Release Notes: Fixed back-paging bug where text would be skipped. Fixed sleep issues. Tapping the titlebar will pop up the menu for users with a pre-3.5 OS. Many new menu shortcuts have been added. Palm button #2 now toggles autoscroll and button #3 opens bookmarks. New feature to display text fully justified. The command line Windows version of makeztxt should actually work this time.
Release Notes: Support for the Palm 5-way navigator (i.e. d-pad buttons) was fixed. Keys may now be remapped to perform user specified actions while reading. There is also a new "Most Recently Read" list maintained by Weasel Reader to help frequent users keep tabs on what they are currently reading.
Release Notes: This release has significant feature enhancements and bugfixes. There is now full support for Palm OS 5.x and resizable displays. The display code has been entirely rewritten and no longer puts all devices into black and white mode. The document index now features a directory browser to make finding documents easier. The screen rotation code now features an "armlet" to run at full speed on newer ARM processor devices.
Release Notes: Weasel now displays properly on Sony devices. There is preliminary support for Palm OS 5.0 hi-res devices (still no rotation). The hyphenation system has been rewritten and now supports multiple languages, selectable at runtime. The status bar at the bottom of the screen now rotates with the screen. An Italian translation has been added.
Release Notes: This version fixes a couple of end-of-document crashes. Weasel can now read all PalmDoc files without trouble, and hyphenation support for English text has been added. There is also a new Russian translation in koi8 and cp1251 encodings. The DocInfo list code has been rewritten which should solve a number of problems and remove the document limit.
Release Notes: This version fixes a serious bug in the previous version which caused crashes in the index, when trying to read things, and caused the blank screen on start-up crash. It also fixes a crash which occured whenever an annotation was exported.