I’m pleased to announce a new 1.35.0 package of calibre for openSUSE. Whats happend in this version?
- Edit Book: Redesign the syntax highlighter to improve performance for large documents and extended editing sessions.
- Edit book: Make cursor movement smooth by not highlighting matching tags while the cursor is moving. Only match highlighting tags if the cursor stays still for a time.
- Spellcheck dialog: Indicate whether a word is ignored in the Misspelled column
- Spellcheck dialog: Pressing Ctrl+C on the words list copies only selected words, regardless of current cell
- Add a copy to clipboard action to the context menu for the spell check dialog
- Edit book: Fix save button incorrectly disabled after a failed save
- Edit Book: Fix an error when merging CSS stylesheets that contain @charset rules
- Edit book: Fix extra invalid entries being generated in the manifest when editing an AZW3 file that has no images.
- Edit book: Fix a hang when editing an HTML or XML file with text of the form Fix regression that prevented the ebook editor from starting on linux systems with locale set to ‘C’
- DOCX Input: Fix formatting of the generated Index when the index is complex, i.e. with lots of references to the same item, multiple level of sub-items, etc.
- Smarten punctuation: Fix a double quote preceded by a hyphen at the end of a sentence (before the start of the next tag) being converted into an opening quote instead of closing quote.
- News download: Fix very long URLs for links to pages causing errors on windows because of max path length restrictions.
- Edit book: Fix saved search dialog causing high CPU usage
- Edit book: Fix importing of Lithuanian dictionary from OpenOffice, that does not specify a country code.
You can find the latest version in the Documentation:Tools Repository. As example for openSUSE 13.1: http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/Documentation:/Tools/openSUSE_13.1/ .
You can send Bugreports for the calibre package to the Novell Bugzilla