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New version of LingTree: version 1.2.4

Version 1.2.4 of LingTree is now available. It has one fix: Sometimes when copying data from some versions of MS Word, the resulting LingTree file could not be loaded again.  (The string passed to the clipboard from Word had a null character at the end and this caused the LingTree… Read More

New version of LingTree: version 1.2.2

Version 1.2.2 of LingTree is now available.  It fixes two bugs for the case where the tree description has a left wedge (<) or a right wedge (>) in it: Migrating from an old version of LingTree could crash the new LingTree. The SVG output produced by the new LingTree… Read More

New version of LingTree: version 1.0.0

This new, completely re-written version of LingTree runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems. It has the same functionality as the older, Windows-only version with the exception that it saves the tree diagram in only two graphic formats: PNG and/or SVG. (The user documentation mentions how one… Read More

New version of LingTree: version 0.7.5

This version fixes a bug: when storing font sizes (for non-terminal, lexical, and gloss fonts), the value was stored as a floating point number (e.g., 14.25), but LingTree was reading it back in as an integer. This caused an error message to be displayed and also failed to use the… Read More

New version of LingTree: version 0.7.4

This version fixes a bug: The check box for the “Show ‘flat’ view of lexical and gloss items” parameter option is not retained in the configuration file so that the option is not set when coming back into the software. Read More