Notes: This release adds Full Text Search, which is the most requested feature so far. The special tags ("trash", "home", "bookmark", etc) were renamed to: "#trash", "#home", "#bookmark", etc (adding the prefix '#'). Those tag names in an existing repository will be updated automatically when upgrading to this version.
Release Notes: This release adds Image Viewer, which allows users to view images in a pop-up window. It is especially useful if users have registered large-size images that are scaled down in the fragment view. A button was added to the fragment page for creating relations to the selected fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds Fragment Batch, which allows users to select multiple fragments and manipulate them as a group. You select fragments by clicking the checkbox at the top-right corner of each fragment.
Release Notes: This release adds Document View that provides users with an alternative view to knowledge fragments. Clicking the tool button (with a document icon) on the title bar of a fragment opens a document view window. Document View is a simple XHTML document that is generated from a specified fragment and its related fragments. The recently viewed fragments and tags on the sidebar were integrated into one "Recently Viewed" list.
Release Notes: This release adds one new feature: Quick Tag Access. Clicking the (tag icon) button on the right side of the main menu bar shows a pull-down tag tree that allows you to quickly jump to a tag page.
Release Notes: This release contains one important feature (Tag Input Assistance) and usability improvements. Tag Input Assistance provides users with a pulldown tag tree whenever they input tags.
Release Notes: This release contains two important features: Fragment Bookmark and Related Tags. Fragment Bookmark was implemented with a special "bookmark" tag. If a fragment is tagged as "bookmark", it will be added to the list of bookmarks in the sidebar navigation. Related Tags View is added to the sidebar of the tag and filter page. Related tags are all other tags that belong to searched fragments. By clicking on the plus button next to a related tag, the fragments are filtered with a new set of tags so that users can drill down to pinpoint exactly what they need.
Release Notes: This release enhances the home page functionality. The new home page provides two display formats, which are "detail" and "list". A new special "home" tag was added. If a knowledge fragment is tagged as "home", it will be displayed on the home page. The wiki parser was also updated to be able to embed a preformatted fragment.