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Feb 7, 2012 (woas-fix.html in woas-0.12.0.zip): fixes a macro bug that affected the built-in 'woas.note' macro and other minor changes, mostly to the password input screen. Also changed README file to warn against using 0.12.0.
Jan 7, 2012 (woas-fix.html in woas-0.12.0.zip): this version fixes some bugs, including some important ones, and adds some features. Please use the new file. The most important features are:
Please see the log file for more information. There are still some more changes to come, especially a more complete fix for Export.
The woas-0.12.0 release has numerous bugs and issues, some of them causing file corruption, some just spoiling the look and use of this excellent tool. I am putting together a new release that fixes many of these issues before moving permanently to my new Woas project. I am trying to get this done ASAP as some recent changes really affect WoaS use with Firefox, the only browser that fully supports all (working) woas-0.12.0 features.
The issues below, along with many other smaller issues, have been fixed in the woas-fix.html file added to the woas-0.12.0.zip file.
Unfortunately the project owner has been away from the project for a very long time, and is not answering my emails or using the code I have written to fix issues, and the official forums have been down for months (the reason I have decided to write this note). I only have authority to upload a file to this area and work in the SVN repository, but have not felt comfortable making major changes to the official code. I have therefore rather unwillingly forked this project.
My new project has no files or code and is not properly set-up yet, but I have written an initial blog entry. Right now I am focusing on making a final fixed release for this project (woas-0.12.0-pvhl) before moving on. I will be continuing the fix of WoaS 0.12.0 in my Legacy sub-project (that also has discussion forums and bug tracking, though not set up properly yet) and also slowly developing a new, redesigned Woas tool that has capabilities very similar to this WoaS project but as a subset of much more flexible and powerful features. It was the motivation to design and build this new tool that first led me to the WoaS project a few years ago.
Regards, Paul (PVHL, currently one of the WoaS developers).