Project Release Information
Search/Index tabs can now be docked right as well as left. Lost password recovery is now available. Node structure management is now limited to the primary language only, for better control. Other languages can rename only. A Polish language translation has been added.
The image page loading from cache after upload on some browsers was corrected. Tree loads from cache on some browsers after node edits were corrected
Printing is now compatible with Google Chrome's new print preview. An option to not use subscriptions was added. Swedish language support was added. Multiple list items can now be block selected.
XML syntax highlighting of multiple line comments was fixed. A blank print page was fixed. The image display can now be sorted. The history now displays the proper page name for a language. The sitemap now uses revision time if available. A page is now checked to be editable before allowing it to revert. The position of the revert dialog is now a fixed position, so it will not scroll off the page. A Portuguese translation was added. The reduntant server calls for loaded scripts were eliminated.
The anonymous user is properly displayed in the status bar. The logout state is now set on the front end if there is no session. The image selection page display width was fixed. Case insensitive image extensions are now allowed. The diff view while editing now ignores line ending differences. An admin user can now edit a page while locked. Image thumbnail creation and display were added. The CSS code was minified.
Bugs corrected: page not refreshing after image upload, menus out of sync with program state, images with spaces or underscores not working, inability to manage the site structure with the Registered User Only option, and the admin page not refreshing after a single page lock. Features added: an updated UI appearance, language updates, trimming of unused code, and the addition of missing image alt tags.
The wiki has become the clear choice for use among projects for their help documentation. Wiki Web Help takes the wiki concept and tailors it for use specifically with help documentation. It combines the best of both worlds, with operation similar to a chm viewer and the Web technologies that enable community involvement. It features a dual split pane with tabs for searching, index browsing, and display of contents (in a tree). Users can create and modify topics and pages. Pages can be tagged for index creation. Searching with highlighting is included.