|Form Processing capability introduced. Form data can be printed, saved to file, stored via MAPI in the user's outbox, or sent directly via SMTP.
Optional encryption of returning form data implemented, using the standard Blowfish encryption algorithm. Functionality to decrypt the returning data included (obviously!).
Credit Card numbers entered on forms can be algorithmically validated.
Added support for Embedded Fonts, which allow non-standard fonts to be carried around with the presentation.
Added ability to have a Splash Screen.
Added a user-definable Logo at the right of the Toolbar.
Extended the Page Protection concept to allow the protection of complete directories as well as individual pages.
Additional sibling directories can be included, to support the arrangement (for example) where the HTML and graphics are divided between an IMAGES and TEXT directory at the same "level", and references to images are via links such as <IMG SRC="../IMAGES/xxx.jpg".
Added special links #WCPRINT and #WCPAGESETUP to allow printing and page set-up functions in "Clean-Screen" mode.
Added the ability to produce presentations that have pages with passwords related to the system they execute on, such that pages in a presentation can only be seen on a specific system, the same password will not work on another system. (Sort of "copy protection").
Allow specification of No Address Bar in compiled presentations (the Address bar is sometimes a bit useless in framed presentations).
Allow a compiled presentation to reference data externally. If the data isn't "compiled in" to the presentation then the engine will try to find it externally, in the same "relative" position. (i.e. if a reference is made to image.gif which was not in the same directory as the home page when compiled, then it will look for it in the same directory as the presentation is running from. Similarly if a file xxx\image.jpg is referenced but not included then it will look for the image.jpg file in the xxx subdirectory relative to where it is running from). The default is not to do this. It is controlled by an option on the Functionality Tab of the Compiler options dialog.
Compiler now remembers what you were last working on.
Provided a mechanism to import and export the Presentation Profile, to facilitate changing directory structures or moving to a new PC.
The Enter key will now initiate a search, previously only a mouse click could do it.
Considerably reduced the overhead in compiled presentations. Down from over 600K to under 400K even with the additional functionality.
Corrected bug that could prevent the Copy command from working.
Corrected bug that could sometimes leave the toolbar visible in clean-screen mode.
Corrected bug that could prevent Favorites from being stored on Win95 systems due to differences in Registry handling (worked OK on Win98 and NT4 - thanks Microsoft!).
Corrected bug in Search that could sometimes return innapropriate pages as well as those containing the required string.
Searching improved to cope with foreign characters (umlauts etc.).
Corrected documentation error regarding translating the "Explorer Bar" submenu structure and some of the elements of the search pane.