Monthly Archives: December 2005

Aspose.Word for Java Preview

Glad to announce that we are ready to release Aspose.Word for Java. We expect Aspose.Word 1.0 for Java will be available for downloads within the first 2 weeks of January 2006. Aspose.Word for Java is an almost direct port from … Continue reading

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Aspose.AdHoc 1.4.3 Released

Dear Customers, We’ve released Aspose.AdHoc 1.4.3. New Feature: supports sorting the fields by their displaying names Public Sub SortFiledsByName(ByVal comparer As IComparer) Public Sub SortFiledsByName()                [C#]                this.adhoc1.SetFieldDisplayName(“FName”, “First Name”);               this.adhoc1.SetFieldDisplayName(“LName”, “Last Name”);               this.adhoc1.SetFieldDisplayName(“Sex”, “Gender”);              // Sorting the fields by name               this.adhoc1.SortFiledsByName();               // Update Field Info               this.adhoc1.UpdateFieldChanges(); Fixed: … Continue reading

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Aspose.Word 3.3.5 Released

We have released Aspose.Word 3.3.5 Significantly improved import of table and cell widths from HTML. Pixels and percent are supported. Added import of cell borders from HTML. Made attributes in exported HTML lowercase to conform to XHTML.  Improved export of … Continue reading

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Aspose.Chart 3.0.4 Released

Dear Customers, We have released Aspose.Chart 3.0.4. Fixed: Axis are scaled incorrectly when values large.Added: Setting weight of bubble (third Y value) for 2D Bubble chart. See Aspose.Chart.Gallery “Bubble 2D” for example.

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Aspose.Slides for Java released!

Hot fix contains: Changed: Improved FromCorner and FromCenter gradients in SVG. New: Implemented FitTextToShape for TextHolders and TextFrames. Fixed: Reading format of empty paragraphs. New: Improved drawing of lines, line caps and polylines in SVG. New: Reading linked OLE Objects. … Continue reading

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