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AbiWord 2.6.0

Od AbiSource Community  (Open Source)
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AbiWord to darmowy edytor tekstu podobny do programu Microsoft® Word. Wyśmienicie nadaje się do różnych zadań edycji tekstu.

Kompatybilny z wieloma platformami

Możesz używać ulubionego programu do edycji tekstu na dowolnym systemie operacyjnym - Windows, Linux, QNX, FreeBSD czy Solaris.

Kompatybilność z wieloma formatami tekstu

Program AbiWord może odczytywać i zapisywać we wszystkich standardowych formatach jak np.: dokumenty OpenOffice.org, dokumenty Microsoft Word, dokumenty WordPerfect, dokumenty Rich Text Format, strony w języku HTML i wiele innych.

Zaawansowany układ dokumentów

Możesz nadać swoim dokumentom profesjonalny, naukowy lub zabawny wygląd używając zaawansowanych opcji układu dokumentu dostępnych w programie AbiWord. Można używać tabel, wypunktowań, list, obrazów, stopek, przypisów końcowych i stylów, aby wzbogacić wygląd dokumentów.

Przetłumaczony na wiele języków

Program AbiWord został przetłumaczony na wiele języków. Program AbiWord jest dostępny w głównych i mniej popularnych językach. Użytkownicy mogą korzystać ze słowników dla ponad 30 języków.

Tytuł: AbiWord 2.6.0
Nazwa pliku: abiword-setup-2.6.0.exe
Rozmiar: 5.59MB (5,857,853 bajtów)
Wymagania: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Języki: Wielojęzykowy
Licencja: Open Source
Data dodania: 31 marca 2008
Autor: AbiSource Community
www.abisource.com
Strona domowa: www.abisource.com
Suma kontrolna MD5: 89D3CB97E847F21445967AEDD024F534

# Greatly-improved support for languages like Thai and Arabic using a new Pango based renderer (Unix platforms)
# We've included a new GNOME Office plugin that allows embedding Gnumeric charts into your documents (Unix platforms)
# Ability to open files on remote shares, ie. samba, ftp or ssh shares (Unix platforms)
# A new experimental collaboration plugin, allowing users to collaboratively work on the same document in real-time. There are currently 3 communication backends supported: an XMPP based one (only available on Unix systems, and it could use some love), a pure TCP/IP based one and one that integrates with the One Laptop Per Child Sugar interface. Please note that we consider this collaboration feature experimental, as it hasn't seen a lot of testing outside the One Laptop Per Child deployments. Also, we are not sure yet that we won't need to make slight protocol changes to accommodate some new features. This means that the current version of the plugin might not be able to communicate with future versions of the plugin. Finally, this feature is not yet available on Windows. It will be available in v2.6.1 for that platform.
# A massive amount of work on all of our popular import and export filters, most notably the OpenDocument filter
# The addition of a new experimental Office Open XML import filter
# Support for native Windows Vista menus
# Various drag & drop and clipboard handling improvements
# Allow dragging and dropping images in and out of AbiWord (Unix platforms)
# Fast image previews in the Image dialog, even for huge images (Unix platforms)
# Various toolbar improvements, most notably the improvements to make them work better on small screens (Unix platforms)
# Lots of updates to our translations
# Lots of small fixes in our GTK+ frontend, such as fixing those pesky tooltips that just wouldn't go away (Unix platforms)
# Automatic font substitution using fontconfig when a specific font is not available (Unix platforms)
# Improved support for running AbiWord in non-UI mode (sometimes also referred to as "server" mode, as offered by the AbiCommand plugin); most notably AbiWord no longer requires an X server on Unix systems in non-UI mode.
# Improved command line handling, allowing input from standard input, and output to be directed to standard output.
# Improved printing from the command line, deprecating our previously used custom postscript driver
# Improved modularisations for resource constrained devices, such as optional printing and spelling support
# For application developers we've made available an experimental AbiWord GTK+ widget; accompanying Python bindings will follow soon.
# For distributors we've improved the build system to be more standards conformant (for example, "make dist" and "make distcheck" now work)

Note: The equation plugin on Windows systems is currently unavailable. If you require equation support in your documents, then please continue using AbiWord 2.4.6. Future AbiWord releases will include equation support again on Windows systems.

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