Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:11 pm Post
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Tue Mar 23, 2010 9:27 am Post
1) Importing .doc files in mixed Chinese and English produced on Chinese Windows PCs no longer open with the Chinese hidden ... that's absolutely great. Means reference documents don't have to be converted to default text format to be able to see the Chinese.
2) On the other hand, first annotation in such a .doc still came up in black. On the other hand, having changed it to red, doing editing of the main (black) text and then returning to the annotation no longer turned it back to black, unlike under 1.5.3.
3) On an ad-hoc estimate, 1.5.4 does seem a bit slower than 1.5.3 to load any document in memory when it was last shut down — perhaps any document — not that that's a major problem.
Edit: spoke slightly too soon. It seems that all my annotations in this imported .doc are coming up in black. But once they're converted to red, that seems to stick. Not as frustrating as under the previous version, though. As far as I'm concerned, I can live with this ... I'd rather you didn't let it take time away from working on 2; that's much more important.
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