[OS X TeX] BibDesk 0.96.2 released

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Mon Oct 11 00:42:29 CEST 2004

The BibDesk development team is pleased to announce that version 0.96.2 
is available for download at <http://bibdesk.sourceforge.net/>.

This release contains some important bug fixes, and all users are 
encouraged to upgrade.  Thanks to those of you who submitted detailed 
feedback via the tracker and e-mail.

Changes for 0.96.2 include:
   -  Fixed broken autocompletion plugin installer
   -  String encoding fixed for AppleScript (accented characters now 
display correctly)
   -  SP and EP are now recognized by the RIS parser
   -  RIS import is now more seamless, and BibDesk can be assigned the 
RIS filetype
   -  Scrolling the publication list may be faster
   -  Fixed tab-keyloop issue in the BibEditor (#1033315)
   -  Fixed the periodic events bug in attaching files (#1032458)
   -  Fixed a bug that caused an error message when dragging from the 
citekey drawer without selecting a bibitem
   -  The TeX preview now supports harvard.sty (you need to edit the TeX 
template for this feature)
   -  TeX previewing item selection issues should be fixed (#1003373)
   -  Pasting bibitems as BibTeX now gives spaces between entries 
   -  Updated character conversions; note that language-specific and 
math conversions will not be added

Bug reports should be submitted to 
<http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=61487&atid=497423>.  Please 
include step-by-step instructions to reproduce the bug, and upload any 
necessary supporting files (e.g. .bib files) with your bug report.

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