The YUI team has posted a
new release today.
The primary focus for this release is to provide better
compatibility for FireFox 3RC1 and Opera 9.5 beta
• Patch Integration:
The patches for DataTable and Menu posted
to developer site following the release of 2.5.1 have been incorporated
into the build.
• Improved Adobe AIR Support:
The Rich Text Editor and
DataSource components of the library have been updated for better AIR
Updated to include support for dynamically created
legends, and new chart and series styles.
Bug fixes in pagination, scrolling, and column
• Rich Text Editor:
Fixes for several important bugs.
• Source Code Availability:
ActionScript source code is now
included for the Charts and Uploader components.
• Bug Fixes:
Approximately 20 Source Forge bugs have been
fixed in this release. Please note, you will need to check the bug fix
list provided to determine if your bug fix is included in this
release. There are several bugs currently marked as fixed in the
Source Forge Bug repository that have been addressed, but are part of
larger changes still in progress for the upcoming 2.6 release.
The README files included with the components that you
use in your development for the full details of the changes and bug
fixes that were made, or to the README digest attached for a summary of
all of the 2.5.2 changes.
Thanks to all of you who have submitted feature requests, bug reports
and patches following the 2.5.1 release. We are reviewing all of these
submissions as they are received and have many of them on our radar for
YUI 2.6 and 3.0. We greatly appreciate your participation in the
is the preferred forum for general comments and questions. If you find
a bug, please log the details along with a page link or
sample code in the YUI bug
tracker on Source Forge
on behalf of the YUI development team: Adam Moore, Dav Glass, Eric
Miraglia, Jenny Han Donnelly, Luke Smith, Matt Sweeney, Nate Koechley,
Satyen Desai, Thomas Sha, and Todd Kloots; and contributers: Julien
Mlinac, Allen Rabinovich, and Nicholas C. Zakas