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  •  24 Dec 2004 09:28
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    Release Notes: This release removes a cart bug, introduces personal task management (e.g. store references to be looked after), runs a bit faster and has a nice wintery appearance.

    •  28 Aug 2004 01:28
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      Release Notes: This release introduces the import (with preview and duplicate entries prevention) of BibTex (.bib) files using parseBibTex from the Bibliophile project. Some more strings were localised.

      •  19 Aug 2004 10:28
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        Release Notes: Usability and the GUI were improved, and automatic setup, wiki pages (currently help only), category filters, and common or per-user access rules for the references were implemented. The new features are partially based on JavaScript and work with Konqueror, Safari, and newer Mozilla browsers.

        •  01 May 2004 20:12
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          Release Notes: This version is stable, and it features user management and fixed CSS.

          •  19 Apr 2004 23:56
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            Release Notes: This release offers better stability, better documentation, almost complete online help, German localisation, and slightly improved usability.

            •  08 Apr 2004 12:46
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              Release Notes: This release fixes a lot of issues. Above all, file attachment management has been improved. Existing files will not be overwritten without permission anymore, and anonymous users can see/read attachments. The framework's user session management was fixed. The cart can be exported to BibTeX in one. Help has been extended.

              •  02 Apr 2004 18:13
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