Exception in event editors when "Add more events after this one" is checked.
The version 1.2.3 of Timeline has now been released.
The correction release number (.3) is caused by problems detected during the release work of version 1.2.0
This release contains the following changes:
New features, enhancements:
New features, enhancements:
* Century labeling changed. Century 0 is now removed
* Menus for Zoom In and Zoom Out
* Menus for vertical Zoom In and vertical Zoom Out
* Numeric Timeline
* New category tree in sidebar
Released on 4 October 2013.
Released on 30 September 2013.
After about 4.5 years in development, timeline 1.0.0 is released. This is the
first time we increment the x-component of the version number
label-version-number). The main reason for doing so is that timeline
can no longer read files produced with timeline versions before 0.10.0
(released over 3 years ago).
The other big thing in 1.0.0 is that the experimental support for dates before
year 0 is no longer experimental. We have rewritten large parts of the date
handling partly to be able to support BC dates in a better way.... read more
During the summer, we have been working on the next release of timeline which will be version 1.0.0. The reason why we increase the first component of the version number is because we drop support for the very first timeline file format. It was last used in version 0.9.0. If you have been using a later version, you won't notice any change.
The other big thing in the 1.0.0 release is that the experimental support for dates before year 0 is no longer experimental. We have rewritten large parts of the date handling partly to be able to support BC dates in a better way. Any feedback on this change is appreciated.
Bug fixed. Exception when exporting image
Two timelines can now be merged and categoris can be set on multiple events at the same time.
A "Save As" menu alternative is now available.
A locking mechanism is implemented so now it should be possible for multiple users to use the same Timeline file at the same time.
The abilty to define URLs on events and execute "Goto URL" to open a Web browser. Implements a 'fit week' navigation function. Help text has been added to describe vertical movement of events. The build script generates a zip file with only LF as line endings in files. Year 0 has been removed from Timeline display when using extended date range.
Zooming with scroll wheel zooms at cursor position instead of center.
This release enables the creation of allert messages associated with an event.
One new feature: group events in containers. Also fixing bug which casued timeline files with non-English characters in the name to not open.
New features are: custom font color for categories, measure distance between events, and only break text in balloon if needed to keep balloon on screen. Most critical bug fixed is that SVG export now works for non-english characters.
This release fixes a few bugs. It also adds support for moving multiple events at once. Events have also gained a few extra fields so that they can be marked as fuzzy, locked, and ending today.
A new feature release: events can be moved up and down with alt+up/down, hidden event count is shown in status bar, first version of export to svg, and more.
This version has experimental support for extended date range (before 1 AD) and some bug fixes.
This is a bugfix release: create event through menu does not raise exception now, and time is removed when saving event and 'Show time' is not checked.
New features in this release are an improved date and time entry control and a fit millennium function.
This is a translation update and bug fix release. For more info, see the changelog at http://thetimelineproj.hg.sourceforge.net/hgweb/thetimelineproj/main/raw-file/0.10.2/CHANGES.
This is a translation update release. New languages included are French and Polish.
In this version we have switched to an XML-based format for timeline data. Other new features include support for hierarchical categories, function to duplicate events according to a pattern, and better error reporting facilities when application crashes.
Apart from quite a few bug fixes and enhancements, Timeline gained support to start weeks on Sundays. For more information what has been fixed, see the release notes.
The first Debian package for version 0.8.0 was missing some images. They have been added in the new package timeline_0.8.0-2_all.deb. There are no changes in the software itself: just in the package.
Significant new features and enhancements in this release are search functionality, experimental read-only support for ics files, drawing weekend day numbers in bold, and a few new navigation functions. Support for the Hebrew and Catalan languages has also been added thanks to contributions on our Launchpad translation site.