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23 February 2009 at 11:20 AM by John Rankin - wikibook server 1.0.9 released
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A complementary Publish PDF library will be released shortly. This includes updates to the Site template files to support the new typesetting options.
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A complementary Publish PDF library will be released [[shortly -> 20090223]]. This includes updates to the Site template files to support the new typesetting options.
14 February 2009 at 04:04 PM by John Rankin - wikibook server version 1.0.9 released
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This is a minor release to improve various presentation elements:
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This is a minor release to improve various presentation options:
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* the article title now takes on the font style of the articles headings (default is sans-serif)
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* the article title now takes on the font style of the article's headings (default is sans-serif bold)
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A complementary Publish PDF library will be released shortly.
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There are also a few subtle presentation improvements:
* the book template now uses the ∗ ([=∗=]) entity on the legal notice page for more even spacing
* multi-line titles on article, report and book covers now have correct inter-line spacing (leading)
* fix a bug when a p tag has both skip and align attributes

A complementary Publish PDF library will be released
shortly. This includes updates to the Site template files to support the new typesetting options.
14 February 2009 at 11:44 AM by John Rankin - wikibook server 1.0.9 released
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!!Wikibook server version 1.0.9 released

This is a minor release to improve various presentation elements:
* add support for per-chapter "mini tables of contents" in books -- add toc=on to a typeset-book directive
* add support for Latex-style (typewriter font) url link text -- add urlstyle=on to any typeset directive
* add support for an article cover page -- add cover=on to a typeset-page or typeset-trail directive
* the article title now takes on the font style of the articles headings (default is sans-serif)
* if dates include `AM and `PM, administrators have an option to set these in small caps -- if $format='pdf' change $TimeFmt to end in [=&%p;=] instead of %p (it translates [=&AM;=] and [=±=] entities into suitable markup)

A complementary Publish PDF library will be released shortly.
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