Release Notes: This release updates the fragment content textarea to be a markup editor using "markItUp!". Minus buttons were added to Related Tags to allow users to exclude the fragments with the specified tag from the selected fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds Tag View (Menu[Tag/Tags]), which replaces the existing Tag Tree. It provides three views of tags: "Tree", "Cloud", and "Flat". The useless title bar on the top of a page was removed in order to widen the content area.
Release Notes: This release updates Full Text Search to support tags as well as fragments, and adds omitted-relations marks (?...) to the normal fragment view and Document View. An omitted-relations mark allows you to know if a fragment has child fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds Public Document, which allows users to make their fragments open to the public with the "#public" tag. A fragment tagged with "#public" can be accessed via Document View without login. If a fragment is tagged with both "#public" and "#home", you can access it via http://<host-name>/public/ (Public Home).
Release Notes: This release adds Full Text Search, which is the most requested feature so far. The special tags ("trash", "home", "bookmark", etc) were renamed to: "#trash", "#home", "#bookmark", etc (adding the prefix '#'). Those tag names in an existing repository will be updated automatically when upgrading to this version.
Release Notes: This release adds Image Viewer, which allows users to view images in a pop-up window. It is especially useful if users have registered large-size images that are scaled down in the fragment view. A button was added to the fragment page for creating relations to the selected fragments.
Release Notes: This release adds Fragment Batch, which allows users to select multiple fragments and manipulate them as a group. You select fragments by clicking the checkbox at the top-right corner of each fragment.
Release Notes: This release adds Document View that provides users with an alternative view to knowledge fragments. Clicking the tool button (with a document icon) on the title bar of a fragment opens a document view window. Document View is a simple XHTML document that is generated from a specified fragment and its related fragments. The recently viewed fragments and tags on the sidebar were integrated into one "Recently Viewed" list.
Release Notes: This release adds one new feature: Quick Tag Access. Clicking the (tag icon) button on the right side of the main menu bar shows a pull-down tag tree that allows you to quickly jump to a tag page.
Release Notes: This release contains one important feature (Tag Input Assistance) and usability improvements. Tag Input Assistance provides users with a pulldown tag tree whenever they input tags.