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Post Alpha 0.43 Released
on: 2013-06-14 09:08
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Testers can download it as specified in the original email sent to them.

See the Known Issues forum for known issues with this release, and planned upcoming work.

There have been some core changes in this release, please let me know if there are any stability issues

In this Release:

Features

224 - Add automatic Pagination

229 - Draw automatic pagination lines
Users will now see page breaks

Bugs Fixed
222 - Using ^K# or marking a block on last line corrupts display

227 - Stops Threads on help windows
Users may not notice much, but non-needed editor threads are shutdown in the help windows

228 - dot commands past a certain point (page 2?) are measured
When calculating vertical space used on a page, the wrong field was used.

231 - End of page scrolling error
When using ^F or ^A on the final line of a document, the page scrolls with each command. ^F shifts the text up line by line until only the final two lines are visible, while ^A immediately shifts the text up so only the final line is visible.

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  1. DMcCunney says:
    Mozilla Firefox 24.0 Windows XP

    I have 567 fonts in Windows, and have had more. (I’m a designer among other things, and collect fonts.)

    This issue also bit Mozilla, as MS library code in Windows builds was tediously enumerating fonts, which did nasty things to Firefox load speed on Windows. Mozilla had an open ticket with MS about it. IIRC, the same issue bit Chrome. (I don’t recall the resolution, and would have to poke around in Bugzilla to see what was done.)

    If you want to do a build that skips the font list build, I’ll test it. It might be best to skip the enumeration on load, and only do it if an operation that uses font requires it.
    ________
    Dennis

  2. fofirama says:
    Mozilla 11.0 Windows 7

    Hello, I just noticed that the latest post on the Forum was posted on 28 September last year. Is the development of Wordtsar still progressing?
    Thanks!

    • gbr says:
      Google Chrome 33.0.1750.146 Mac OS X 10.9.2

      Hi,

      Yes, still active, though slowed down a bit. I use it everyday.

      What is slowing things down right now is a re-vamp of the core routines to make them thread safe. The current version has an issue where if (for example) you turn on line spacing:

      .ls 2

      The screen is immediately updated with the line spacing. However, the page count doesn’t increase, because WordTsar only updates the current view, not the document. So, I need to background thread the document formatting stuff.

      It’s not as easy as it sounds, since all GUI work under Windows must be done in the main process, not in threads. Figuring out font sizes (which is, of course, critical in layout) is considerred GUI work.

      I’m getting there, but need a bit of patience.

      I think what I’ll be doing is moving the current WordTsar binaries to a more public place, let more people download and use it as it currently stands.