Size: 62.11 MB
Mac Platform: UB
OS version: 10.3.9+
Processor type(s) & speed: 32/64 bit
Version 2.59, March 17th, 2017
Added “Group heading” control in index options, to allow suppression of the alphabetic group letters.
Added the ability to find secondary headings when building a table of contents, for example combining “Chapter 1” with “In the Beginning” to form “Chapter 1: In the Beginning” in the TOC.
Added Export to Image File button to Cover page.
Replaced the document cleanup dialog with a new, clearer one showing a scrolling list instead of a scrolling panel, and incorporating a search facility.
Added Apply table template option to document cleanup, to apply a table template to all tables whose name (id) matches the given pattern.
Added a warning when launching an Epub that was generated using a configuration with ‘Generate Mobipocket’ enabled.
In the Styles tab of the Formatting Palette, added Shift+Enter as a way of applying the current selection when the focus is in the search control, while Enter cycles through the matches, or applies the selection if there is only one match.
Added a More submenu to the View menu, containing commands to show tabs in the Formatting Palette and a command to return the keyboard focus to the text editor. Ctrl+= is the default shortcut for showing the Styles tab, and Ctrl+, is the default shortcut for returning to the editor.
When importing style sheets using Import from Project, no longer imports link styles since they are controlled using their own option.
Added a tip and KB note describing how to fix the non-appearance of an embedded font in the editor.
Added a KB note about EpubCheck not running; Jutoh now shows this automatically if EpubCheck failed to run.
Now avoids prompting to set the reporting level to High until a certain amount of familiarisation has happened, to avoid overwhelming the new user with information.
Replace All in the Find and Replace dialog now allows the user to abort the operation if it’s taking a long time; also the replacement count is shown in the status bar.
In the Find and Replace dialog, Cancel has been renamed Close.
Full releasenotes at: http://www.jutoh.com/whatsnew.htm
Jutoh makes it easy to create ebooks in popular formats that you can sell on many ebook sites, including Amazon’s Kindle and Apple’s iBooks.
Create your project in seconds from existing files using the New Project Wizard; or create your book from scratch using the built-in styled text editor.
Select a book cover design from Jutoh’s templates, or create your own with the built-in cover designer.
Jutoh lets you start creating your ebooks quickly, but has plenty of features and configuration for more advanced use, including support for contents, index and endnotes pages.
More info: http://www.jutoh.com/