Project Release Information
This release fixes a critical bug in the editor widget that can lead to loss of content for specific combinations of formatting. In addition, week numbers in Journal pages are fixed and Tasklist tag inheritance is improved.
This release is first of all a bugfix release,
with a critical fix for a bug preventing zim from
starting after a crash.
Exporting LaTeX equations and interwiki links works
New features include a new plugin for a "distraction free" fullscreen mode and more options
to configure the tasklist plugin.
This release adds support for numbered lists, and adds Markdown as an export format (and "Copy As" format). The index is now sorted "naturally" (so "10" sorts below "9") and there is a new plugin to show a table of contents per page. The search dialog has been fixed so that it no longer hangs while searching, results are now shown incrementally, and the search can be canceled. This release fixed bugs with the export dialog and for case-sensitive rename on Windows.
This is a bugfix release with a minor feature enhancement: tasklist now supports nested tasks. It also adds an automount plugin, adds new mono icons for the Ubuntu Unity panel, fixes bugs related to links in read-only mode and to drag-and-drop of links, and fixes a bug which made the index jump with every click.
This release adds several new features: support for using images as links, a print button in the tasklist dialog, the option for the calendar to have a page per week, month, or year instead of per day, implicit deadline for tasks defined in calendar pages, a new plugin for evaluating inline arithmetic expressions, and a template function for page indexes. It also contains a large number of bugfixes; the most notable are restoring the use of relative paths on copy-paste and fixes for various exceptions when moving pages.
Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Each page can contain links to other pages, simple formatting, and images. Pages are stored in a folder structure, like in an outliner, and can have attachments. Creating a new page is as easy as linking to a nonexistent page. All data is stored in plain text files with wiki formatting. Various plugins provide additional functionality, like a task list manager, an equation editor, a tray icon, and support for version control. Zim can be used to keep an archive of notes, take notes during meetings or lectures, organize task lists, draft blog entries and email, or do brainstorming.