Archive for the Category: Kchmviewer

Kchmviewer version 4.0 beta 2 is released

Version 4.0 beta 2 of Kchmviewer has been released. This is mostly bugfix release, addressing a lot of bugs in handling problematic or even buggy CHM files. A couple of other bugs was fixed as well. A command-line option to search through table of contents (–stoc) has been added. The application could now be built on MS Windows, the binary […]

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Kchmviewer version 4.0 beta 1 is released

Version 4.0 beta 1 of Kchmviewer has been released. This is a completely new release which resulted in major code rewrite because the application was ported to Qt4. Firefox-style search panel was introduced. A lot of bugs fixed.

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Kchmviewer version 3.1 is released

Version 3.1 of Kchmviewer has been released. This is a bugfix release, no features added. Fixed locale and .desktop installation directory for Gentoo. Increased the speed of search engine indexing. Fixed the problem when kchmviewer is called from a browser with URL like file://. Fixed the unability to run the program when the last opened file does not […]

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Kchmviewer version 3.0 is released

Version 3.0 of Kchmviewer has been released. The most important improvement was a new search engine, which could correctly search in any language (including Asian  languages), and can search for symbols – so feel free searching for “new SWFActon()”</i> in PHP help. Added DCOP bindings for KDE version. Chm procesing code moved in a separate library and was rewritten resulted in […]

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Kchmviewer version 2.7 is released

Version 2.7 of Kchmviewer has been released. You can now switch between tabs using Alt+[1-9]. Now current window size and splitter position is also stored on exit – separately for each chm file. Kchmviewer should now work correctly on non-x86 platforms, including the codepage autodetection. TOC directory entries now could be opened/closed with double-click on the entry name/icon, not […]

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Kchmviewer version 2.6 is released

Version 2.6 of Kchmviewer has been released. Added the most requested feature – a right-click context menu in Contents, Search, Index and Favorites windows. Added shortcut help in context menus. Fixed compilation on gcc 4.x and on Zaurus/Debian. Fixed navigation buttons ‘What’s this’ messages. Also added a few translations – thanks to everybody who sent them!

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Kchmviewer version 2.5 is released

Version 2.5 of Kchmviewer has been released. Added the most wanted feature – support for tabbed browsing. You can now open pages in new tabs by using the appropriate items in right-click content menu, or by use Shift-click (open in new tab), and Ctrl-click (open in background tab) shortcuts. Added tooltips to show the whole string in content, index and search […]

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Kchmviewer version 2.0 is released

Version 2.0 of Kchmviewer has been released.  Added ‘locate in content window’ button to look up currently opened topic in the content window. Content tree parser made bullet-proof. Fixed showing images-only pages. In full screen mode the menu bar and status bar are now hidden. Added an application icon. Internal build scripts rewritten, fixing gcc 4.1 compilation, adding […]

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Kchmviewer version 1.3 is released

Version 1.3 of Kchmviewer has been released. Added Fullscreen mode (shortcut <F11>), and option to show/hide contents window (<F9>). Added possibility to view HTML source in external viewer/editor. Fixed error message when CHM file cannot be opened. File names containing non-English characters now open correctly.

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Kchmviewer version 1.2 is released

Version 1.2 of Kchmviewer has been released. Added ‘next page’ and ‘prev page’ buttons, and extra charset encodings for Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Ukrainian languages. Added possibility to choose UTF-8 and UTF-16 encodings. Added special KOI8 encoding for broken CHM files. Fixed language selection bug – application crashed when you select the last language in any submenu. ‘Set […]

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