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  •  13 May 2009 14:04
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    Release Notes: The defaults for applications running on Windows were fixed. This release also fixes bugs with running those programs.

    •  14 Jun 2007 02:29
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      Release Notes: An image rotation memory leak was fixed.

      •  20 Apr 2007 06:24
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        Release Notes: Jbum now uses the excellent Lightbox2 JavaScript library with the "polariodFlow" (the default) layout for popping up larger images.

        •  14 Jan 2007 02:38
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          Release Notes: The "Export PDF" feature was added.

          •  06 Oct 2006 21:50
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            Release Notes: This release adds a "Wooden Flow" layout, which adds a wooden frame around each picture. This was done mostly to show/see how easy it is to add new Templates into jbum.

            •  04 Oct 2006 08:30
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              Release Notes: The layout can now be expressed as pure JavaScript. So Jbum emits no HTML for layout of the Polariod-flow style, just a JavaScript program which builds HTML on the fly when run in a browser. This means that Jbum is now a program that creates programs.

              •  29 Sep 2006 07:40
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                Release Notes: Minor fixes were made to the layout "PolaroidFlow"'s handing of newlines, which was dumping "n" characters into comments where newlines were supposed to go. The initial page chooser was prettied up.

                •  25 Sep 2006 06:49
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                  Release Notes: "Polariod-Flow" is now the default Layout. "Polariod-Flow" is basically a JavaScript program which does the photo layout dynamically. Mostly this allows the number of rows and columns of the page to be determined dynamically based on the browser's size. It even correctly handles resizing of the browser.

                  •  23 Oct 2005 05:23
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                    Release Notes: The menu item called "File/Order images by exif date" was added. This takes your photos and arranges them by the date stored in the photo. This is handy when you use more than one digital camera on a trip or when multiple people use their cameras at a single event and you want to merge the results into one story.

                    •  19 May 2005 04:19
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                      Release Notes: The generated HTML's shutterfly form was changed to remove a reference to a "jockodog" user.

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