Release version: 1.5.5
Build number: 1085
Release date: June/28, 2012 (Korean Time)
Newly Added Features
User Style Types
You can create user defined elements and user defined character types.
In the <1 Style | Theme> menu, you need to click on the <2 User Style Type> link.
3If you click on the <Create User Style Type> link, you will see an input field appearing.
4You can only enter alphabets, numbers or underlines in the Key field.
5Select the Type. The default type you can select generally include Normal, Code, Definition List, Admonition, Table, and Character .
You can use them in Theme and Editor.
6In the Theme menu, you can define the format of user style.
7In the Editor menu, you can select user styles as element type or character type.
8You need to select a Table type. If you do not select it, the default style will be used.
Creating an Article
You can create an article which is not a book.
Click on the<1 Create Article> link to create an article.
Click on the <2 Edit Content> link to edit your document. Unlike a book, you can’t add chapters to your article.
You can’t change the Web Viewer layout.
In the document list, you can use different icons to identify books and short documents.
3This icon means that it is an article.
4This icon means that it is a book.
Favorites and Showing Recently Opened Chapters
You can create a favorite link to a book or a chapter.
1You can create a favorite link to a book.
2You can create a favorite link to a chapter.
In the dashboard, you can check your favorite books and chapters.
3If you move your mouse cursor to the star mark, you will see the favorite list appearing.
4If you click on the book title, you will be moved to the detailed book information screen.
5Click on the chapter title to launch Editor where you can edit the chapter.
6Move your mouse cursor to view the list of recently opened chapters.
Building PDF/EPUB Files for Multiple Books at One Time
Click on the <1 Export Files> link to build PDF and EPUB files for many books at one time.
2Select a book. The selected book will appear in the below list.
3Delete a book that you selected.
4Click on the <Start> button to start building files.
Callout List Element and Callout Character Type
We have newly added a Callout List element type. You can prepare it as follows and select Callout List as your element type. Then a callout number will be added to the front.
Water melon Grape Oriental melon
The following results are obtained.
As shown in the following, you can assign an arbitrary callout number.
#3 Water melon #A Grape #b1 Oriental melon
You can use alphabets and numbers only to set one or two lettered callout number. But there should be a space between the callout number and the content.
The following results are obtained.
As shown in the following, you can add a 99 callout number by using a character type in the middle of element or table.
As we said earlier, you can only use alphabets or numbers to set a one or two lettered callout number.
Using an Ordered List or an Unordered List in a Table
You can use an ordered or unordered list in a table. But, renumbering is not supported.
Character Type Mapping Based on the Web Theme When Importing an MS Word File
When you import an MS word file, you can map character types by referring to the character type formats set in the web theme.
Opening Other Chapters in Editor
In your Editor, you can click on the 1 Book Title to immediately open other chapters.
Connecting Definition List Elements with +
As in an ordered list and an unordered list, you can combine multiple definition list elements by using the plus sign(+).
Java The 3Rabbitz Book S/W is developed in Java. To run this S/W, you have to install Oracle Java 6.0 or higher. + Java versions are identified with two different nomenclatures such as 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 and 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 . 6.0 and 1.6 refer to the same version. OS It supports an OS where Java 6 or higher can be installed.
The following results are obtained
The 3Rabbitz Book S/W is developed in Java. To run this S/W, you have to install Oracle Java 6.0 or higher.
Java versions are identified with two different nomenclatures such as 5.0, 6.0, 7.0 and 1.5, 1.6, 1.7 . 6.0 and 1.6 refer to the same version.
It supports an OS where Java 6 or higher can be installed.
Removing Line Break Used When Editing Multiple Elements Together
If you combine multiple elements for the editing purposes, you will see the <1 Remove Line Break> link in the lower left corner of the text element editor.
Showing the Label Information Too In the Book Dropdown Box
Book Title and Links to a Chapter Being Referred to
The book title and link are provided for the chapter being referred to in the table of contents.
1Click on the book title to move to the detailed book information screen.
2Click on the chapter title to launch your editor where you can edit the chapter.
The following functions have been either added or changed.
Using the shortcuts such as <
Ctrl + C> and <
Ctrl + V>, you can copy and paste elements..
You can set opacity level to a figure.
If you adjust the line while pressing down the <
Shift> key, then it will scroll up/down in the preset values such as 0, 22.5, 45, 67.5, 90 degrees.
The callout size has been changed from 25px to 20px, font has been changed from arial to Consolas, 'Courier New', monospace.
The following bugs have been fixed.
Problem with failures to save after changing the call out figure option.
Mouse movement affecting the areas beyond the two end points of a line.
Reverting to the original value when a user copies and pastes a figure.
Supports for the Oracle DB
You can use the Oracle database.
When a user searches in Web Viewer, their inputs are not case sensitive.
A user can also searches for the contents set as index in Web Viewer.
When a user imports an MS word file, if there are more than one rows and cells are not merged together, then the first row is processed as the header row..
When a user creates a PDF file, the page is no longer divided between the definition list and the description.
The description in the font list only shows the license information.
A user can still make a book link to a figure element that has no title.
When a user makes a link in Editor, even if he does not select the contents, he can make a link to the location where the cursor is.
The book and the chapter that a user selected will be also included as default when he includes other elements in Editor.
Changes in the UI
Changes in the UI Function in the Top Right Corner
1If you click on the Home Icon, you will be moved to the main screen(Dashboard for BOOK, Users for Admin).
2Switch to BOOK or Admin Mode.
3Execute the following - My Profile, Help, and Logout.
Changes in the Document Search Form and Label UI
The 1 document search form and the 2 label UI have been changed.
Changes in the Overlay UI
Changes in the Tooltip UI
UI changes on page 404/500
Underline below the first column in the table list has been removed.
In editor, footnote icon changed.
CSS improved for Editor printing.
Changes in the element removal icon in Editor.
Tomcat 7.0.28 upgrade.
Improved the logic to apply the value obtained from the DB to a model.
ModelExecuter#getParameter logic refactoring.
Handling of NullPointException occurring in BookURLBridge#isPublicControllerLink.
The problem with a failure to show a figure when the book that includes a referred chapter or element is not disclosed.
The problem with showing a book only to users with the administrator role but not showing it to the user himself when importing a book.
The problem with failures to delete the cache in Web Viewers with other languages when a logged in user searches in Web Viewer.
The failure occurring when a user adds other figures to the beginning or the end after adding one in the middle of the document.
The problem with overlapping between the table lines and the figure inside an element when a user creates a PDF file.
The problem with the previously selected item remains selected when a user opens the book link overlay in Editor.