Functions to create entries by extraction from an entire site, either local or accessible by URL, have now been added, both in the main menus and in scripts.
Routines for saving, loading, copying, and pasting item lists have been modified to permit including double quotes in headings, subheadings, and URLs, following the conventions in the Microsoft Excel CSV format. This change allows the use of pseudo-URLs like the following:
"Copy list" has been fixed so that the copy format used is compatible with "Paste list".
Ampersands are now acceptable in the keywords in the Editing Window, allowing inclusion of character-entity references if desired.
The Autoanchor and Autolink functions now do not add anchors or links in comments or in title elements, where they would be of no use.
A workaround has been introduced in the Edit window to deal with a bug in newer versions of the Windows riched32.dll which can cause an exception when lines are inserted into a Rich Edit control that has just been clicked on.
Headings consisting only of tags or character-entity references now no longer cause access violations in creating an HTML index.
Quick linking to ExtPhr32 is now provided from the HTML editing window to show word and phrase frequencies in the text.
Users may now create, edit, and run scripts, allowing quick automatic updating of indexes.
The user may now insert site maps automatically in the HTML editor.
The HTML Editing window now allows the user to load a Web page by URL. The URL is then displayed in the top part of the window.
An option is now available to delete all items from the list that contain a character string specified by the user.
Find, replace, and replace-all capabilities have been added for the list.
Cross-references in the HTML index are now assigned a reduced font and omit the heading if it is the same as the previous heading regardless of case.
Headings and metatagged keywords can now be extracted from an HTML text on the clipboard.
Pressing the Tab key at the end of the list now automatically extends it.
An option is now available to add a URL prefix automatically to filenames when extracting titles, keywords, headings, or targets from files.
A customizable template (Xretempl.htm) has been added for HTML index creation.
An optional file Xrestrip.txt may now be used to specify text to be stripped off the beginnings of terms derived from titles, headings, and targets.
A simple HTML editor is now included, allowing easy editing of titles and meta tagged keywords. Options have been included to use a TheW32 thesaurus to convert non-preferred keywords to preferred forms and to assign keywords automatically.
An option has been added to preview the HTML index in the default browser.
Extraction of meta tagged keywords from files has been added to the methods of adding to the list.
Multiple files may now be specified for extraction of targets (named anchors), headings, titles, and meta tagged keywords.
Titles of files may now be automatically included as subheadings in extraction of targets and headings.
Ends of lines are now correctly converted to spaces when anchored texts are extracted.
Sorting now ignores HTML tags and special character codes.
Help is now displayed using HTML Help, avoiding a problem with the hostility of the server that now contains the author's home page to the NEWT ActiveX control.
A new option (on by default) allows the title of any file being viewed in the HTML viewer to be inserted automatically as the subheading of a new entry.
The HTML viewer window now contains a read-only memo box containing the title and any "keywords" or "description" meta tag values of the HTML file being viewed. An entry can be created automatically from text selected in this memo box.
Titles may now be automatically extracted from selected files in a directory; the title may also be extracted from HTML source on the clipboard.