Amaya 11.3

Posted on Thursday, Dec 03 2009 @ 14:23 CET by

Amaya is a Web editor, i.e. a tool used to create and update documents directly on the Web. Browsing features are seamlessly integrated with the editing and remote access features in a uniform environment. This follows the original vision of the Web as a space for collaboration and not just a one-way publishing medium.

New Features
  • The https protocol is now supported
  • New version of the template editor: creation of XTiger libraries, components, imports, etc.
  • Automatic opening of the Structure view for template instances
  • The vertical split opens the Structure view and the horizontal split opens the Source view
  • A double click on an item of the List of style sheets tool opens the style sheet
  • A new set of Amaya profiles: "Lite", "Lite+Web", "Lite+Web+CSS", "Lite+Web+CSS+Math_Graphics", "Advanced"
  • The Insert entity command now allows one to insert a unicode character into a HTML document
  • A new command Undo close Tab in the Tab contextual menu
  • The Tab and Shift Tab commands allow one to move down/up list items
Bug fixes
  • The link dialogue didn't allow one to insert relative links into a remote document
  • Sometimes the focus in the link dialogue was lost
  • Fix some rendering bugs and improve the CSS support
  • Improve the edit of template instances: management of options and attributes and fix bugs
  • The refresh of tool panels was too slow
  • PNG images were not displayed on 64-bit platforms
  • On Mac OSX, the ^ dead key behaved like if "enter" was pressed
  • On Mac OSX 10.5, sometimes cached files of the libwww were stored into the "/" directory
  • On Mac OS X platforms when scrolling, svg drawing moved up on the text
  • The table of contents was not generated when the selection is not empty
  • When the loaded file is ReadOnly, the Save As to another location didn't work

Program Information

Internet and communication

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Download: Amaya 11.3

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