APP/3B2 Release Notes

7th Jul 11

APP/3B2 V10 M100 Release Notes

The Release Notes say this:   o Fixed potential crash when using SGML Parser in APP Unicode. (SPR 2057979) o Fixed crash with fApplication.runMacro() when used with no document open (SPR 2062997) o Fixed xml printer driver to map illegal characters to the first character found in ^_p1468_illegal_char, or ignored if not set (SPR 2070800) […]

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30th Jun 11

Arbortext APP V11 F000 Release notes

The major improvements of this version since the last major release version (10.0) are: Platform Support Added support for Windows Vista. Added support for Windows 7. Added 64 bit versions. Product Licensing Replaced licensing system with PTC FlexLM. Direct PDF Output Replaced APP PDF driver with PDFlib 8 based driver. New option to select Acrobat […]

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30th Mar 11

APP/3B2 V10 M090 Release Notes

The release notes say this: o Fixed inclusion of existing index files and allow for the groups keyword to be missing. (SPR 2039312) o Fixed problem loading object graphic rasters when the object graphic is in a namespace. (SPR 2039806) o Implemented support for keeping the top of a partial table row together, when cells […]

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17th Dec 10

APP/3B2 V10 M080 Release Notes

The release notes say this: Fixed inheritance of <?blockcellfmth justify>. (SPR 2017058). Fixed issue with format log (tfmtlog) sometimes losing information. (SPR 1985020) Fixed tplay >”layer_name” to copy page dimensions from default layer instead of defaulting to A4. (SPR 1986107) Improve display updating after “trf” when editing JavaScript streams interactively. (SPR 2018914) Fixed issue with […]

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20th Oct 10

APP/3B2 V9.1 M180 Release Notes

APP Version 9.1 M180 (Build 580) Fixed missing fonts when TrueType and OpenType fonts have same family name. (SPR 1975469) Fixed corruption in sfctrl.3ad when appending fonts with long names. (SPR 1975469) Fixed issue with format log (tfmtlog) sometimes losing information. (SPR 1985020) Fixed problem with frame shift incorrectly calculating left / right and odd […]

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