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<li><b>iWorks Pages (PAGES):</b> Pages is Apple&rsquo;s word processing software, which also provides many DTP features. A native importfilter has been developed to import files created with Pages &rsquo;08 and later versions.</li>
<li><b>Krita (KRA):</b> This is the native format of the digital painting program Krita.</li>
<li><b>Macromedia FreeHand (FH*):</b> An experimental import filter using <a href="https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/DLP/Libraries/libfreehand">libfreehand</a> has been added.</li>
<li><b>A filter for text files using Markdown as a formatting language has been added.</li>
<li><b>Markdown: </b>A filter for text files using Markdown as a formatting language has been added.</li>
<li><b>Micrografx Draw (DRW):</b> This is the file format of the once popular Micrografx Draw graphics software for Windows 3 and 95. Since many vector collections using this format are still around, an import filter has been written.</li>
<li><b>Microsoft Publisher (PUB):</b> An importer for PUB files has been made possible by the creation of <a href="https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/DLP/Libraries/libmspub">libmspub</a>, wich is also used for Publisher import into LibreOffice. It is supposed to import all Publisher versions.</li>
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<li><b>Context-sensitive Palette:</b> The Properties Palette has become a bit hard to use, due its many added functions. As as of version 1.5.6 all item-type-specific options have been removed from the PP. They are now available in a separate palette that will change its apperance depending on the kind of object you have selected.</li>
<li><b>Menu bar:</b> The menu bar has been restructured and now takes less screen estate, as well as being much more clearly arranged.</li>
<li><b>Context menu:</b> The context menu has been redesigned and is now much smaller.</li>
<li><b>Visual feedback for rejected fonts:<b> As of version 1.5.6, you don't need to start Scribus from the command line to see which fonts where rejected by Scribus. In the font manager you'll find a new tab called "Rejected Fonts", which list all of them (if any).</li>
<li><b>Visual feedback for rejected fonts:</b> As of version 1.5.6, you don't need to start Scribus from the command line to see which fonts where rejected by Scribus. In the font manager you'll find a new tab called "Rejected Fonts", which list all of them (if any).</li>
<li><b>Tooltips in font selectors:</b> In a font selector you can hover with the mouse over a listed font to learn its name. This is helpful for symbol fonts.</b>
</ul>
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/trunk/Scribus/doc/en/readme.html
218,7 → 218,7
<li><b>iWorks Pages (PAGES):</b> Pages is Apple&rsquo;s word processing software, which also provides many DTP features. A native importfilter has been developed to import files created with Pages &rsquo;08 and later versions.</li>
<li><b>Krita (KRA):</b> This is the native format of the digital painting program Krita.</li>
<li><b>Macromedia FreeHand (FH*):</b> An experimental import filter using <a href="https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/DLP/Libraries/libfreehand">libfreehand</a> has been added.</li>
<li><b>A filter for text files using Markdown as a formatting language has been added.</li>
<li><b>Markdown: </b>A filter for text files using Markdown as a formatting language has been added.</li>
<li><b>Micrografx Draw (DRW):</b> This is the file format of the once popular Micrografx Draw graphics software for Windows 3 and 95. Since many vector collections using this format are still around, an import filter has been written.</li>
<li><b>Microsoft Publisher (PUB):</b> An importer for PUB files has been made possible by the creation of <a href="https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/DLP/Libraries/libmspub">libmspub</a>, wich is also used for Publisher import into LibreOffice. It is supposed to import all Publisher versions.</li>
</ul>
302,7 → 302,7
<li><b>Context-sensitive Palette:</b> The Properties Palette has become a bit hard to use, due its many added functions. As as of version 1.5.6 all item-type-specific options have been removed from the PP. They are now available in a separate palette that will change its apperance depending on the kind of object you have selected.</li>
<li><b>Menu bar:</b> The menu bar has been restructured and now takes less screen estate, as well as being much more clearly arranged.</li>
<li><b>Context menu:</b> The context menu has been redesigned and is now much smaller.</li>
<li><b>Visual feedback for rejected fonts:<b> As of version 1.5.6, you don't need to start Scribus from the command line to see which fonts where rejected by Scribus. In the font manager you'll find a new tab called "Rejected Fonts", which list all of them (if any).</li>
<li><b>Visual feedback for rejected fonts:</b> As of version 1.5.6, you don't need to start Scribus from the command line to see which fonts where rejected by Scribus. In the font manager you'll find a new tab called "Rejected Fonts", which list all of them (if any).</li>
<li><b>Tooltips in font selectors:</b> In a font selector you can hover with the mouse over a listed font to learn its name. This is helpful for symbol fonts.</b>
</ul>
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