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The iframe editor dialog boxXMLmind XML Editor v8.2.1 (December 07, 2018):
  • Several minor enhancements and bug fixes.
  • Updated most software components.
  • Now officially supported on Java™ 11 platforms and on macOS Mojave (10.14).
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.3.1 (November 29, 2018): Some minor enhancements. Updated some software components. Now officially supported on Java™ 11 platforms and on macOS Mojave (10.14).
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.3.1 (November 29, 2018): Some minor enhancements. Updated some software components. Now officially supported on Java™ 11 platforms and on macOS Mojave (10.14).
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v6 (October 29, 2018): Highlights:
  • Extension attribute xfc:label-format has been enhanced to support multi-level numbering (e.g. "1.A.a.") in fo:list-blocks.
  • New extension attribute xfc:render-as-table may be used as a quick and easy workaround for one of the most annoying limitations of XFC: the very poor rendering of fo:block “divisions” having borders and/or background colors (e.g. complex notes, admonitions, sidebars).
  • Modified the DocBook, DITA and XHTML XSL stylesheets so they use these new extension attributes.
  • All XFC extension attributes are introduced in new article "How to adapt your existing XSLT stylesheet to the specificities of XMLmind XSL-FO Converter".
  • Updated all software components (FOP, Batik, Saxon, ditac, etc) in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
  • A few bug fixes, most of them related to the DOCX output format.
  • Now officially supported on Java™ 11 platforms and on macOS Mojave (10.14).
XMLmind Word To XML v1.5.1 (August 31, 2018): Some minor enhancements and bug fixes.
New toolbar buttonsXMLmind XML Editor v8.2 (August 27, 2018): Highlights:
  • Enhanced DITA, DocBook and XHTML toolbars.
  • New Lightweight DITA (AKA LwDITA) configuration, installed by default, may be used to create XDITA (very small subset of DITA XML, plus new audio and video elements) maps and topics.
  • Upgraded XMLmind DITA Converter to version 3.3 which fully supports Lightweight DITA (AKA LwDITA), whether XDITA, HDITA (topics and maps written in HTML5) or MDITA Extended Profile (topics and maps written in Markdown).
  • Upgraded XMLmind Ebook Compiler to version 1.3 which, in addition to HTML, supports pages written in Markdown.
  • Updated several other software components (e.g. Apache FOP) used to implement XMLmind XML Editor.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.3 (August 21, 2018): Highlights:
  • Full Lightweight DITA (AKA LwDITA) support, whether XDITA (very small subset of DITA XML, plus new audio and video elements), HDITA (topics and maps written in HTML5) or MDITA Extended Profile (topics and maps written in Markdown).
  • In addition to syntax highlighting, ditac can now add line numbers and expand tabs in any element specializing pre.
  • Distribution ditac-N_N_N-plus-fop.zip now contains Apache FOP 2.3 (including hyphenation and MathML support).
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.3 (August 21, 2018): Highlights:
  • In addition to HTML, an ebook page may now be written in Markdown, with many “Markdown dialects” and many Markdown syntax extensions being supported (this is configurable).
  • In a <pre class="role-listing-XXX">, tab characters are now expanded by default to up to 8 space characters.
  • Distribution ebookc-N_N_N-plus-fop.zip now contains Apache FOP 2.3 (including hyphenation and MathML support).
The Edit toolXMLmind XML Editor v8.1 (May 22, 2018): Highlights:
  • XMLmind XML Editor, which passed all non-regression tests, is now officially supported on Java™ 10 platforms.
  • Several minor yet useful enhancements, for example, a more powerful and more flexible Edit tool.
  • Several bug fixes.
  • Updated almost all the software components (e.g. Saxon) used to implement XMLmind XML Editor.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2.5 (May 18, 2018): Tested against Java™ 10. Minor bug fix. Updated software components.
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.2.0 (May 05, 2018):
The w2x-app desktop application v1.5XMLmind Word To XML v1.5.0 (April 25, 2018):
  • Several enhancements and bug fixes mostly related to the support of East Asian languages.
  • XMLmind Word To XML, which passed all non-regression tests, is now officially supported on Java™ 10 platforms.
XMLmind XSL UtilityXMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.5 (March 27, 2018): Highlights:
  • XMLmind XSL-FO Converter, which passed all non-regression tests, is now officially supported on Java™ 9 platforms.
  • New fo2docx options may be used to suppress the "[Compatibility Mode]" text appearing in the title bar of MS-Word 2013 and 2016 and also to generate "Strict Open XML" DOCX files.
  • XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server's controlapp: changed the technology used to implement the context-sensitive online help from obsolete JavaHelp to a dedicated, embedded Web browser displaying Web Help.
  • Updated several software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
  • Minor bug fixes in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2.4 (March 23, 2018): Important bug fix; please upgrade. Upgrading XMLmind Web Help Compiler (whc for short) to version 2.1.1 introduced a bug in the layout of the generated Web Help. This bug was visible on most Web browsers but not on Firefox. This bug is fixed in whc v2.1.2 which is included in ditac v3.2.4.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2.3 (March 19, 2018): Updated software components Saxon and XMLmind Web Help Compiler.
New "structured" tool bar when a DITA bookmap is being editedXMLmind XML Editor v8 (March 05, 2018): Best XMLmind XML Editor version ever. Upgrade strongly recommended.
  • Replaced both the main tool bar and the configuration specific tool bar (e.g. the DITA tool bar) by a single, “structured”, tool bar having two button rows.
  • New "Find and Replace Element" facility.
  • Full support of HTML 5.2.
  • Improved "Edit Image Map" dialog box.
  • Nicer rendering of the GUI when running Windows Java™ 9 on a HiDPI screen.
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.1.0 (February 27, 2018): Now fully supports HTML 5.2. Updated software components Saxon and XMLmind Web Help Compiler.
XMLmind Word To XML v1.4 (December 18, 2017): Highlights:
  • Several enhancements related to the Web Help, EPUB and semantic XHTML formats.
  • Changed the technology used to implement the context-sensitive online help of w2x-app from obsolete JavaHelp to a dedicated, embedded Web browser displaying Web Help.
  • XMLmind Word To XML, which passed all non-regression tests, is now officially supported on Java™ 9 platforms.
Context-sensitive online help window (running on Linux)XMLmind XML Editor v7.6 (December 12, 2017): Highlights:
  • XMLmind XML Editor, which passed all non-regression tests, is now officially supported on Java™ 9 platforms.

    Getting XXE to compile cleanly and to run flawlessly using a Java 9 runtime required making a substantial number of minor changes to the code base. For example, some changes were needed in order to adapt XXE to Java 9 native HiDPI support on Windows and Linux.

  • Changed the technology used to implement the context-sensitive online help from obsolete JavaHelp to a dedicated, embedded Web browser displaying Web Help.
  • Updated many software components (e.g. ditac, ebookc, whc, XFC, w2x). Several minor yet useful enhancements. A few bug fixes too.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2.2 (December 08, 2017): Highlights:
  • Some minor internal changes were needed to support new Java™ 9.
  • Thanks to new XMLmind Web Help Compiler v2.2, which uses window.sessionStorage rather than cookies, ditac now generates more efficient and more reliable Web Helps.
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.0.2 (December 08, 2017): Highlights:
  • Some minor internal changes were needed to support new Java™ 9.
  • Thanks to new XMLmind Web Help Compiler v2.2, which uses window.sessionStorage rather than cookies, ebookc now generates more efficient and more reliable Web Helps.
XMLmind Word To XML v1.3 (November 08, 2017): Now available as a macOS X native .dmg distribution including a private Java™ 1.8.0_152 runtime. Many enhancements and bug fixes.
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.6 (October 23, 2017): Highlights:
  • XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server can now be used to convert DocBook v5.1 assemblies to PDF, RTF, WML, DOCX and ODT.
  • Updated some software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2.1 (October 20, 2017): A few minor enhancements and bug fixes.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.2 (September 18, 2017): A number of enhancements to all XHTML based output formats, including a new Web Help layout called "simple".
Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler v1.0.1 (September 18, 2017): A few minor enhancements.
An ebook specification opened in XMLmind XML EditorXMLmind XML Editor v7.5 (September 07, 2017): XMLmind XHTML Editor and of course its superset XMLmind XML Editor, can now be used to turn a set of HTML pages into a self-contained ebook (EPUB, Web Help , PDF, DOCX, etc).

This new function leverages a new, free, open source software component called XMLmind Ebook Compiler (ebookc for short). Ebookc is an authoring tool nearly as powerful as DITA or DocBook, but being based on HTML and on CSS, it is much easier to learn, use and customize.

Version 7.5 also features a few minor enhancements —mainly a new layout for the generated Web Help— and bug fixes.

XMLmind Ebook CompilerNew Open Source XMLmind Ebook Compiler (August 31, 2017): XMLmind Ebook Compiler (ebookc for short) is a tool which can turn a set of HTML pages into a self-contained ebook. Supported output formats are: EPUB, Web Help, PDF, RTF, WML, DOCX (MS-Word) and ODT (OpenOffice/LibreOffice).

Ebookc features: topic-oriented; automatic TOC; automatic “back-of-the-book index”; automatic cross-references; automatic numbering of sections, tables and figures; footnotes; conditional processing; built-in XInclude. Ebookc uses CSS to create nicely formatted books and this, even for output formats like PDF and DOCX.

All in all, ebookc is an authoring tool nearly as powerful as DITA or DocBook, but being based on HTML and on CSS, it is much easier to learn, use and customize. More ğ

Forthcoming XMLmind XHTML Editor v7.5 (or its superset, XMLmind XML Editor) will have out of the box, extensive support for creating an ebook specification and its source HTML pages and for converting an ebook specification to a number of output formats. XMLmind XHTML Editor Personal Edition is free to use by many persons and organizations.

Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1.5 (August 21, 2017): A few minor enhancements and bug fixes.
XMLmind XML Editor v7.4.1 (June 22, 2017): Several minor enhancements and bug fixes. Updated many software components. Changed "Licensor" from "Pixware SARL" to "XMLmind Software" in all licenses.
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.5 (June 21, 2017): Updated some software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server. Changed "Licensor" from "Pixware SARL" to "XMLmind Software" in all licenses.
XMLmind Word To XML v1.2.3 (June 20, 2017): Minor enhancements and bug fixes. One of the bug fixes is important; please upgrade. Changed "Licensor" from "Pixware SARL" to "XMLmind Software" in all licenses.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1.4 (June 10, 2017): Updated software components. Enhancements and bug fixes related to the Web Help output. Changed "Licensor" from "Pixware SARL" to "XMLmind Software" in all licenses.
June 01, 2017: The XML Products Division of Pixware SARL becomes a company of its own called "XMLmind Software". This changes nothing at all for the customers of XMLmind products: same licences, same product and maintenance prices, same support, same software engineers.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1.3 (April 27, 2017): Better support of DITA documents written in a CJK language. Makes it easy generating a Web Help using a JQueryUI custom theme created using the ThemeRoller.
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.4 (April 26, 2017): Minor enhancements and bug fixes in XMLmind XSL-FO Converter engine. Updated some software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
XMLmind Word To XML v1.2.2 (April 14, 2017): A few minor enhancements. Several bug fixes, some of them important; please upgrade.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1.2 (March 30, 2017): A few minor enhancements and bug fixes.
The "Edit Image Map" dialog boxXMLmind XML Editor v7.4 (March 29, 2017): Highlights:
  • You may now easily add image maps to your XHTML, DITA and DocBook documents. New, advanced image map editor may be used to add “hot areas” to your image. YouTube demo.
  • XHTML iframe element is now rendered by embedding a Web browser in the styled view.
  • Updated several software components. A number of bug fixes too.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1.1 (March 13, 2017): Enhancements related to the support of the imagemap element. Minor bug fixes. Updated software components.
New "Edit or Add Relationship" dialog boxXMLmind XML Editor v7.3 (January 06, 2017): Fully supports DocBook 5.1 —now an OASIS standardout of the box.

DocBook 5.1 assemblies are processed using free, open source, XMLmind Assembly Processor v1.0. Version 1.0 is the first version to fully support processing DocBook 5.1 assemblies. This includes XInclude 1.1, DocBook Transclusion and assembly features such as relationships and transforms .

Open Source XMLmind Assembly Processor v1.0 (December 22, 2016): Version 1.0 is the first version to fully support processing DocBook 5.1 assemblies. This includes XInclude 1.1, DocBook Transclusion and assembly features such as relationships and transforms. More info.
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.3 (December 05, 2016): Highlights:
  • XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server can now convert DITA 1.3 (Technical Content) documents.
  • ODT files generated by XMLmind XSL-FO Converter (Java™ Edition only) can now contain SVG graphics. In previous versions, SVG was automatically converted to PNG.
XMLmind Word To XML v1.2.1 (November 24, 2016): Substantial enhancements related to the conversion of images found in the DOCX file (TIFF, WMF, EMF, etc) to standard formats (SVG, PNG, JPEG). A bug fix related to the support of objects embedded in the DOCX file.
Two embedded media players, one for video and the other for audio, both having controlsXMLmind XML Editor v7.2 (November 10, 2016): Highlights:
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3.1 (November 07, 2016): Minor bug fixes. Updated software components: Saxon and XMLmind Web Help Compiler, which now leverages latest and greatest jQuery v3.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v3 (October 10, 2016): Now fully supports DITA 1.3 Technical Content.
September 12, 2016: New Quick Customization Service.
XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.2 (September 12, 2016): Updated several software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
XMLmind XML Editor v7.1 (August 22, 2016): Several minor yet very useful enhancements. Several bug fixes. New tutorial with screencast Creating a DITA bookmap.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6.2 (August 18, 2016): The EPUB 3.0 files generated by ditac are now compatible with EPUB 2.0 readers. Several other minor enhancements.
New \"Setup Assistant\" button in the w2x-app desktop applicationXMLmind Word To XML v1.2.0 (August 01, 2016): Highlights:
  • Desktop application w2x-app has now a setup assistant (AKA “wizard” style dialog box) making it quick and easy creating w2x option files.

    This new setup assistant has a screen which may be used to map MS-Word character and paragraph styles (e.g. p-CodeSample) to XML elements possibly having attributes (e.g. DITA pre outputclass="code-sample").

  • New “semantic” output formats:
    • Multi-page “semantic” XHTML 1.0 Strict, XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.1, XHTML 5;
    • Web Help containing “semantic” XHTML 1.0 Strict XHTML 1.0 Transitional, XHTML 1.1, XHTML 5;
    • EPUB 2 containing “semantic” XHTML 1.1.
  • MS-Word math (that is, OpenXML math) is now automatically converted to MathML.
XMLmind DITA Editor v7 Personal Edition running on Windows 10 (HiDPI screen).XMLmind XML Editor v7 (June 21, 2016):

XMLmind is happy to announce three new products: XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor, XMLmind XHTML Editor. These products are attractively priced, “special editions” of XMLmind XML Editor. Because they focus on a single class of documents, these specialized editors are slightly faster and simpler to use than XMLmind XML Editor. More information in "Which editor to choose?".

A Personal License is now available for XMLmind XML Editor, XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor and XMLmind XHTML Editor. This makes our four editors free to use by many persons and organizations. More information in "Which license to choose?".

The Personal Editions of XMLmind XML Editor, XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor and XMLmind XHTML Editor may be freely downloaded from this page.

This new version also has substantial enhancements and a number of bug fixes. All these enhancements aim to make our XML editors simpler and more straightforward to use.

Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6.1 (June 17, 2016): A minor enhancement and a couple of bug fixes.
XMLmind XSL Utility Evaluation Edition running on the Mac.XMLmind XSL-FO Converter v5.4.1 (April 21, 2016): Highlights:
DITA 1.3 new troubleshooting topic opened in XXE 6.7XMLmind XML Editor v6.7 (April 11, 2016): Highlights:
  • Partial DITA 1.3 support. (Full DITA 1.3 support is planned for year 2016.) More information in "XMLmind XML Editor - DITA Support".
  • Enhanced "DocBook v5.1 configuration (Release Candidate)" add-on.
  • Improved XInclude 1.1 support in DocBook v5 and v5.1 configurations.
  • Drag&drop of document tabs and tool tabs.
Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6 (April 8, 2016): Partial support for DITA 1.3, including support of RELAX NG schemas. More information in About DITA support in XMLmind DITA Converter. Full DITA 1.3 support is planned for year 2016.
Convert DOCX to Multi-page Styled HTMLXMLmind Word To XML v1.1.0 (March 15, 2016): It's now possible to convert a DOCX document to the following styled HTML formats: multi-page styled HTML, Web Help, EPUB 2.

In order to generate these new formats, we need to automatically split the source DOCX document into parts. A new part is created each time a paragraph having an outline level less than or equal to specified split-before-level parameter is found in the source. An outline level is an integer between 0 (e.g. style Heading 1) and 8 (e.g. style Heading 9). The default value of parameter split-before-level is 0, which means: for each Heading 1, create a new page starting with this Heading 1.

New free online conversion services: Convert DOCX to Multi-page Styled HTML, Convert DOCX to Web Help, Convert DOCX to EPUB.

Open Source XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.8 (February 22, 2016): A few bug fixes. Updated software components (Saxon, XMLmind Web Help Compiler). Tested ditac against new Apache FOP 2.1.
Open Source XMLmind Assembly Processor v0.9.4 (February 16, 2016): can now check the realized document for cross-reference errors, missing image resources, etc. This is done by passing new -check option to the assembly command-line. More info.
Open Source XMLmind Assembly Processor v0.9.3 (February 03, 2016): now includes XInclude 1.1 and DocBook Transclusion processors, which allows to create modular DocBook v5.1 documents without facing limitations. More info.
The "Customize CSS Stylesheet" dialog boxXMLmind XML Editor v6.6 (January 22, 2016): Highlights:
  • New "Options|Customize Configuration|Customize CSS Stylesheet" menu item may be selected to quickly and easily customize the CSS stylesheet used to render an XML document on screen. The dialog box displayed by this new menu item has an "Add Style for Selected Element" button which does not require the user to know CSS in order to customize the style of the element being selected.
  • Many other enhancements, most of them related to XHTML support and to the "Easy Profiling" add-on.

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