Last Update:Oct 15 / 2018
News: Version 10.0.8287 has been released. No, you didn't sleep through Version 9, it was never released. I attempted a bunch of stuff in that release which just didn't work out, so I tossed it.
So what's in Version 10? A whole lot internally, but nothing overwhelming externally. The main focus was to finally address the inconsistencies in handling text colorization. Previously, colors were specified in the Options => Screen settings tab, and if source code high-lighting was used another whole set of color options was specified within the .AUTO files used by colorization. If you were a user of source colorization, it made things difficult.
Version 10 now has just a single location where colors are specified, the Options dialog. And the Options dialogs provide immediate feedback as to what your choices look like.
For those who don't use source colorization, this release will be like all our previous releases - transparent. SPFLite will automatically migrate all your old color settings to the new Version 10 internal format.
For those of you who DO use source colorization, it is not 100% transparent, but we have done everything possible to make the switch to Version 10 as painless as possible.
The first time you start Version 10, you will be presented with a short document describing these changes and providing options. This will only occur once, but it is important for you to browse this information. As further protection, SPFLIte will also make a copy of your current \Documents\SPFLite folder as a "just in case" provision.
There are, as usual, more bug fixes along with a few new features, please read the Change Log for full details.
As this version required a considerable number of code changes throughout SPFLite, we may have inadvertently created a few "Oops!". Please report anything unusual you see ASAP so we can address it.
Note for XP users: Unfortunately, releases 8.3 and above will probably not function on XP level systems. There is a problem related to the version level of the Visual C runtime libraries which we have not been able to resolve. As XP itself is no longer supported by Microsoft, there are probably very few users still running it. We will keep the last 8.2 release available on the download page indefinitely.
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