5.0.199: Fixed: Phillips NT won't display everywhere.
5.0.200: Debian and Ubuntu packages for Bibledit Cloud.
5.0.201: Fixed: USFM chapter editor page unload fails to save unsaved text.
5.0.201: Mailed sprint planning includes the month.
5.0.201: Can mail the sprint planning of a different month than the current one.
5.0.206: Setting whether to send only, or send to and receive from git repository.
5.0.220: Fixed: Android: Cannot return to the settings page when user navigated away.
5.0.225: Fixed: The screen with change notifications stays blank for longer than expected on low power devices.
5.0.225: Fixed: The setting for tabbed mode was visible in advanced mode.
5.0.226: Bible editors save changes after one second rather than after five.
5.0.228: The Cloud gives a warning when the emailer has not yet been set up.
5.0.232: Displays an unlimited amount of change notifications at once.
5.0.232: Fixed: Confusing Preferences > Maximum difference categories.
5.0.232: More practical order of the tabs in tabbed mode.
5.0.232: Tabbed mode is the default setting on relevant devices.
5.0.233: The setup is now "updating" instead of "installing".
5.0.233: Feedback and progress during linking to a git repository.
5.0.233: Information about how to restore a Bible to an earlier stage via a git repository.
5.0.233: Better notes placement in tool for transferring notes.
5.0.236: Splits large emails with change notifications up into parts.
5.0.268: 'Please wait' feedback when first connecting to the Cloud.
5.0.271: Loads all change notifications despite shaky network connection.
5.0.272: Client no longer caches resources while the Cloud is being upgraded.
5.0.274: Client also exports one installed resource per tarball.
5.0.278: Fixed: On Windows the window can become too small to be visible.
5.0.279: On Chrome OS it can handle more notes before it fails to start up.
5.0.282: Setting per Bible whether it sends the changes to the RSS feed.
5.0.286: On Linux it opens the Download folder after downloading a file, instead of opening that file.
5.0.286: Improved stability of downloading transfer tarballs.
5.0.286: Improved installation documentation on Ubuntu.
5.0.292: Remove deprecated visual editors.
5.0.293: The tool to transfer cross references was removed as too complex.
5.0.308: Checks on the presence of the \toc[1-3] markers.
5.0.330: Larger tabs on Android in basic mode.
5.0.338: Gradually convert consultation notes to the new storage format.
5.0.339: Fixed: A consultant cannot see the translation in basic mode.
5.0.342: Fixed: Resources not showing properly.
5.0.345: Fixed: RSS dates are one month ahead.
5.0.349: Fixed: Windows port does not create the sample Bible.
5.0.353: Select the type of space to add after a verse number in the Bible exports.
Version bump to 5.1 to make it higher than version 4.9 now in Debian and derivatives.
Partial support for \ca ...\ca* in USFM 3.
Workspaces in Edge fill the available space.
Setting on whether to include the authors in the RSS feed.
The RSS feed includes the author in the description field also.
Fast styles cache.
Handle file download and print in Linux.
The menu in advanced mode always shows all four Bible editors.
The preferences for the Bible editors apply to the fast editor switcher only.
Logs the browser's user agent.
Fixed: Logout link in client app.
Fixed: Inaccurate focused verse when typing at the end of a verse in the USFM chapter editor.
User privilege whether to use advanced mode in the Cloud.
Ctrl/Cmd-F searches the interface.
Localized output of the mechanical checks.
Improved parsing of emailed responses to consultation notes.
Improved search and replace in texts with notes.
File upload and download in the Windows app.
File upload and download in the macOS app.
Client opens external website in the system browser.
Client keeps Bible books it created before connecting to the Cloud.
Client cannot install an embedded resource.
The Bible editors no longer give a warning when the user has not sent to and received from the Cloud for a while.
The resource viewer scrolls to the same position it had at the last page display.
Offline transfer of Bibles and resources from one client to another.
Shows the number of your changes, plus the number of changes of the whole team.
Can put the controls for dismissing change notifications at the top of the page.
Fixed: User can remove all passages from a consultation note.
Can grant privilege to users to be able to delete consultation notes.
The caret in the visual verse editor no longer jumps to the start of the verse on verse reload.
Clients can create OpenDocument files.
Offline transfer of consultation notes from one client to another.
Cmd-G: Search next in macOS app.
The USFM verse editor was removed.
Tabbed view in Android and iOS app.
Fixed: Menu Settings / Accounts was visible in disconnected client.
Can enable a control for quickly editing the content of a consultation note.
Fixed: The iOS app has a blank screen right after app install.
Export the entire Bible to a single OpenDocument file.
Check for no-break space at French punctuation.
Cloud shell wrapper no longer can start multiple Cloud instances.
17 February 2017
Complete port of Bibledit-Web.
Many minor changes and fixes.
Bible editor for one verse in formatted view.
The Manager role has access to all Bibles.
Release Bibledit Cloud.
Release Bibledit for Windows.
Release Bibledit for Mac.
Release Bibledit for Android.
Release Bibledit for iOS.
Release Bibledit for Linux.
Integrated Paratext bridge for seamless collaboration with Paratext USFM data.
Supports the major web browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, Edge.
Support for USFM \b (Blank line).
Fixed: The caret jumps around in the USFM chapter editor.
Fixed: The number of characters in drop caps in OpenDocument export is always two.
Fixed: On the Bibledit clients, replacing does not work in a Bible.
Fixed: A client keeps sending a chapter with multiple spaces to the server.
Fixed: After applying the "ft" style to a footnote, it overwrites the \f ... \f*.
Fixed: When the Resources display a USFM resource or a Bible, and the USFM has italics as part of the word, there is a space in that word in the Resources.
Fixed: After entering details for the POP3 server, it only starts collecting email after restarting the server.
Fixed: When going to another verse in the chapter editor, the caret is placed some characters away from the start of the verse.
Fixed: Loses text following unescaped entities in a note subject when editing it.
Watchdog timer on send/receive notes.
When merging changes in a Bible chapter, prioritize changes from a Bible editor.
Fixed: When the Bible editors save text, the + signs disappear.
Fixed: The editor changes the \xt to \xo.
It completes a Bible save operation before starting another one.
It no longer automatically fixes a missing note caller.
Better animation of USFM chapter editor and a few more screens.
Fixed: On Windows, a burst of logs leads to an unclear journal.
The Bible editor indicates the focused verse after reload.
Fixed: Marker not in stylesheet: \+add*.
The workspace can pass a Bible to any of the four editors.
Fixed: The number of business day in a month on the sprint planning is incorrect.
Client synchronizes the Change Notifications with the Cloud.
Client refers user notifications to the Cloud.
Cloud removes downloadable revision notifications older than a month.
Cloud removes unprocessed user and team changes older than five days to automatically recover from crashes due to limited memory.
Automatically includes updated localizations from Launchpad crowd translation services.
The interface can be localized.
Clickable arrows for navigating to the previous or the next verse.
Can set write access to Bible per book.
Fixed: Server sends spurious messages about unable to merge client Bible data.
Improved transfer of workspaces between client and server.
Fixed: Loses any + sign when a client sends a Bible chapter to the cloud.
Support for combined verses like 10-12 and 12,13 and 10,11b.
Renumber notes after inserting or removing one in the visual chapter editor.
Deletes note body after removing the note caller in the visual chapter editor.
Can display context in the Resources.
Sprint planning is available in the Cloud only.
Can set the width of the entire workspace.
Watchdog timers on all sync actions for increased robustness on bad networks.
Central cache for external resources for clustered Bibledit Cloud installations.
Improved caching of the NET Bible.
One-click submission of Bible to the Bible Drop Box at http://freely-given.org/Software/BibleDropBox.
Note checksum cache for faster note synchronization in case of thousands of notes.
Smart nightly exports only export when the Bible text was updated.
Clients can download extra fonts from the Cloud.
The Android back button navigates back in the stack of viewed web pages.
When no font name is given for a Bible on a client, it takes the font name entered in Bibledit Cloud.
Can set the font size for everything, and for the menu.
Can set the line height and the letter spacing for the four Bible editors.
Server implements HTTP caching for greater efficiency.
Easier notes source editing.
Creates a default Bible with the text from the World English Bible.
The Checks store no more than 10 of the same results.
Support for image resources that span a range of passages.
Fixed: On client: Cannot assign a consultation note to somebody else.
Manually synchronize with Paratext.
Fixed: On a client, one cannot assign a note to anyone except oneself.
Fixed: On USFM import it removes any + sign.
More accurate positioning of the caret in the visual chapter editor.
Click in the visual verse editor to navigate to another verse.
Clearer information on page for synchronizing with a git repository.
The page for synchronizing with a git repository links to that repository for the history.
Lexicon displays the English Bible text plus Strong definitions.
Better checks suppression handling.
Lexicon resources displays the Hebrew and Greek Bible text plus Strong definitions.
New resource: Hebrew text of the VU University Amsterdam with glosses and morphology, see the license section for the sources.
New resource: Open Scriptures Hebrew text with Strong numbers.
New resource: Open Scriptures Brown Driver Briggs lexicon.
Fixed: Edit the Bible text, undo the edit: It sends an empty email to the subscribed users.
Disable App Nap on the Mac.
Fixed: Scrolling issue in visual chapter editor.
Fixed: Bibledit Mac cannot print.
The Bible text editors no longer grab focus on their own.
No longer imports text from BibleWorks because BibleWorks no longer exports it.
Can import plain Bible text.
An author can edit his or her own part of the content of a consultation note.
Consultation note content edited on the client is sent to the Cloud also.
Note callers are no longer blue and underlined.
The "\v n" and the "\c n" in the USFM verse editor are now read-only.
The page for the change notifications is clearer.
Users can opt in for receiving online change notifications of the individual contributors.
Can dismiss entire categories of change notifications.
User is logged out after one year of inactivity.
A client does not run the nightly exports.
Fixed: In a workspace and shifting from viewing a NT-only project to viewing a full Bible project, Bibledit will not give the updated full table of books for the full Bible project.
All commentaries from studylight.org are available as external resources.
Fixed: When a client unsubscribes from a note from a change notification, it does not update the Cloud, so a sync action reverses the unsubscribe action.
The \ide has moved from the fallout document to the info document on export.
Coloured bars can be inserted into the Resources as dividers.
The Hebrew resources follow the Hebrew and Greek versification system.
Before linking a resource to the central cache, it checks whether the resource is available from that cache.
The Bible for which a book was created, or into which text was imported, becomes a user's default Bible.
The Users page no longer limits the displayed users based on shared access to Bibles.
List of books for giving read/write access to users is divided into four columns.
Searching all Bibles and notes moved from the menu bar to the search pages.
Splash screen on startup.
Splash screen says: "What would you like to do?"
Fixed: Unknown ID: \ide UTF-8
Setup progress bar.
Displays SWORD resources.
Client links to the Cloud for more Bible operations.
Fixed: Applying style \add in the visual editor reloads the text in the editor.
Fixed: Visual editor at times trembles after focusing another verse.
Uses Hebrew font or Greek font in the original languages search.
The demo displays an interesting workspace with selection of resources to the visitor.
Unmatched \f and \add markers in the visual editor are dealt with properly.
User can set the relative font size of Hebrew and Greek resources.
No index on search database: Saving will be faster on low power devices.
Can personalize the vertical scrolling position of the caret in the Bible editors.
Fixed: Missing bits from the KJV lexicon.
Open Scripures Hebrew Lexicon displays the ketiv and the qere and has better word spacing.
It sets an initial selection of resources.
Home page offers link for opening last used workspace.
Menu reorganisation for easier operation by touch.
Clearer order of the items of the morphology of the ETCBC4 Hebrew database, see the license section for the sources.
Linux installer script fetches the tarball with the highest version number.
The email with the checking results provides a link to the online results.
Fixed: When going to the visual editor, at times it shifts to verse 0 on its own.
Disable App Transport Security in iOS 9 and OSX 10.11 El Capitan.
Before installing a SWORD module, the Cloud checks whether the module exists.
Fixed: When user A on a client assigns a note to user B, then it ends up being assigned to user A instead of to B.
When a user is not logged in, it displays a Login menu item, rather than forwarding to the Login page.
Anyone can give public feedback on a Bible.
The editor properly deals with \add and \xt, and similar, in footnotes.
Client deletes a limited amount of notes in one go, even if it thinks the server has deleted more of them.
Fixed: Consultation notes bulk updater.
Fixed: The exported Bibles cannot be publicly seen because Bibledit then asks to login.
No longer depends on the XML2 library.
No longer depends on the ICU Unicode library.
The Bible search index is now stored in plain text files rather than in a database.
Fixed: Doing a search/replace in combined verses results in a growing chapter with the combined verse repeating.
The visual chapter editor highlights a verse with combined verse numbers.
On Android, all lexicons work.
Bibles and Consultation Notes indexers complete their tasks even through multiple device reboots.
Fixed: Crash when saving malformed USFM.
Manually indexing Bibles forces their indexes to be rebuilt from scratch.
Searches in footnotes also (re-index Bibles for this to work).
In the workspace settings, the user can create all default workspaces.
Automatically creates default workspaces if a user has none.
The workspace organizer informs the user that loading the samples overwrites the current workspace.
Copy a workspace to a new one.
The workspace settings have pop-up help.
Can set font size for the resources.
Can set font size for the Bible editors.
Can set the background color for styles that support font color.
Clearer wording of settings for sentence structure.
Fixed: No punctuation at end of verse: ?
The changes notifications also notify of changes in formatting only, without changes in the actual text.
When a resource maps to another verse, the resources displays the mapped verse number.
When the resources have context, the verses are marked with verse numbers for clarity.
Caches fetched raw web content for faster display of many external resources.
Fixed: The resource cache was damaged and has been reset: name.sqlite.sqlite.
Client can manually install a resource. It no longer does that automatically.
If a client is not yet connected to a Cloud, it fetches resources from the Bibledit Cloud demo at bibledit.org.
Alphabetical sort of the external resources.
Based on demand, automatically installs or uninstalls SWORD modules: Can no longer be done manually.
Fixed: Cannot install SWORD resources on client.
Selecting web resources via categories "Original language texts", "Bibles", and "Commentaries".
Separately check on correct number of books in a Bible, and on correct number of chapters and verses in existing books in a Bible.
Import Web resource or SWORD module into a Bible.
The context of the mechanical checks respects the word boundaries.
Unified resource selector for consistency tool and resource printing.
Can copy a workspace to all other users.
If zip and unzip are not found, it refers to the Cloud for Bible export to OpenDocument.
Fixed: A fresh installation of Bibledit on Android takes so long that the progress bar goes past 100%.
The font setting is also applied to the non-editable portion of the visual verse editor.
Localized Bible book names.
Better layout of the King James Bible lexicon.
Cloud version depends on the SWORD library.
Installs requested SWORD modules one by one rather than all of them at once.
Deals with SWORD Bibles and commentaries, leaving out other types of modules.
Fixed: Unassign a user from note on a client: The Cloud assigns the user again.
The back arrow in simple webviews is now a link for greater clarity as to what it is for.
The visual verse editor no longer shows combined verses twice.
Can drag resources into another order on touch-enabled devices.
Client prioritizes synchronizing Bibles, consultation notes, settings, and change notifications.
Server prioritizes synchronizing Bibles, consultation notes, setting, and change notifications per client IP address.
When the active workspace is deleted, it activates the first available workspace, rather than the default one.
Personalize the delay for fading out de workspace menu.
The consultation notes are sorted on passage.
The progress bar keeps going during the initialization phase even if it takes long.
Easier entry of verse text in an empty verse through the USFM verse editor.
Personalization setting for maximum allowed percentage of changes in the Bible editors.
Draggable lists improved look and consistency.
The login and account pages are better suited to mobile touch devices.
The exports menu is only displayed when someone is logged in.
CSS3 media queries to better adapt to portrait and landscape orientation of mobile devices.
No bread crumbs in basic mode.
No mass updates on the notes in basic mode.
Fixed: The visual verse editor does not show the first paragraph format in the editable verse.
Tap and hold a change notification to expand or collapse it.
Swipe a change notification away to delete it.
Swiping left / right goes to the next / previous verse in the resources viewer and the Bible verse text editors.
Swiping left / right goes to the next / previous chapter in the Bible chapter text editors.
Fixed: The Mac and Android port keep scrolling the caret into view preventing manual scroll of the visual chapter editor.
Fixed: Search engine crawlers kept adding resources to view on a public Bibledit demo.
Fixed: Moving task from a completed sprint to the new sprint results in inconsistent interface state.
Personal setting for keeping the main menu visible.
Clearer menu layout.
Sorts the items in menu Tools and menu Settings.
The tool tips in the main menu items show the sub menus.
Translators and higher roles can toggle the public visibility of a consultation note.
The change notifications online can display how many changes each user made.
The four Bible text editors make save errors more obvious.
Setting notifications no longer scrolls the page to the top.
Clients no longer automatically download USFM and offline resources from the Cloud.
When a client does not find a USFM resource locally, it will now download it from the Cloud.
Clients can install USFM resources from the Cloud.
A client downloading or erasing a resource erases its older storage location.
Client can erase but not update the former USFM and offline resources.
Fixed: Restarting resource installation on a client takes a very long time.
Fixed: Consecutive spaces in the visual verse editor become visual non-breaking spaces.
Fixed: The public feedback always opens the first Bible.
Fixed: After switching to another Bible in the public feedback, the previous Bible remains active.
The Linux installer no longer runs 'su' on Ubuntu.
Fixed: Network error while updating available SWORD modules results in erasing the existing list of modules.
Sending a workspace to all users does not work on a client, so the interface was updated to match that.
More informative installation phase.
Faster installation on mobile devices.
Fixed: Caret jumps to unexpected locations in the USFM chapter editor.
Fixed: Clear journal on mobile device, switch screen off, switch screen on: the logbook gets cleared again.
A client never displays menu Settings / Collaboration.
Exported Bibles in html are now mobile-friendly.
Fixed: After clearing the journal, the page slowly scrolls half of the word "Menu" out of view.
Notes by default select all notes within the current chapter.
Fixed: The "Reformat" message in the visual chapter editor appears as a popup.
Fixed: The visual chapter editor continually kept scrolling the caret into view.
Viewing a note now also shows the passage navigator.
The email with a consultation notification now has a link to go to the active workspace in the Cloud.
Improved readability of the list of consultation notes.
On a public demo, web crawlers no longer import resources into Bibles at will.
The nightly indexing of the change notifications no longer builds the index from scratch.
New Bible access privileges storage mechanism.
Any user can now have read or write privileges for Bible books.
Any user with read privileges for Bible books can search in the Bible books.
Any user with write privileges for Bible books can replace text in the Bible books.
Users can have privileges to access certain things above their role.
Fixed: Anyone signing up for Bibledit Cloud can view a Bible that is made viewable by all users.
The username is visible in the Settings menu.
A manager or administrator can login on behalf of another user.
Creates a sample Bible much faster.
Creating a Bible removes the Sample Bible if it was there.
Clearer filter for gbsdigitaal.nl
Improved transfer of change notifications to the clients.
When there's no more verses to go to, the verse navigation buttons are inactive.
Can give write access to all books of a certain Testament in one go.
Fixed: Spurious editor message saying it does not know where to save.
On Android and iOS it keeps the screen awake during send and receive.
Open Scriptures Hebrew Bible was updated to version 4.20 of the Westminster Leningrad Codex.
The personalization settings depend on the role and privileges of the user.
Can Logout in basic mode.
Improved layout and visual styling.
Set the author of a git commit to the user who generated the change.
On Chrome OS it can now be operated from the Chrome browser for improved convenience.
Manual configuration of user-facing URL in a configuration file.
Fixed: Only a Manager can install resources on a client.
Secure (https) web server.
Admin setting to enforce secure communications for web browsers.
Clients can communicate securely with the Cloud.
Admin setting to enforce secure communications for Bibledit clients.
Can install all displaying resources at once.
The top of the summary of an expanded change notifications scrolls to the top of the viewport.
The Cloud sends emails immediately.
The Cloud tracks sessions through cookies.
Delete task from sprint planning.
Create and display user-defined resources.
The » after the verse disappears from the navigator upon reaching the end of the chapter.
Fixed: "Connection refused" messages on Android.
Updating the sprint planning no longer causes the page to scroll.
Fixed: Android app often crashed when offline.
Cannot remove the last user.
Cannot remove the last administrator.
Can remove change notifications per user in bulk on clients.
After editing a stylesheet the user can straightaway select it without having to go via the menu.
Fast Bible copy.
Fixed: Caret jumps between editors.
Fixed: Notification "Retrying" without reason in visual verse editor.
Fixed: Server uninstalls a SWORD module too soon.
Fixed: Cannot set font size for the menu.
Fixed: Cannot edit workspaces on Android and iOS.
The Chrome OS port automatically opens the system browser to display the app's interface.
Translators can now create and edit stylesheets.
Fixed: Failure to import USFM Bible text from ZIP file.
Fixed: Setting write access for whole Testaments didn't update the privileges for the clients.
More robust internal volatile database.
When the Cloud detects an irregularity while saving Bible data, it emails the user who caused it.
Can expand long entries in the journal.
The Cloud logs changes in the Bible text in the journal.
Fixed: Applying character markup to two adjacent word removes space between them.
Fixed: Cannot login in basic mode.
Fast resource installation on clients.
Personal setting for disabling swipe navigation actions.
Better checking on cookies.
Client deletes only one Bible book or chapter during any sync operation.
Client mails Bible save irregularity to the user via the Cloud.
Synchronizing with Paratext logs the changes in the journal.
The nightly exports have only one record in the journal rather than many records.
Description of the six ways in which Bibledit records and displays changes in the Bible texts.
On expansion of a change notification it displays the date that change was made.
Removes underscores from the name of new or copied Bibles.
Fixed: Cannot add resources to the consistency tool.
Can paste the search results straight into the passages of the consistency tool.
Better automatic detection of the user-facing URL of a Cloud instance.
Fixed: Caret jumping in visual chapter editor.
It is now easier to edit empty verses in the visual verse editor and in the visual chapter editor.
Morphology for Open Scriptures Hebrew Bible.
Unicode support for export to e-Sword.
Fast Bible editor switching.
Suppress Gtk warnings on Linux.
Cloud can notify users about software updates.
Exports to the Quick Bible app.
Fetching resources in series instead of in parallel, for better response on Android and iOS.
No longer reads Bible data from the git repository by default.
The journal displays the date for an entry.
Simplified git repository linking.
Clearer explanation of clearing the change notifications.
If there's many change notifications, they expire sooner.
Improved merging of Bible texts.
More specific emails about merge failures.
The Cloud logs all data from Bible updates received from clients and how it was merged into the Bible.
Warning when pending changes in the Bible have not yet been sent to the Cloud for some time.
Warning when it has not received Bible data from the Cloud for some time.
Email message when saving Bible text fails due to too many changes.
When Bible data sent by a client is merged with Bible data in the Cloud, a mail will be sent to the user with the details.
The caret position pointer was removed from the USFM chapter editor.
Resources can display related passages.
Can dismiss matching change notifications for all users.
Can paste text in an empty verse in the verse editor without the protection for maximum allowed difference kicking in.
Reordering books now works on touch screens.
The Cloud confirms successful receipt of a Bible chapter.
When a client does not get confirmation of Bible data it sent, it will resend it.
The visual chapter editor's menu always remains in view.
Fixed: USFM chapter editor says "Nothing to save" when switching to it within a workspace.
Fixed: USFM verse editor says "Don't know where to save" when switching to it within a workspace.
Clearer information about the checks.
Checks on matching pairs.
The email about a merge irregularity indicates the chapter and book.
The email about the merge irregularity clarifies the difference between what a client sent and what the Cloud now has.
Fixed: Swipe operations no longer worked on touch screens.
Swipe a change notification to the right to expand it.
The Bible editor in basic mode is now the visual verse editor.
The user can configure the active Bible editors.
The visual verse editor puts all non-editable notes at the bottom of the chapter.
The controls of the visual verse editor are always at the top of the window.
The visual verse editor has a preview of the chapter.
The menu labels for the editors adapt themselves to the available active Bible editors.
Setting for whether to display the styles button in the visual Bible editors.
The settings for the permitted change in the Bible editors adapt to the enabled editors.
Keyboard shortcut Ctrl-\ to cycle through the available Bible editors.
Fixed: Connection to the embedded webserver could fail in case of no network connection.
The Windows port is now native and no longer uses Cygwin.
Downloads notes in bulk for faster download.
Embedded SQLite library, no longer an external dependency.
Support for IPv6.
The menu for the USFM chapter editor always remains in view.
Selecting a passage immediately hides any open workspace menu rather than allowing it to slowly fade it out.
The emails about updated software contains information about how to install it.
Members and consultants and translators run in basic mode after first login.
In basic mode the main menu is visible by default.
Can enable menu item for Changes in basic mode.
Any user with any role can change the language on a client.
Can query an external OpenLDAP server for authentication.
Disable and enable user account.
Menu item Personalize was renamed to Preferences.
Statistics of the number of changes per day per user.
Crashes in the SWORD library no longer take the whole Cloud instance down.
The Cloud no longer installs a SWORD module that is already installed.
Fixed: Client failed to cancel the last resource it was installing locally.
Fixed: Cloud may enter nearly infinite SWORD module installation loop.
All Bible editors save much faster.
The page for send and receive displays the status.
USFM \b now works correctly in the visual verse editor.
Webserver on Windows handles requests in parallel rather than in sequence.
Better caret positioning in the visual verse editor.
Image resources spanning multiple verses do not reload.
Fixed: Client did not use installed SWORD resources.
The embedded web view resizes when the main window gets resized in the macOS app.
New visual chapter editor.
Alt keybindings now work well in Firefox.
Static chapter preview pane.
Safer limits on the cache size in the Cloud.
Easier consistency check.
Displays resources from BibleGateway.
Detect and mitigate brute force attacks.
RSS feed for changes in the Bible texts.
The p style is left aligned by default rather than justified.
Clearer labels for left align and for right align.
Improved indentation of the editable verse in the visual verse editor.
Improved network error reporting on Windows.
New improved visual verse editor.
Cannot remove the verse number in the visual verse editor.
Gives feedback on operations on the workspaces.
Paste plain text in the new visual editors.
Fixed: Crash on saving Hebrew in the visual verse editors.
The mechanical checks take better notice of the allowed punctuation.
More context sensitive paragraph capital and punctuation check.
Fixed: Clicking a note adds duplicate passage history.
Fixed: Clicking in poetry at times goes to verse 0.
Cannot apply a character style to a verse number.
Additional versification systems.
Fixed: Cannot apply style to a partially selected word in the new visual editors on touch screens.
Hover over a link in a lexicon to see the definition.
Bibledit Linux has an integrated browser.
Embedded styles work in the new visual editors.
RSS feed contains date and time stamp.
Fixed: Linux app cannot undo and redo.
Fixed: Moving journal link on send/receive page.
Flags a space at the end of a verse.
Bibledit for Android can be installed on the SD card.
Bibledit for Linux remembers window state.
Bibledit for Linux has a launcher.
A client lists selected resources first in the resource settings.
Improved support for USFM 3.0.
1 January 2015
Partial port of Bibledit-Web.