[OS X TeX] [ANN] BibDesk 0.97.7 is now available

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Tue Jan 25 10:39:19 EST 2005

The BibDesk team is pleased to announce that version 0.97.7 is now 
available from http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/.  Please update 
immediately, as this release fixes numerous bugs (and probably 
introduces some new ones).  Complete release notes follow.

*** Important note ***
If you used the %{FieldName} cite key format in previous versions, you 
will need to modify your preferences to use the new %f{FieldName} 
format.  See the online help for further details.

Changes since 0.97.6

New Features
   •  Warn user when a format string is invalid at launch time
   •  Change format specifier for arbitrary field to %f{FieldName}
   •  Add %T specifier for title with number of words
   •  New preference to prevent writing the template file comments out 
when saving
   •  Added optional background check for available updates when BibDesk 
is launched

   •  Can once again save newly created bib files (bug #1108583)
   •  Changing the cite key now sets the "date modified" field 
appropriately (bug #1107534)
   •  AppleScript should work again (bug #1106377)
   •  It is once again possible to save a file after opening from the 
File->Open (bug #1102270)
   •  Deleting entries no longer throws an exception and should work 
properly (bug #1104637)
   •  Autocompletion in the editor now works if you are using the new 
   •  Fixed format warning messages for possible %-characters.
   •  Use only English for month in date.
   •  Correct bounds for unique number format.
   •  Unicode parser now handles arbitrarily deep nested braces, and 
error checking should give fewer false alarms
   •  Can use backspace/delete to delete pubs from the main table again

Changes since 0.97.5
   •  Should no longer crash after quitting the app and choosing to save 
   •  Can create and save new documents once again (bug #1102270)

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