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Syncro Soft Announces a New Release (Version 19.1) of the Oxygen XML Editor Suite of Products

Monday, October 02, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Syncro Soft, the developer of the Oxygen XML suite of products, is proud to announce the immediate availability of version 19.1 of its industry leading XML editing suite of products, Oxygen XML Editor, Author, Developer, Web Author, WebHelp, as well as the new Oxygen PDF Chemistry.

Version 19.1 brings you a variety of new features and improvements that focus on productivity, performance, efficiency, and simplicity.

New Features and Improvements in Oxygen XML Editor include:

* A new Components tab has been added to the DITA Reusable Components view that provides a very quick and simple way to insert reusable components in your documents.

* Various DITA validation improvements were made, such as detecting table structure problems or duplicate key definitions.

* You can now float images to the left or right side of your DITA topics in PDF and XHTML output.

* More enhancements to the Smart Paste mechanism to convert certain text fragment styling to appropriate code fragments.

* Our new product Oxygen PDF Chemistry allows you to obtain PDF output from HTML or XML documents simply by styling them with CSS. Oxygen PDF Chemistry is bundled in the Oxygen XML Editor distribution, but it can also be used from a command line interface script.

* Various components in the WebHelp Responsive system were enhanced to make it easier for the end user to navigate through your documentation.

* The file comparison tool now allows you to display the files in a visual Author mode.

* Numerous productivity improvements for XSLT, XQuery, and Schematron development, as well as XInclude 1.1 support.

* Oxygen has been tested and supports the latest Mac operating system: OS X High Sierra (10.13).

* The Tools menu now includes a useful and simple tool for converting a JSON document to XML.

Oxygen XML Web Author provides an innovative web-based structured authoring tool. Its powerful technology and adaptive interface allows you to review, contribute, and edit content from anywhere that you can access a browser, on desktops, tablets, or mobile devices.

New Features added in Oxygen XML Web Author version 19.1 include:

* An Image Map Editor has been implemented and it allows you to add links from specific areas of an image to corresponding topics or other resources.

* Along with existing support for GitHub, Web Author can now be integrated with Bitbucket or GitLab repositories.

* To improve loading performance, large images are automatically scaled down before loading them in Oxygen XML Web Author.

* You can now accept or reject multiple tracked changes at once, or all tracked changes in a document at once. You also now have the ability to force the Track Changes feature to always be enabled.

* An Oxygen XML Web Author Customization Guide is now available online to help integrators or system admins who are looking for information about integrating and customizing Oxygen XML Web Author.

There are also various other improvements to make your authoring, collaborating, and reviewing experience more efficient, accurate, and productive.

As usual, this release of Oxygen also contains numerous new API and component updates.

For the complete list of new features and detailed information, please visit
http://www.oxygenxml.com/index.html#new-version

Oxygen 19.1 can be freely evaluated for 30 days from
http://www.oxygenxml.com/download.html

Oxygen XML Web Author can also be tested online at
https://www.oxygenxml.com/webapp-demo-aws/app/oxygen.html

 

 

 

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