This release adds several new features:
It also fixes some long-standing bugs:
There is also limited support for sans serif fonts for book body text (thanks to Vito for pointing this out). However, at the moment, this doesn’t carry through to floating tables and divs, marginal notes, and footnotes. While sans serif has become fashionable for printed body text, some people see this as evidence that civilization is in terminal decline.
When would we use a part-like chapter? Some books have only a few, very long chapters. Authors may prefer to make a more dramatic break between chapters than that which a normal chapter style offers. The “part” chapter kind inserts an unnumbered part, rather than a chapter.
This release also includes a copy of the GNU Affero GPL licence to cover uses of the Wikibook PDF server for public hosting.