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08 June 2017 - XLingPaper
Sebastian Nordhoff of Language Science Press (http://langsci-press.org/index) says that they have a way now to receive XLingPaper XML documents and turn them into their LaTeX format. This is good news for any XLingPaper users who want to have their work published by Language Science Press.
The latest major Microsoft update for Windows 10, the Windows 10 Creators Update or the 1703 update will cause the FieldWorks program to crash and reduce the performance of the Paratext program (both versions 7 and 8), especially on slower computers. If you are using any of these programs, it is therefore best to avoid this update for the time being. This is a Microsoft bug and we have talked to them about the problem. There has been a lot of discussion about this in the FLEx list Google... read more
15 May 2017 - Adapt It

Adapt It version 6.8.3 release 11 May 2017

Feature changes and new features in 6.8.3

This release adds a new feature to Adapt It that will be of interest to those who are working in collaboration with Paratext or Bibledit. We call the new feature in this release “Data transfer protection for Paratext or Bibledit.” After drafting texts in collaboration with Paratext or Bibledit, there comes a time when those texts are revised and polished within Paratext/Bibledit, and further... read more
10 May 2017 - XLingPaper
XLingPaper version 3.1.0 (for the XMLmind XML Editor version 7.2+) and version 2.31.0 (for the XMLmind XML Editor version 5.3) is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Improve the load time for the XMLmind XML Editor (especially with version 7.4+). Add ability to have more than one abstract: sometimes one needs them to be in two or more languages. Add ability to use content control for... read more
We are glad to announce that FieldWorks version 8.3.8 is now being released as stable. This version fixes the remaining problems we have seen with version 8.3. This version doesn’t work with Paratext 8.1. We plan to release 8.3.9 as soon as we can, which will support Paratext 8.1. Be aware that this version does contain a data model change relative to FW8.2.x. After upgrading to this version, the data will not open in any version prior to 8.3.2, so make a backup before upgrading.... read more
06 April 2017 - XLingPaper
As noted in a previous post, large documents could take a long time to load with version 7.2 (and 7.3) of the XMLmind XML Editor. There is good news: the recently released version 7.4 of the XMLmind XML Editor has greatly improved the load time for large documents. While version 7.3 took 13:30 minutes to load a large document, version 7.4 takes only about 20 seconds.
FieldWorks 8.3 introduces the ability to upload dictionary data directly to Webonary.org and makes it significantly easier to configure dictionary data for all kinds of output (print or electronic). Release Notes for Version 8.3 Bugs fixed since 8.3.5 Beta5 LT-17530 Allow references to variants or deeper components on references to Components. LT-18143 Prevent crash when no items in the “Dialect Labels” list. LT-15232 If a complex form is also a variant, make sure it shows... read more
14 March 2017 - Webonary
(March 2017) In the town of Thionck-Essyl in the south of Senegal, speakers of the *Gusilay language are celebrating the success of the recent Rapid Word Collection (RWC) workshop, an updated approach to jump-starting the making of a dictionary. The workshop was publicized on the local radio station, including interviews of participants who voiced the importance of their collective work. The broadcast resulted in a room full of Gusilay speakers at the closing ceremony, ready to join the... read more
Bugs fixed since 8.3.4 Beta4 LT-18073 Fix crash leaving Lexicon Edit before Dictionary Preview pane refreshes. LT-18068 Fix crash in ‘Upload to Webonary’ process when two entries reference the same audio file. LT-18018 Fix ordering of Subentries by types from Options List. LT-17990 Fix column filters so they work for large integers. LT-18086 Fix some of the checkboxes that weren’t visible on Linux. LT-18091 Migrate style settings from 8.2 and older that weren’t getting... read more
27 January 2017 - XLingPaper
First, XLingPaper has a new website at http://software.sil.org/xlingpaper. Feel free to check it out. We will keep the old website up for at least another couple of months. Second, some have noticed that XMLmind has a new version (7+) that allows for a Personal Edition License again. It turns out that this new version also handles the newer high density computer screens well while the version we have been using (5.3) does not do so. We have created a... read more
13 January 2017 - XLingPaper
Beginning with version 7 of the XMLmind XML Editor (aka XXE), XMLmind is offering their Personal Use License again (they ceased doing so after version 5.3). While this is good news, there are some definite changes and incompatibilities between version 5.3 and the current version (7.3). Here are the main advantages that XXE 7.3 has over XXE 5.3: XXE 7.3 works well with screens using HDPI technology. The older XXE 5.3, on the other hand, will appear very tiny on these newer screens and may even... read more
14 October 2016 - Webonary
(October 2016) Congratulations to the compilers of six dictionaries newly-published this year on Webonary.org from July through September. Read the full article at sil.org.
@RH_IQ_Keyboard no, Keyman is not designed to use an alternate dll. Even Keyman's European layout support would not do what you are asking.
@RH_IQ_Keyboard You wouldn't be able to combine the two: Keyman uses kbdus.dll for the base system layout.
@RH_IQ_Keyboard At this time, no you cannot remap the Windows key and the Kana, Roya and Loya keys are not explicitly supported.
27 June 2016 - XLingPaper
For those of you who might want to submit a manuscript to the Global Publishing Services department of SIL International, we are pleased to announce that they are now accepting manuscripts in both XLingPaper and Word formats.
06 June 2016 - XLingPaper
XLingPaper version 2.29.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Allow publisher style sheet to control whether or not sections within appendices should be included in contents. Allow content control for appendixRef, exampleRef, figureRef, genericRef, sectionRef, and tablenumberedRef elements. Add height and width attributes to the img element to control size of graphic in the XMLmind XML... read more
22 April 2016 - Pathway
Pathway 1.14.2 is a hotfix to Pathway 1.14.1. It includes some additional files necessary to build Sword modules that were inadvertently left out of the 1.14.1 stable release.
18 April 2016 - SILKin
In response to User feedback, nearly all restrictions have been removed from the characters allowed in kin terms and in names. All characters in all UTF character sets are now legal, including hyphens, embedded blanks, numbers, and special characters. Only double-quotes and commas are prohibited in the body of a kin term; numbers and asterisks may not be the first character of a kin term.
18 April 2016 - SILKin
As requested by field workers, SILKin now can handle adoption, clans, and other non-genealogical relationships. To make this as versatile as possible, we have added User Defined Properties (UDPs) that can represent an adoptive relationship, clan membership, or anything else the User can define. This feature will be used primarily for adoptions and clans, but could be used to record locations, skills, shared gardens or resources, dining arrangements, wealth, etc. Adoption-type... read more