This release focuses on improvements to IME for CJK languages.
Release date: October 26th, 2018
New or changed features and functionality
Improved IME support for CJK languages
To input CJK characters into a document it is no longer need to enable IME manually. The input is enabled automatically and provides a better experience for multiple-keystrokes typing.
- Microsoft Pinyin New Experience Input (for Windows 7)
- Microsoft Pinyin (Simplified) (for Windows 8 and later)
- Sogou Pinyin
Added Korean localization.
Korean localization is now available out of the box for user interface.
Dropping support for Internet Explorer 10
Starting with this release we will no longer support IE 10.
Issues that were fixed
Whitespace was lost after text is pasted from MS-Word
Fixed a bug where sometimes spaces were not pasted from MS Word.
In some cases MS Word stores space as a LF (NL line feed, new line) character. Such spaces were trimmed when pasted into the editor. Now they are replaced with a Space character and preserved in a document upon pasting.
Copy-Pasting tables resulted in default value for frame attribute
Fixed a bug where value of "frame" attribute was not preserved upon pasting a table.
When copy-pasting a CALS table with non-default value set for @frame attribute, the value was reverted back to default in the pasted table. This is now fixed and the value is preserved.
Images are not rendered correctly when dimensions are set with units of measure
Fixed a bug where images were not rendered correctly when their dimensions were set with defined units of measure.
It is possible to follow a real number set in width and height attribute of an Image with a unit of measure such as "pc", "cm", "in", and others. Images with such dimensional values were not rendered correctly in a document as they were defaulted back to pixels. It is fixed now and units of measure are taken into account when rendering an image.
Composition is not started when typing over selection
When working in IME, a composition of a character will not start on the first keystroke when typing over a selection in text,
To work around, first press Backspace or Delete key to remove the selection and then start composing characters in regular way
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox