ASP support is now available (including the File Manager connector).
PHP support is now available (including the File Manager connector).
[SF Feature-1063217] The new advanced Style command is available in the toolbar: full preview, context sensitive, style definitions are loaded from a XML file (see documentation for more instructions).
The Font Format, Font Name and Font Size toolbar command now show a preview of the available options.
The new Find and Replace features has been introduced.
A new Plug-in system has been developed. Now it is quite easy to customize the editor to your needs. (Take a look at the html/sample06.html file).
The editor now handles HTML entities in the right way (XHTML support must be set to "true"). It handles all entities defined in the W3C XHTML DTD file.
A new "_docs" folder has been introduced for the documentation. It is not yet complete, but I hope the community will help us to fill it better.
It is now possible (even if it is not recommended by the W3C) to force the use of simple ampersands (&) on attributes (like the links href) instead of its entity &. Just set FCKConfig.ForceSimpleAmpersand = true in the configuration file.
[SF Feature-1026866] The "EditorAreaCSS" configuration option has been introduced. In this way you can set the CSS to use in the editor (editable area).
The editing area is not anymore clipped if the toolbar is too large and exceeds the window width.
[SF BUG-1064902] [SF BUG-1033933] The editor interface is now completely localizable. The version ships with 19 languages including: Arabic, Bosnian, Catalan, English, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Greek, Hebrew, Croatian, Italian, Korean, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Serbian (Cyrillic), Serbian (Latin) and Swedish.
[SF BUG-1027858] Firefox 1.0 PR introduced a bug that made the editor stop working on it. A workaround has been developed to fix the problem.
There was a positioning problem over IE with the color panel. It has been corrected.
[SF BUG-1065973] [SF BUG-999792] The editor now handles relative URLs in IE. In effect IE transform all relative URLs to absolute links, pointing to the site the editor is running. So now the editor removes the protocol and host part of the link if it matches the running server.