Annotum 2.0 alpha 2 has been released.
- Improved XML input and output
- Editor improvements
- Numerous Bug Fixes
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Good news from Annotum support, we’ll still wait at least a week before implementing version 2.0 in the event it has unforseen bugs
We have made every effort to ensure backward compatibility with existing Annotum sites and content, but in some cases newly-edited articles may be ‘un-published’ if they contain invalid XML. Please be sure to keep a complete backup of all WordPress and Annotum code as well as your WordPress database prior to installing this upgrade.
Key Features of v2.0
- Entirely revamped editor with full XML validation and schema enforcement for “bulletproof” JATS-compliant XML
- Support for multiple-level sections and subsections
- Support for rich text formatting in article abstract
- Article templates (standard headings for new articles)
- Article tree viewer to navigate article structure
- Syntax-aware XML code editor for power users
- Now uses WordPress standard dialog for figures (images)
- Better support for WordPress revisions and version compare
- In PDF output, images that cross a page boundary may be cut off. This can be avoided by forcing a new page prior to every image by making the following change to the
- PDF output support for non-latin character sets may be limited. As a workaround, replace the PDF fonts in
plugins/anno-pdf-download/lib/dompdf/lib/fontswith fonts containing the desired character set. You will also need to update
assets/main/css/pdf.css(see line 212).
The Annotum group has finished Alpha and Beta versions, and is now on to Release Candidate 1 They write:
The OAS will wait until the official release has matured before porting it to it’s servers. In the meantime, the demo version 1.1 is in place.
The Annotum group is making progress, version 2.0 alpha has been announced.
As members know, The Journal of the OAS is based on the Annotum publishing platform. Due to some changes in the base structure of WordPress code, some features of Annotum V1.1 became outdated and lost some functions. The official launch of the OAS is on hold pending a resolution to this problem, expected 30-90 days from now.
This message from Annotum Support
Here’s a very quick update on the progress toward fixes for Annotum 2.0 and WP 3.9+ compatibility. We are making solid progress, as you can see from the growing lists of closed issues and commits, but the downloadable version of Annotum 2.0 is still a couple of weeks away at best, and the update for the WordPress.org theme repository will follow sometime after that.
The current workaround is to downgrade WordPress to 3.8 or lower, but we realize this may not be a viable option for everyone. Thanks very much for your continued understanding and patience.
The OAS will keep track of the issue and advise when Annotum becomes updated and fully functional.
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