The Skim development teams is pleased to announce that Skim 1.3.1 is available for download at <http://skim-app.sourceforge.net/> or using the built-in updater. This fixes a nasty crasher in version 1.3 that occurred when opening a encrypted PDFs on Leopard. 

Thanks to those of you who submitted reproducible bug reports and comments along with the exception reports; as always, please continue to submit bug reports at <http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=192583>.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Skim 1.3 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher to run, Tiger is no longer supported.

For those interested in what is new and fixed, release notes follow.

Changes since 1.3

Bugs Fixed
  *  Fix a crasher when opening encrypted PDFs on Leopard.

Changes since 1.2.7

New Features
  *  64-bit support on Snow Leopard, unfortunately Leopards 64-bit binaries are too buggy.
  *  Always reopen the last open files after an automated update.
  *  Allow clicking links below the reading bar.
  *  Multi-line text view for editing generic note text.
  *  All new high resolution icons. Thanks Kim Does!
  *  Add sortable color column to note table.

Bugs Fixed
  *  Better method to prevent sleep during presentations.
  *  Make sure the main PDF view gets focus on mouse down, and use it as the default target for some Edit commands.
  *  Avoid using empty selections, which could lead to various problems on 10.6.
  *  More accurate calculation for the alternate menu actions Zoom to Width and Zoom to Height.
  *  Rotate markup notes on rotated pages, so they will probably align with the lines.
  *  Make use of Core Animation for several fading transitions.
  *  Prevent empty item in presentation transition style popup.
  *  Workaround for a 10.6 bug that scrolled to the first page after a display mode change.
  *  Prevent empty item in presentation transition style popup.
  *  Workaround for a 10.6 bug that scrolled to the first page after a display mode change.
  *  Prevent black edges around pages in presentation page transitions.