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____________________ XIPHOS RELEASE NOTES ____________________ Release 3.1.6 12 Jan 2014 This release is for compatibility with the recent Sword release, a number of small features, and many bug fixes. This release was very delayed both due to our need for the long-awaited Sword 1.7 release, upon which any release of Xiphos has been dependent for more than a year, and because of time demands on Xiphos developers. Due to many problems with GTK3 support, 3.1.6 is being released with the expectation of being built against GTK2. The GTK3 problems will be resolved for a future release and we will move Xiphos forward for that then. Incidental improvements and bug fixes: - The existence and placement of Preferences, Module Manager, and Advanced Search windows is saved. - Major compatibility changes for the underlying Sword interface, especially renderText() and its minions. - Live chat nick selection identifies user's platform and Xiphos version. - Manual updates to reflect recent additions (eg. Alt-A [annotate]). - Journals can be opened in regular display detached window (not editor). - "Friendly" (abbreviation) month names for devotional use in the dictionary pane. - Export off-by-one error when crossing chapter boundary is fixed. Export also made somewhat more general and featureful. 3.1.5's missing export submenu is back. - Addition of repository support for HTTP, HTTPS, and SFTP. - Version differences in dbus IPC (xiphos-nav) have been homogenized. - Build inconsistencies across Linux distributions are fixed. - Removed last vestiges of unneeded, defunct KJV pilcrow (¶) handling. - A number of updates to native language support for module tree lists. - Sword's OSISVariants now works (had never been added since Sword's OSIS support came into existence). - Xiphos internals have moved forward to Sword's XHTML interface, leaving behind the old HTMLHREF interface. Many consequent internal changes. - Unicode punctuation is no longer mis-spoken in ReadAloud. - The last of the historic gtkhtml3 support has been removed, other than the editor component in GTK2: Xiphos depends exclusively on webkit. This is Xiphos' 5th display engine. We do not intend to change it ever again. ________________________________________________________________
Source: README, updated 2014-01-14

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