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See also Jutoh Release Notes for detailed information about new releases.

Jutoh 2.61: bug fixes, plus an index sorting improvement

April 17th, 2017

This release is mainly for small bug fixes, including a crash when checking for a duplicate cover, and help dialogs appearing off-screen when Jutoh is used with an external monitor.

There's also an option for ignoring accents when sorting alphabetical indexes - this can now be switched off so that accents are not ignored when sorting and grouping index entries.

When viewing bookmarks in the Inspector, a context menu has been added to allow quick linking to a bookmark.

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.61, please see the release notes. You can get 2.61 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.60: Kindle indentation consistency improvement, new tab replacement cleanup option

April 2nd, 2017

Sometimes on Android devices, and in the online Kindle previewer, there could be an inconsistency in size between first-line indentation, and full left indentation. Jutoh 2.60 adds a new configuration Body CSS that sets a very small default left margin (0.1pt) for Mobipocket configurations only. This removes the inconsistency. To remove this fix, just clear the configuration option Body CSS.

A Replace tabs option has been added to Document Cleanup, making it easy to apply an indented paragraph style while removing tabs. A new Split lage tables option has also been added, to divide up tables that are huge and unwieldy.

A bug in search in configuration search has been corrected, and a bug that caused font and media documents to lose data when dragged or copied between projects has been fixed. The user is alerted to existing damaged font and media documents with a compilation error message.

There are various other improvements and bug fixes. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.60, please see the release notes. You can get 2.60 from the Download page.

NEW BOOK: Professional Kindle Publishing With Jutoh

March 22nd, 2017

We have published a new book, exclusive to Amazon, aimed at Jutoh customers formatting for the Kindle: Professional Kindle Publishing With Jutoh. It's available to Kindle Unlimited subscribers for free.

Learn how to import your existing book or create a new one; get to grips with Jutoh's powerful features, including creating a table of contents and alphabetical index; and learn how to edit, format and preview your Kindle book for the best results on Amazon. Includes information on including a cover, submitting your book to Amazon, and marketing your book, with a chapter 'Formatting Like a Pro' to help unravel the mysteries of styles, spacing, fonts and more.

Jutoh 2.59: TOC improvement, new document cleanup dialog

March 17th, 2017

Chapters with subtitles, for example CHAPTER 1 and INTRODUCTION, can now be handled by the Build Table of Contents command, by adding a secondary pattern for the second heading. The two headings will be joined in the TOC using a specified separator.

The Document Cleanup dialog has been completely written, with a scrolling list and search field. A new option Apply table template lets you change the formatting of all or some tables in the project.

Menu commands for accessing the Formatting Palette have been added to the View menu under More, with shortcuts Ctrl+= and Ctrl+, for quickly going to the Styles tab search field and returning to the editor, respectively.

There are various other improvements and bug fixes. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.59, please see the release notes. You can get 2.59 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.58: new 'link style' feature

February 26th, 2017

This release adds the concept of 'link style', for formatting internal hyperlinks within the book, and links to external web sites. Currently, links are formatted by the viewer software, usually in blue, underlined text. Link styles allow you to choose how links will be formatted, using categories such as internal links, external links, table of contents, footnote, and more. Click on Edit Link Styles within Project Properties/Styles to create link styles.

DOCX import has various improvements, such as import of margins into configurations to make estimating proportions more accurate when using the configuration option Replace absolute widths.

Sequence fields are now more capable, with a Formula property that you can set to values such as +1, +0, and 1 (imported from DOCX and ODT).

The Project Properties and Preferences dialogs now show the last-selected page, to cut down on mouse clicks.

There are various other improvements and bug fixes. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.58, please see the release notes. You can get 2.58 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.57: better drop caps support

February 3rd, 2017

Drop caps is now supported in paragraph properties, and paragraph style properties. Jutoh will generate different code for Epub and Kindle, and you can customise the CSS in a variety of ways. There is a Small Caps option, too, in case you want to format the first few words in small caps instead of using drop caps.

This release fixes a problem with the "Limit images to viewer size" configuration option in Adobe Digital Editions. If an image had no actual size specified, adding a maximum size of 100% caused the image to always expand to 100% in ADE and related viewers. Now Jutoh works around this by specifying the image width in pixels if no size is specified.

A new "Box style substitutions" configuration option allows you to format images, boxes and tables with different sizes and other box properties, according to the current configuration. For example, you could have a version of your book with screenshots to work better with desktop Adobe Digital Editions (which is poor at scaling images) by containing no size information; on other Epub platforms and Kindle, the images will be scaled for device-independence.

There are various other improvements and bug fixes. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.57, please see the release notes. You can get 2.57 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.56: improved image import, new line spacing option

January 18th, 2017

This release has a number of improvements to ODT and DOCX import, improving image layout where possible. By default, Jutoh no longer imports relative positioning for floating images, thereby removing Kindlegen warnings. ODT and DOCX import also now takes duplicate images into account, optimizing ebook files when combined with the configuration option "Use specified image file names".

Line spacing warnings are now dealt with more easily by means of the "Generate line spacing" configuration option, to eliminate all line spacing (recommended by the Kindle formatting guide) without laboriously editing the content.

There are various other improvements and bug fixes. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.56, please see the release notes. You can get 2.56 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.55: import and tip prompt bug fixes

January 10th, 2017

Sorry, a bug crept into 2.54 when notifying the user that further tips are available when Reporting is set to Medium. Jutoh now correctly reports the number of further tips.

Also, Jutoh improves Word import where automatic heading numbering is no longer erroneously enabled, and fixes a problem importing from ODT where floating images (left or right aligned) were not imported as floating.

You can get 2.55 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.54: spell check refinement, indeterminate alignment fix

January 6th, 2017

Welcome to the first release of 2017!

The new Ignore styles when spell checking option in Project Properties/Options allows you to specify which paragraphs should be ignored when spell checking, for example code examples.

In HTML, Epub and Kindle generation, indeterminate justification now omits the text-align property in order for non-publisher settings to work better in some readers. Previously, the use of the 'initial' value for this property meant that the defaults, such as the default justification in Kindle readers, were not always applied. KB 0039 has been updated to describe alignment behaviour on difference platforms.

When copying documents between projects, styles that are used in the document but are not present in the destination project's current style sheet, are added to the style sheet.

As usual, there are further small bug fixes, including a crash when clicking on some tip links. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.54, please see the release notes. You can get 2.54 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.53: further tips, Find and Replace from Start, and more

December 29th, 2016

In the last release of 2016, we've added more compilation tips to highlight areas where formatting could be improved. These are: cover and other images that may be excessively large; the presence of line spacing; the use of large amounts of direct formatting; accidental line breaks; predominantly non-standard text size; and embedded fonts that are not used in the book content. New KB articles have been added to accompany the tips.

When using Find and Replace, it can be tedious to manually reset the search position back to the start of the project, so there is now a Find and Replace from Start (Ctrl+D) command to do this quickly. We have also added a Go to Project Start (Ctrl+Alt+Home) command to make it easier to start editing or reviewing from the top of the first document.

ODT import for documents with a very large number of styles (such as those exported from a Word document) has been improved so that duplicate styles are discarded, resulting in faster import and smaller and more efficient projects.

You can now bulk-remove direct font formatting in paragraphs as well as spans of text, via the Document Formatting command.

As usual, there are a few minor bug fixes too. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.53, please see the release notes. You can get 2.53 from the Download page.

Have a happy and even more productive 2017!

Jutoh 2.52: new output format CBZ, and further error reporting improvements

December 13th, 2016

We've been struggling with a dilemma: how to give further information about potential formatting improvements in your projects, without overwhelming you with loads of scary-looking errors and warnings that you feel obliged to act on. The solution is to introduce a third category of message: the 'tip'. Issues such as hard-wired colours, and using blank paragraphs for spacing, are reported as tips and these can be hidden by setting the reporting level to 'medium' (the default). To make you aware that tips exist, you will be prompted the first time there are hidden messages.

You can set the Reporting control under the error list to low (errors only), medium (errors and warnings) or high (all messages).

We will be adding further tips in future releases so you can be warned about areas that can be improved before uploading your book.

Another new feature in Jutoh 2.52 is the ability to output a fixed layout project to CBZ, which is a zip archive of images used by comic viewers. Enable this by adding a CBZ configuration to your project (added by default to new projects). You can also import a CBZ file, which is a handy way to start a Jutoh project if you already have a bunch of images for your pages. So you can use one image per page, or if you have complex pages with multiple text and image objects, Jutoh will merge these into a single image for each page. Jutoh can also split double-page spreads into individual pages or merge individual pages into a single spread, just as for Epub and Kindle output.

As usual, there are a few minor bug fixes too. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.52, please see the release notes. You can get 2.52 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.51: improved error reporting

December 1st, 2016

Jutoh 2.51 adds a Details tab next to the Errors window, with the full error message, hint, and links to the documentation. Where relevant, there are links to edit an option or style to fix the error, so this should save time and frustration.

As usual, there are a few minor bug fixes too. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.51, please see the release notes. You can get 2.51 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.50: EpubCheck 4.0.1, a macOS Sierra fix, and colour checking

November 7th, 2016

Jutoh 2.50 now comes with the latest version of EpubCheck, 4.0.1, and a fix for users running macOS Sierra (10.12) which broke the font selector dialog in the 32-bit version of Jutoh.

This release also warns if your book has hard-wired colours - usually left over from accidental Word formatting - which can cause your book to be rejected, as well as causing legibility problems when a customer changes the ereader's colour scheme.

As usual, there are a few minor bug fixes too. For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.50, please see the release notes. You can get 2.50 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.49: section merging, bug fixes, new articles

October 17th, 2016

In this release, we've added a Notes tab to image, drawing, media and table objects as requested by a user; sections can be subsumed into previous sections if needed, using the configuration option "Suppress section breaks"; string replacement is now done in custom CSS; and there are some bug fixes.

New KB articles include KB0224: How can I stop sections starting on a new page? and KB0225: How can I switch off Kindle page flip so my Kindle Unlimited income is not reduced?

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.49, please see the release notes. You can get 2.49 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.44: bug fixes, code generation improvements, new articles

July 8th, 2016

Highlights of this release include safer temporary editing for sync service users (Google Drive, Dropbox and so on); improved table cell property editing; improved Windows shutdown behaviour; and 15 new searchable Knowledge Base articles including ones on image size and making a box set.

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.44, please see the release notes. You can get 2.44 from the Download page.

Interview with Jutoh's creator, Julian Smart

June 7th, 2016

Check out author Ben Starling's interview with Julian. How did it start? What is the origin of the name 'Jutoh'? Why is Julian obsessed with windows? All this and more.

Jutoh 2.36 introduces speech markup and code formatting

October 22nd, 2015

The Speech Palette The most significant feature in this release is the new speech markup feature that allows Jutoh to be used to produce high-quality audio files with text-to-speech engines by specifying pronunciation, pitch, voice, pauses and many other aspects. Previous versions of Jutoh had little control of the text except using a global pronunciation list. There is a new lexicon document editor with import/export of standard PLS lexicon files; a new speech palette in the Formatting Palette; a specialised speech object and editor; and a new Speech Archive (.sparch) file format for distributing marked-up text that recipients can turn into audio files. Under the hood, Jutoh creates SSML, SAPI or Apple Speech Manager files with the extra information, and feeds the files to text-to-speech engines of your choice.

Jutoh adds support for the excellent CereVoice range of voices, and can drive an external CereVoice helper program on Windows, Linux and Mac to produce speech, provided on our download page.

To complement the accessibility potential of speech markup, Jutoh adds a configuration option Font size adjustment for increasing text size, making it very easy to add a configuration for creating large print documents.

See the Speech Markup page for more on this, including example files.

Jutoh 2.36 also adds a code formatting dialog with optional code colouring; improved Epub 3 import; fixed layout Eub 3 import; and lots of smaller improvements and bug fixes.

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.36, please see the release notes. You can get 2.36 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.33 fixes Save Snapshot and improves import

June 11th, 2015

This release fixes the command File | Save Snapshot in the event that the file being edited is located in a file synchronisation folder. It also performs extra file recovery if Jutoh terminates abnormally when editing such a file.

There are various import improvements, including ensuring that sections do not contain blank titles and tolerating blank space before a heading (or multiple paragraphs using the same heading style in the same section).

Problems with cross-referencing headings, and fixed layout editing and generation, have also been fixed.

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.33, please see the release notes. You can get 2.33 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.31 adds 64-bit editions

May 22nd, 2015

Jutoh has always had a 64-bit Linux version, but now there are 64-bit Windows and Mac versions.

Most people won't be able to tell the difference between a 32-bit application and a 64-bit application, but a 64-bit application has access to much more memory - useful for really huge Jutoh projects.

In addition, 2.31 brings some performance improvements when importing and compiling large projects, and the number of document tabs can be limited for easier document management (and to avoid running out of resources for large projects).

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.31, please see the release notes. You can get 2.31 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.29 adds book uploading, cross-references, heading numbering, clip management, and much more

May 10th, 2015

This release has something for everyone!

  • Upload ebooks to your device for quick testing with Book | Upload;
  • insert dynamic cross-references, dates, variables, and other fields;
  • number headings and figures automatically;
  • insert captions for figures that can be cross-referenced;
  • search for styles in the Styles tab;
  • quickly insert a family of related fonts into your project for embedding, using the embedded font wizard;
  • organise artwork, text fragments and fonts in the new Clips tab (project-specific or global);
  • export fixed layout projects to ODT;
  • trim extraneous whitespace from all of your images with the Crop images option in Document Cleanup (useful when importing equation images from Word);
  • many other fixes and improvements.

If you're a Raspberry Pi 2 owner, or thinking of getting one of these fun, tiny computers, you can run Jutoh 2.29 on it - the first time Jutoh has run on an ARM processor. Also, it's free on this platform! This opens Jutoh up to a wider audience of students, hobbyists and more. Check out this screenshot. Carry your computing environment around with you; edit your books on your TV; enjoy writing with a completely silent computer! That's when it's not serving as a picture frame, media centre, wireless file server, audio book reader, home automation kit, CCTV system or whatever else you decide to do with your Pi.

For the full list of changes in Jutoh 2.29, please see here. To quickly find information on individual features, type keywords into the Search Help field in the Jutoh toolbar.

You can get 2.29 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.28 adds bibliography tools

January 31st, 2015

Check out the new bibliography tools in Jutoh 2.28 - Jutoh can now read citations from DOCX and ODT files, and you can edit bibliographic databases associated with projects. Generate a bibliography section formatted using scripts in the new bibliography formatting language, which you can edit and test to get just the style you need. For more information about this, see the help topic "Building a bibliography", or in the Jutoh book, Chapter 11: Working with Indexes.

Also in 2.28, text box fans can easily remove text boxes from around content and use box styles in shortcuts and favourites. Plus renaming styles offers the option to update the project with the new style name. There are various other fixes and improvements which are listed here.

You can get 2.28 from the Download page.

Jutoh 2.17 adds support for SVG and MathML

June 26th, 2014

Jutoh's newest feature is the drawing object, which gives the author the choice of outputting a bitmap, an SVG image, or MathML code, depending on the target ebook format and platform. From the drawing object properties, you can edit, import, export and preview the image. Edit your image or formula in a helper application, such as Inkscape, GIMP or LibreOffice/OpenOffice Math, and reimport it into Jutoh with the click of a button. Copy formulae from a Word document, or import a whole ODT document full of MathML or SVG images.

Jutoh 2.17 is available from the Download page. All changes in this release are documented here.

Jutoh 2.15 and print-on-demand

May 26th, 2014

Jutoh 2.15 is available from the Download page, and adds the ability to export to ODT with page styles, including headers and footers. A print-friendly table of contents is also generated if you are using the advanced table of contents feature. So now you can export to ODT and create a PDF file without needing to clean up the TOC and page styles every time - great for print-on-demand and other applications needing a PDF file.

Jutoh 2.15 also introduces the Quick Convert command for importing existing word processor files without having to step through the New Project wizard. A new project compression option helps keep the size of your Jutoh projects down; table editing has been improved; conforming to Lulu requirements is now easier; and a partial German translation has been added.

Other fixes and enhancements are documented here.

Jutoh 2 officially released

March 4th, 2014

Jutoh 2.10 is now the official Jutoh version. These are some of the many features that Jutoh 2 adds to Juth 1:

  • tables and boxes import and creation;
  • fixed layout ebook creation;
  • floating images, text boxes and tables;
  • the ability to synchronise narration with content by generating SMIL files (iBooks fixed layout and Epub 3);
  • quick web browser preview of the current book section;
  • advanced properties added to many dialogs, to allow more powerful HTML/Epub 3 output;
  • tag objects allowing more advanced markup, supported by a new Object Palette;
  • an Inspector Palette listing important aspects of your document, such as bookmarks and images;
  • many document import and ebook generation improvements.
We think Jutoh 2 will make your ebook editing experience smoother and more enjoyable, as well as allowing you to create the kinds of ebook that you couldn't before.

Head over to Downloads to get your copy of Jutoh 2.

Jutoh 2 Preview: now with tables and boxes!

November 25th, 2013

Progress on Jutoh 2 continues apace, and we're very pleased to say that we finally have table and text box support in place from Jutoh 2.06. Jutoh 2 can import tables and text boxes from DOCX, ODT and HTML/Epub files, and export to HTML/Epub/Kindle and ODT files.

The Jutoh 2 preview release is now stable enough to be used in projects, so do give it a go. The official release will be a free upgrade to all users early in 2014. We will retain acess to the older version.

Jutoh 2 Preview ready for download

March 23th, 2013

If you're feeling adventurous, you can now try out the Jutoh 2 preview release. The main feature added by Jutoh 2 is the ability to create fixed layout ebooks, something that a lot of people have requested. We'll be releasing Jutoh 2 officially early in 2014.

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Jutoh on CBS news!

December 13th, 2012

CBS's 'Sunday Morning' programme did a piece on self-publishing on 9th December; at 1 minute 25s there are some shots of Jutoh helping the best-selling novelist Stephanie Bond convert her books to Kindle format. Cool!

Jutoh 1.60

November 24th, 2012

In 1.60, we say goodbye to Windows 2000 support since we are now using a newer compiler that doesn't support it - let us know if that is a problem for you. But W2K is now over 12 years and I think most people have upgraded. Version 1.60b0 is the last with support for Windows 2000, and can still be downloaded here

1.60 adds a new configuration property, "Use generic font names", which when disabled together with "Use font names", will remove all font names from the ebook file. For Kindle users, this means that fonts can be customised, which is not the case when font names have been specified in the book.

Several DOCX import glitches have been fixed, and a couple of Mac and Ubuntu bugs fixed. For more details, please see What's New.

Jutoh 1.57 and the new formatting palette

October 3rd, 2012

Good news for style enthusiasts - Jutoh now has a formatting palette that has the capabilities of the current editing toolbar and much more. The usual tools are on the Tools tab, and the available styles are shown in the Styles tab. Jutoh describes the style(s) at the cursor to make it much easier to see what formatting has been applied to your document, and you can easily apply and edit styles. Finally, the Favourites tab shows all your favourite commands, styles and symbols, ready to be applied with a double-click.

There are many more features and bug fixes in Jutoh 1.57, including an iBooks image optimization, Epub 3 output fixes, provision of the latest version EpubCheck, control of some Jutoh warnings in Advanced Settings, help window font customisation persistence, and more. Please see What's New for details.

Jutoh 1.56 and DOCX import

August 22nd, 2012

At last, you can import directly from Microsoft Word XML (DOCX) files. If you have an older version of Word, you can download the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats which adds the ability to open and save DOCX files.

There are many more features and bug fixes in Jutoh 1.56, including improved Save As behaviour, cover design extraction after DOCX/ODT import, the ability to insert SVG images, a justify toolbar button, new Document Cleanup colour removal options, and much more. Please see What's New for details.

Jutoh 1.53 and Jutoh Plus

April 21st, 2012

We're very pleased to announce Jutoh Plus, a new edition of Jutoh especially for publishers who have to deal with a large number of ebooks. The scripting facility will help import, create and modify ebooks without interacting with the Jutoh GUI. You can upgrade to Jutoh Plus if this meets your needs, and there's a new ebook documenting Jutoh Plus features: A Guide to Jutoh Plus.

Jutoh 1.53 is a free update that brings further benefits, including: a Copy Documents command to speed up copying between projects; top and bottom margin configuration for Epub; a configuration option for suppressing hyphenation for specified styles; further compilation warnings; a French translation thanks to French translation by Véran Desjardins; and some bug fixes. See What's New for details.

We've also added some notes on Installing Kindlegen and Kindle Previewer, since this can sometimes be the cause of frustration.

A new Jutoh for Kindle guide

January 4th, 2012

Happy New Year to all! Jon Donahue has written an excellent Formatting for Kindle. This concise guide covers the basic aspects of formatting and shows off what Jutoh can do. Highly recommended.

Jutoh is now at version 1.43, with new features such as the ability to show hidden URLs in generated ODT files, the option to open a file as read-only to stop accidental edits, and various new configuration properties for fine-tuning output.

1.38 release, and a new book

October 26th, 2011

We are very pleased to announce Jutoh 1.38, with new features including navigation controls for the HTML format, so you can add your book to your web site. You can see this in action here. Other features include assistance for installing Kindlegen, and better error handling (most errors can be diagnosed within Jutoh now). For a full list of changes in this release, please see What's New.

We also excited to announce a free ebook that should help you get the most out of Jutoh: Creating Great Ebooks Using Jutoh. It's packed with detailed advice on Jutoh features, how to troubleshoot problems with your book, how to install and configure Jutoh, and how to market your book once you've got it finished. Feel free to distribute this book to your friends and colleagures. The Jutoh book is of course written entirely within Jutoh, so it serves as an example of what's possible.

Jutoh on the CHIP Magazine cover disk

October 10th, 2011

The November edition of CHIP Magazine carries Jutoh on its cover DVD, so we hope that with a circulation of 420,000 per month, this introduces Jutoh to a whole new set of authors.

1.17 release

September 23rd, 2010

Jutoh can now manage footnotes and alphabetical index entries - you can import these from an ODT file or create them within Jutoh. A new Update Book command makes it easy to update your table of contents, endnotes and index all in one go, and non-fiction authors in particular are going to save a lot of time creating these pages. Also in this release, we have horizontal rules, easy Smashwords support through a ready-made configuration, better progress dialogs, improvements in import, and various other small changes. I hope you like the new features! For a full list of changes, please see What's New.

1.12 release

August 17th, 2010

I know it's only been a week since the last update, but 1.12 has loads of good stuff worth the upgrade. I'm particularly pleased with the new Epub source viewer, which can be launched after you've found errors in your Epub using EpubCheck. You can see the errors in context which should speed up diagnosis of EpubCheck's rather obscure messages. There are performance improvements and various bug fixes, and importing bookmarks and links now works in ODT. For a full list of changes, please see What's New.

1.11 release

August 10th, 2010

In Version 1.11, importing from ODT and HTML has been improved, including image resizing on import, better style naming, and better HTML link import. Various other bugs have been fixed; for a full list of changes, please see What's New.

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Jutoh reviewed in the Australian Financial Review

July 27th, 2010

Peter Moon of the Australian Financial Review has written a nice piece about Jutoh. You need a subscription to read the article, but here's my favourite bit:

"We hit the Google trail in search of e-book enlightenment. If it wasn't for Jutoh, we'd still be in the dark."

It's good to hear about Jutoh helping people to get started with epublishing. Do let us know about your own experiences!

1.09 release

July 20th, 2010

Version 1.09 sees a few new features and some important bug fixes to link functionality. If you manually added page links in Jutoh 1.08, the link is incorrectly stored in the page, causing problems in the resulting book, but in 1.09 you can correct old links simply by clicking on them and pressing OK. It's now much easier to change or remove a page link, and linked text will take the current "Internet link" character style attributes.

We've also added custom metadata, for those with more advanced metadata needs, plus some customisations for the Epub spine section.

New mailing list

June 21st, 2010

There's now a mailing list, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/anthemion-writingtools, for asking technical support questions and sharing information about Jutoh. For details about how to subscribe, see the Support page.

1.07 release

June 21st, 2010

We've made a lot of improvements to Version 1.07, include the ability to create your own links between sections (for example, custom contents pages), and splitting a file by title as well as style. A number of bugs affecting epubcheck verification have fixed, and HTML import has been improved. See What's New for the full list of changes.

First official release

May 13th, 2010

Version 1.01 is our first official release, with an introductory pricing offer until June 15th. We enjoyed getting this far, and we hope Jutoh is a helpful addition to the world of Epub.

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