Release Notes: Preliminary support for BibTeX. Configurable output styles (albeit cumbersome and quite primitive). New cite commands citep, citet, and citealt; and the reference command prettyref, have been added. There are a couple of new math commands: \ldots and \qquad.
Release Notes: Various fixes related to Windows integration. Documented integration with LyX in the user guide.
Release Notes: Units without the magnitude (the number) are working. Complex roots are now working, and were added to the math showcase. The whole infrastructure for formula parsing was changed. More structured parsing should now be possible, e.g. square brackets are first-class citizens. Basic typography was redone: the default font is now sans-serif, which looks better on your average browser. Formulas have a bit more space around them. The complete symbol list was imported from the unicodesymbols file in LyX.
Release Notes: A lot of new LaTeX commands were added, both for Unicode symbols and for math functions. A new mechanism was added to include new lists of "command:Unicode" equivalents. A new decoration command, \overrightarrow, was added to show a long arrow above some text. A bug in which the --directory option was not working was solved. A new test for this option was added.
Release Notes: This release adds new characters: a German dash separator, a few arrows, and horizontal ellipsis. It has automatic insertion of release date in the changelog upon version release. New formula commands: phantom text (for spacing) and mbox (literal text). Two bugs in URLs have been fixed: FlexURLs point to the link in their contents, and “mailto:” is not shown in email links. Date layouts are properly displayed as <h2>. There is cross-platform support for newlines. Besides the Unix \n, this release supports Windows (\r\n) and Mac OS X (\r) newlines.
Release Notes: * Show sum and integral limits correctly in Konqueror, Safari and Chrome. * Also show roots and arrays correctly in those browsers. Larger radical symbol looks better. * Added Math Showcase to test on browsershots.org. * Substituted medium mathematical spaces with midspaces for better browser compatibility. * Added --unicode option to switch on full Unicode output; right now only re-adds medium mathematical spaces. * Included all Greek letters, upper and lower case; and common math symbols. * Make title from command line option prevail over PDF title. ...
Release Notes: Numbering and appearance of subfloats were corrected. Plain layouts are not reflected in HTML output. Unified table parsing is used, and table starts were moved to the configuration file. Unicode output is used in debug and error messages. Automated testing now shows a unified diff to show that the file that doesn't pass the tests. UTF-8 output was corrected. Floats with tables are now displayed properly aligned, and on a white background. A warning is shown when a document is created with LyX 1.4.x. \newpage is transformed to an empty paragraph. Other changes were made.
Release Notes: The user guide was modified to explain the --html option. A few bugs that manifested when exporting to HTML 4.0 with --html were solved. More configurable containers were added, such as quote types, barred text, boxes, and info insets. Standard layouts can now be translated to <div> or to <span>, depending on the context. Command endings can be deduced from starts in the configuration file. A bunch of new math symbols were added, including nu and angle brackets. Big brackets of several types were generalized. Equation numbering is now working. Unknown commands are shown in red: \Game.
Release Notes: The --html command line option was added to export to HTML 4.0. Container endings are now configurable from the main configuration file. Styles can be mixed and matched at will (like typewriter bold in blue). All constant strings (such as "Table of contents") should now be configurable. A few more colors were added: green, magenta, cyan, yellow, white.
Release Notes: A --version command line option was added for showing the current version number and date. Release date is now automatically added to the configuration. Preliminary support for inset boxes was added along with support for numbered listings, a <meta> tag for Content-Type, to ease importing into word processors, and automated version generation that takes the version number and date from config and updates the current version in the main page.