XLingPaper

XLingPaper with the XMLmind XML Editor version 7.4

As noted in a previous post, large documents could take a long time to load with version 7.2 (and 7.3) of the XMLmind XML Editor. There is good news: the recently released version 7.4 of the XMLmind XML Editor has greatly improved the load time for large documents. While… Read More

New website, XXE 7, New Versions Released

First, XLingPaper has a new website at http://software.sil.org/xlingpaper. Feel free to check it out. We will keep the old website up for at least another couple of months. Second, some have noticed that XMLmind has a new version (7+) that allows for a Personal Edition License again. It turns… Read More

XLingPaper with the XMLmind XML Editor version 7.3+

Beginning with version 7 of the XMLmind XML Editor (aka XXE), XMLmind is offering their Personal Use License again (they ceased doing so after version 5.3). While this is good news, there are some definite changes and incompatibilities between version 5.3 and the current version (7.3). Here are the main… Read More

Version 2.29.0 Released

XLingPaper version 2.29.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Allow publisher style sheet to control whether or not sections within appendices should be included in contents. Allow content control for appendixRef,… Read More

Version 2.28.0 Released

XLingPaper version 2.28.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. (Mac users: please do not upgrade to El Capitan yet. We are working on a solution for why it does not work correctly with XLingPaper.) This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The… Read More

Version 2.27.0 Released

XLingPaper version 2.27.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Allow abbrRef elements wherever “embedded” elements can go, not just… Read More

Writing Presentations in XLingPaper

An XLingPaper user has written an interesting blog post on how he has used XLingPaper’s content control mechanism to make it easier to write a single document and use it for a paper, a handout, and slides (and also for notes for the talk). See https://atoznback.wordpress.com/2015/04/09/writing-presentations-in-xlingpaper/. Read More

Version 2.26.0 Released

XLingPaper version 2.26.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Add ability to copy a table from a Word, Excel,… Read More

Version 2.25.0 Released

XLingPaper version 2.25.0 is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Add a command to convert a paper to a chapter… Read More

Version 2.24.0 Released

This new version of XLingPaper has a number of improvements and bug fixes. The main highlights are: Allow a tablenumbered element to contain an image file (which, presumably, will be of a table). Add ability to have a book contain a collection of papers (each paper… Read More

Version 2.23.0 Released

The main highlights are: Improved publisher style sheet capabilities to handle new things like those required by UNDSIL theses and other publishers, including an “author over date” references style. For reference items for which there is no known author, add a way to show the title in the author position. Read More

Version 2.21.0 Released

The main highlights are: Add ability to publisher style sheets to control the indent for any second and following interlinear line groups and to control the vertical space between any second and following interlinear line groups. Add ability to control the column widths used in any automatically generated table of… Read More

445 Page Grammar Book Produced via XLingPaper Published

Uppsala Universitet has recently published The Gilaki Language, a 445 page book. This is an English translation and expansion of the original work Giljanskij jazyk by V.S. Rastorgueva, A.A. Kerimova, A.K. Mamedzade, L.A. Pireiko, and D.I. Edel’man. Ron Lockwood used XLingPaper to do a complete edit and reformatting of it. Read More

Version 2.20.0 Released

The main highlights are: Add ability to produce an EBook in EPUB format (requires installing Calibre). See section 11.43 “Produce an EBook in EPUB Format” in the User Documentation. Add capability to “frame” a portion of content, including margins and background color. (Uses framedUnit and… Read More

Version 2.19.0 Released

The main highlights are: Add command to convert selected text to a langData element. See section 11.41 “Convert selected text to langData” in the User Documentation. Add command to convert selected text to a gloss element. See section 11.42 “Convert selected text to gloss” in the User Documentation. Read More

Version 2.18.0 Released

The main highlights are: Improved the default PDF output: added a way to hyphenate based on the language of the document. See section 11.39 “Get the default PDF output to hyphenate for a non-English language” in the User Documentation. Note that this requires you to use the XeLaTeX Update… Read More

Version 2.17.0 Released

The main highlights are: Added a way to quickly increase the size of tables, whether that table was newly added or already exists. See section 6.1.1 “Increase Table Size” in the User Documentation. Made a way to have interlinears automatically wrap in the default PDF output. See section… Read More

Version 2.16.0 Released

The main highlights are: Added documentation for publisher style sheets. Floats: changed the implementation of the location attribute when it is set to “here”: the float will not be implemented as a true float. It will appear here in the flow. The recent changes are: 2.16.0 26 April 2011 Added… Read More

Version 2.15.0 Released

On March 23, 2011 version 2.15.0 of XLingPaper was released. It works with Windows, Mac, and Linux. The main highlights are: Added a web page output that pays attention to an associated publisher style sheet (as much as it can; e.g. there are no page headers or footers since web… Read More