Ted is a text processor running under X on Unix/Linux systems, with the ability to edit rich text documents on Unix/Linux in a WYSIWYG way. It also converts RTF to PostScript and PDF. RTF files from Ted are fully compatible with MS Word.
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Release Notes: This release finishes the numbered lists. All tools have a 'Close' button now. The configurable resources mechanism now works without X11 for command line calls. There is preliminary support for 'shapes', the newer Word figures mechanism. There is support for the Euro sign if the font supports it. With some configuration, Ted can now use most fonts configured in GhostScript. It uses more CSS and fewer tables in HTML. Many annoying bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Very thorough testing was done, which resulted in many bugfixes. Many fixes were made to support Central European and Greek text. The ability to integrate with GhostScript fonts was added. fonts can be embedded in a printout. More translations were made.
Release Notes: This release adds initial support for Macintosh pict images, Table Headers, and a fix for a bug in image rendering on 256 color screens, Tabs in page headers/footers are finally saved in such a way that they are picked up by MS Word 2000.
Release Notes: There are options for making much more compact PostScript when a document is printed. Support for smallcaps has been added. The pdfmarks have been updated to a version that more recent versions of acroread support. The print dialog is usable when there is a huge number of printers. A partial implementation of rowspan/colspan of table cells has been added.
Release Notes: The GTK version is now more mature and even usable. The source was adapted to GTK 2.0. Solid shading of paragraphs and table cells, colored table cell borders, and text colors are now possible. The GTK version uses X11 resources for configuration, like the Motif version.