Release Notes: This release finishes the numbered lists. All tools have a 'Close' button now. The configurable resources mechanism now works without X11 for command line calls. There is preliminary support for 'shapes', the newer Word figures mechanism. There is support for the Euro sign if the font supports it. With some configuration, Ted can now use most fonts configured in GhostScript. It uses more CSS and fewer tables in HTML. Many annoying bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Very thorough testing was done, which resulted in many bugfixes. Many fixes were made to support Central European and Greek text. The ability to integrate with GhostScript fonts was added. fonts can be embedded in a printout. More translations were made.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for Macintosh pict images, Table Headers, and a fix for a bug in image rendering on 256 color screens, Tabs in page headers/footers are finally saved in such a way that they are picked up by MS Word 2000.
Release Notes: There are options for making much more compact PostScript when a document is printed. Support for smallcaps has been added. The pdfmarks have been updated to a version that more recent versions of acroread support. The print dialog is usable when there is a huge number of printers. A partial implementation of rowspan/colspan of table cells has been added.
Release Notes: The GTK version is now more mature and even usable. The source was adapted to GTK 2.0. Solid shading of paragraphs and table cells, colored table cell borders, and text colors are now possible. The GTK version uses X11 resources for configuration, like the Motif version.
Release Notes: Updates in this release include: border width of tables and paragraphs is configurable. Manual entry of the font size no longer limits the selectable font sizes to a limited set. Resolved some problems with 'WindowMaker.' Lots of bugs and annoyances removed, as well as other changes. Please see the changelog for full details.
Release Notes: This release fixes the page layout tool, a few bugs in the table layout, and a bug while scrolling with the arrow keys. New features include full support for page headers and footers including page numbers, functionality for making a table of contents as references and page number references, less flicker on slow computers, command-line conversion to HTML or plain text, command-line postscript output, improvements in WMF drawing and support for PAGEREF fields (which make the pdf files from the printed postscript very similar to the RTF original), steps toward Cyrillic support, documentation and interface improvements, and Ted can now be compiled to use the Gtk+ widget set.
Release Notes: Editing behavior is now closer to that of Word. E.G. support for Control key in navigation and selection has been extended. Support more keyboards shortcuts. E.G. for Bold, Italic, Underline. Things work again with earlier versions of Motif (LessTif was like Motif 2.0). Private compilations and installations have been made easier. On some versions of Motif, the file selection dialog was not forced to be on top of the document window. Some bugs were fixed, in particular, in the picture code. As a preparation for headers/footers and page numbers, more section properties relating to these are supported. Many people contributed translated resource files, which are also included in this release. A bug in the production of the Czech and Slovak spell index file have been solved. It is now easier to influence the default printer and the paper size for a print command.
Release Notes: Fixes for reading the spell checker dictionaries on big-Endian machines, a bug that occasionally caused crashes when the last paragraph of a multi-page document was deleted, and an annoyance with locales that use a comma in decimal numbers and printing, visible pagination on screen, preparations for page headers, footers, and page numbers, many new features for printing the document, such as printing selections and multiple pages per sheet of paper, and support for Level 1 PostScript printers.
Release Notes: Picture files and spelling dictionaries are now read in a machine-independent way (to avoid problems on 64 bit machines), the HTML produced is now simpler, some bugs and peculiarities in the nesting of tags have been removed, support for multiple line spacing and for right and center tabs has been added, hyperlinks are no longer automatically underlined, better support for character sets different from Latin 1 has been added, and various bugs have been fixed.