|September 12, 2016: New Quick Customization
XSL-FO Converter v5.4.2 (September 12, 2016): Updated several
software components in XMLmind XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL
XML Editor v7.1 (August 22, 2016): Several minor yet very useful
enhancements. Several bug fixes. New tutorial with screencast Creating
a DITA bookmap.|
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6.2 (August 18, 2016): The EPUB 3.0
files generated by |
ditac are now compatible with EPUB 2.0
readers. Several other minor enhancements.
Word To XML v1.2.0 (August 01, 2016): Highlights:|
XML Editor v7 (June 21, 2016): |
XMLmind is happy to announce
three new products: XMLmind DITA
DocBook Editor, XMLmind
XHTML Editor. These products are attractively priced,
“special editions” of XMLmind XML Editor. Because they
focus on a single class of documents, these specialized editors are
slightly faster and simpler to use than XMLmind XML Editor. More
information in "Which
editor to choose?".
License is now available for XMLmind XML Editor, XMLmind DITA
Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor and XMLmind XHTML Editor. This makes
our four editors free to use by many persons and
organizations. More information in "Which
license to choose?".
The Personal Editions of XMLmind XML
Editor, XMLmind DITA Editor, XMLmind DocBook Editor and XMLmind XHTML
Editor may be freely downloaded from this page.
new version also has substantial enhancements and a number of bug
fixes. All these enhancements aim to make our XML editors simpler and
more straightforward to use.
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6.1 (June 17, 2016): A minor enhancement
and a couple of bug fixes.|
XSL-FO Converter v5.4.1 (April 21, 2016): Highlights:|
XML Editor v6.7 (April 11, 2016): Highlights:|
- Partial DITA 1.3 support. (Full DITA 1.3 support is
planned for year 2016.) More information in "XMLmind
XML Editor - DITA Support".
- Enhanced "DocBook v5.1 configuration (Release
- Improved XInclude 1.1 support in DocBook v5 and v5.1
- Drag&drop of document tabs and tool tabs.
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.6 (April 8, 2016): Partial support for
DITA 1.3, including support of RELAX NG schemas.
More information in About
DITA support in XMLmind DITA Converter. Full DITA 1.3
support is planned for year 2016.|
Word To XML v1.1.0 (March 15, 2016): It's now possible to convert
a DOCX document to the following styled HTML formats:
multi-page styled HTML, Web Help, EPUB 2.|
In order to generate these
new formats, we need to automatically split the source DOCX document
into parts. A new part is created each time a paragraph having an
outline level less than or equal to specified
split-before-level parameter is found in the source. An
outline level is an integer between 0 (e.g. style Heading 1)
and 8 (e.g. style Heading 9). The default value of parameter
split-before-level is 0, which means: for each
Heading 1, create a new page starting with this
New free online conversion services: Convert DOCX to Multi-page Styled HTML, Convert DOCX to Web Help, Convert DOCX to EPUB.
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.8 (February 22, 2016): A few bug
fixes. Updated software components (Saxon, XMLmind Web Help
Compiler). Tested ditac against new Apache FOP 2.1.|
XMLmind Assembly Processor v0.9.4 (February 16, 2016): can now
check the realized document for cross-reference errors, missing image
resources, etc. This is done by passing new |
to the assembly command-line. More
XMLmind Assembly Processor v0.9.3 (February 03, 2016): now
includes XInclude 1.1
Transclusion processors, which allows to create modular DocBook
v5.1 documents without facing limitations. More
XML Editor v6.6 (January 22, 2016): Highlights:|
- New "Options|Customize
Configuration|Customize CSS Stylesheet" menu item may
be selected to quickly and easily customize the CSS stylesheet
used to render an XML document on screen. The dialog box displayed
by this new menu item has an "Add Style for Selected
Element" button which does not require the user to know CSS in order to customize
the style of the element being selected.
- Many other enhancements, most of them related to XHTML
support and to the "Easy
XSL-FO Converter v5.4 (December 10, 2015): Highlights:|
- New implementation of XMLmind XSL-FO Converter for .NET no
longer requires installing Microsoft Visual J#® 2.0
Redistributable Package. It just requires a .NET 4.0+ framework on
Windows or Mono 3.8+ on
XSL Utility and
(desktop application allowing to easily configure and
control XMLmind XSL server) now works fine on computers
having very high resolution (HiDPI) screens.
- XMLmind XSL Utility is now available as a Mac OS X native
.dmg distribution including a private Java™
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.7 (November 25, 2015): Element
abbreviated-form is now processed as described in the
DITA 1.2 spec.
Word To XML v1.0.0 (November 17, 2015): First version of the
commercial product. Highlights:|
- Text runs aligned on tab stops are now processed when
generating XHTML+CSS and optionally, also when generating
- DOCX files using the "Strict Open XML Document" format are now
- Desktop application
w2x-app now works fine on
computers having very high resolution (HiDPI)
XML Editor v6.5 (October 26, 2015): |
If your computer has a HiDPI screen or more simply
if you use XXE on the Mac, it is strongly
recommended to upgrade to version
- XXE now works fine on computers having very
high resolution (HiDPI) screens. For example, it now works
fine on a Mac having a Retina® screen and a Windows computer
having an UHD (“4K”) screen.
On a Linux computer
having a HiDPI screen, HiDPI is not automatically
detected. You'll have to use the new "Display scaling"
controls found in the General section of the
Preferences dialog box. These controls may be used to
change the size of all the items comprising the user interface of
XXE. This new facility may be useful even if you
don't have a HiDPI screen.
- XXE is now officially supported on Windows 10 and
on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan).
XML Editor v6.4 (September 11, 2015): Highlights:|
Word To XML v1.0.0-beta04 (September 8, 2015): A few bug
XSL-FO Converter v5.3 (July 31, 2015): Highlights:|
- It's now possible to add a watermark to the pages generated by
- WML format only: identical images are no longer
duplicated in the generated file.
- Updated important software components (FOP, Batik, ditac, etc) in XMLmind
XSL Utility and XMLmind XSL Server.
- Bug fixes.
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.6 (July 30, 2015): Highlights:|
- It's now possible to add a watermark (e.g. "DRAFT",
"CONFIDENTIAL") to a document generated by ditac.
- Completed the implementation of DITAVAL feature
<revprop changebar="change bar styles"/>.
Documented the implementation in "Flagging
contents", a new section of the manual.
Word To XML v1.0.0-beta03 (July 13, 2015): New “Word To
XML” servlet is a Java™ Servlet
(server-side standard component) which has the same
functions as the |
w2x-app desktop application.
test it right away by using our free online DOCX
XML Editor v6.3.1 (June 24, 2015): Highlights:|
- Preliminary support for DocBook
5.1, which introduces new
This support is packaged as a
new add-on called "DocBook v5.1 configuration (Release
Candidate)". This add-on is not included by
default in XXE distributions. If you want to
experiment with DocBook 5.1
assemblies and topics, please use menu item
"Options|Install Add-ons" and select the add-on in
order to download and install it.
New resources related to
- Upgraded Apache
Batik (SVG support) to version 1.8. Upgraded Apache FOP
(PDF generator) to version 2.0.
- Several other enhancements (e.g. menu item
"DocBook|Convert to Module") and a few bug
Source XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.5_01 (June 18, 2015): Updated
software components (Saxon, XMLmind Web Help
Compiler). Tested ditac against new Apache FOP 2.0.|
Word To XML v1.0.0-beta02 (May 6, 2015): Highlights:|
- New graphical application
- New "Word To XML" add-on for XMLmind XML Editor.
This add-on adds an "Import DOCX" item to the File
XML Editor v6.3 (April 21, 2015): Highlights:|
XMLmind DITA Converter v2.5.5 (April 17, 2015): The combination of
new command-line option |
-validate (validate all
loaded DITA files) and option
(check cross-references) options gives you a simple way
to thoroughly check your DITA documents.