Release Notes: This release has a powerful text analyzer, document encoding automatic detection for Finnish, German, Serbian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Slovak, Slovenian, and Latvian, miscellaneous UI improvements, a "Kill duplicates" function, and a lot of bugfixes.
Release Notes: The GTK branch can now be compiled on modern Linux distributions.
Release Notes: The built-in file manager has been rewritten. Improved line endings handling. DokuWiki and MediaWiki editing modes. The main site of TEA has been changed to a new location.
Release Notes: This release adds 64-bit system compatibility again (yes, Qt cannot support size_t as the type of index values) and spellchecker code fixed on the qmake level.
Release Notes: SLA format (Scribus) support has been dropped. FB2 support has been improved, and FB2-books now looks fine (better than before). "Functions - Text - Apply to each line" now has the extended functionality, and you can use snippets as the parameter. Use @@snippetname to apply @@snippetname to the each selected line. All spellchecker code has been fixed. Syntax highlighting has been given a speed-up of reading syntax hl rule files. The Win32 build has Hunspell support and a Mingw/Qt5-based build.
Release Notes: Qt5 source compatibility works correctly now. Qt 4.x still works as usual; the Qt version is detected automatically during the qmake step.