NoteTab 7.1 now available

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• Hi everyone, I m pleased to announce the release of NoteTab 7.1. If you have version 7 or 7.01, I recommend that you update your copy to this release. If you
Message 1 of 1 , Oct 4, 2012
Hi everyone,

I'm pleased to announce the release of NoteTab 7.1. If you have version
7 or 7.01, I recommend that you update your copy to this release.

If you have the paid edition of version 7, you can download the new
update through NoteTab's "Check for Updates" feature, which is available

Here's a list of the main changes since version 7.01:

* Updated Bootstrap library to version 2.1.1.

* When using Close All Documents, the confirmation prompt is now only
displayed if you have more than five documents open.

* Fixed occasional failure to scroll last line into view.

* Fixed an issue with synchronizing the search-type option in Find and
Replace dialogs after using the Search Disk feature.

* Fixed UTF-8 character issues in Utilities.clb library.

* Using Calculate Expression on a selected column of numbers no longer
replaces the selection. The value is now displayed in a dialog.

* Calculate Expression now analyses the expression to determine how to
format digit grouping and how many decimals should be used in the
3000 + 6000 = 9000
3,000 + 6,000 = 9,000
3000 + 7000 = 10,000
3,000.00 + 6,000.00 = 9000
3,000.01 + 6,000.00 = 9,000.01
300000 + 600000 = 900000

* Calculate Expression and ^\$Calc now try to determine the decimal and
digit grouping symbols from the expression. They will use the Windows
default symbols if they can’t resolve the symbols. As a result,
Calculate Expression and ^\$Calc now work even when symbols don’t match
23,456.78 / 2 = 11,728.39
23.456,78 / 2 = 11.728,39
23'456,78 / 2 = 11'728,39
0,999 + 1 = 1,999
Symbols can’t be determined in the following expressions so NoteTab uses
the Windows defaults to resolve them in this case:
123,456-1=
123.456-1=

* Calculate Expression and ^\$Calc: with numbers under 10000, a digit
grouping symbol is only inserted if it has a decimal symbol or if the
source expression uses digit grouping on such numbers.

* Fixed an error in formatting digit grouping in negative numbers when
using Calculate Expression and ^\$Calc.

* ^\$Calc no longer accepts defining invalid decimal and digit grouping
symbols. Invalid symbols are ignored. If no decimal and digit grouping
symbols are defined, NoteTab will try to determine them from the
expression or use the Windows default symbols.

* ^\$GetDateFromInt now supports numbers with digit grouping symbols.

* ^\$IsNumber now supports an optional parameter to specify decimal and
digit grouping symbols:
^\$IsNumber(Value[;Decimal and digit grouping symbol])\$
If you leave out the symbols parameter, NoteTab accepts valid numbers
using regional number symbols from your Windows settings as well as
other regions. Any symbols you specify must match those that appear in
the number. Examples:
^\$IsNumber(12,345.67)\$ -> 1
^\$IsNumber(12,345.67;".,")\$ -> 1
^\$IsNumber(12,345.67;".")\$ -> 0
^\$IsNumber(12345.67;".")\$ -> 1
^\$IsNumber(12,345.67;",.")\$ -> 0
^\$IsNumber(12.345,67;",.")\$ -> 1
^\$IsNumber(12,345.67;"")\$ -> 0

* ^!If now correctly handles numbers with digit grouping symbols as well
as real numbers (with decimals).

* Several other minor issues fixed.

Enjoy!

--
Regards,

Eric Fookes
http://www.fookes.com/
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