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Xml2PDF formatter version 2.2 is released

From: Altsoft Xml2PDF <xml2pdf@alt-soft.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 13:01:20 +0300
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Xml2PDF formatter version 2.2
March 30, 2005
Altsoft N.V.


Altsoft N.V. announces the release of version 2.2 of its Xml2PDF formatting
engine.

New XSL-FO features are:
 - complete support for Unicode BiDi algorithm;
 - support for soft-hyphen based hyphenation;
 - improved performance and memory usage;
 - support for PDF and EPS as external graphics formats;
 - added control over maximal images resolution (all images above a fixed
resolution are downsampled);

New SVG features are:
 - support for markers;
 - support for symbols;
 - improved performance and memory usage;

New XHTML features are:
 - SVG can be used as both external and internal graphics;
 - support for Flash animation;
 - partial form tags support;
 - improved support for national character sets;

Starting from version 2.2 Client UI and Command Line editions are combined
into Workstation edition available for $49.

All editions of Xml2PDF formatting engine, which include Workstation,
Hotfolder, XmlSpy Plug-in and .NET API, are automatically updated.

Altsoft Xml2PDF is a .NET based formatting engine for converting various
XML-based formats to PDF. It supports XSL-FO, SVG, XHTML, XML+XSLT as an
input and generates PDF as an output. Additional product information is
available online at:
http://alt-soft.com/products_xml2pdf.jsp

Free evaluation versions for Workstation, XmlSpy plug-in and Hotfolder
editions are available for download at:
http://alt-soft.com/products_xml2pdf_download.jsp

For evaluation of API edition please send the requests to:
sales@alt-soft.com.

For any additional information please visit our web site
http://alt-soft.com/ or e-mail to info@alt-soft.com


Best Regards,
Altsoft N.V.
http://alt-soft.com/
Received on Wednesday, 30 March 2005 09:52:01 GMT

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