Michael de Vreugd

Fonto 8.5: Summer is here and so is our latest release

This year’s summertime release introduces an often-asked feature in the form of the new placeholder family and while this release can’t offer you anything in the form of a refreshment to deal with the summer heat it does offer a refresh of our context menus.  This release also features something “hot” for all the developers

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Fonto 8.4: Steady as she goes

Our first release of the year is a more subdued one as we continue to work on previously announced, and heavily anticipated, features such as right to left support (RTL), table diffing and other diff visualization changes. A lot of under-the-hood maintenance work has been done, and we concluded many long-term configuration experiments. Additionally, you

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Fonto 8.2 is out right now

As the days once again grow shorter and darker, it is time for another release of Fonto. For this release, we maintained the focus on making improvements instead of adding new features. This doesn’t mean there aren’t any new things to find, you will notice some of the outline is now sticky when scrolling, and

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Fonto 8.1 is now available

The latest release of Fonto focuses primarily on improving what was already in place. After our first major release in over four years, we decided to take a release worth of time to ensure we could further polish and optimize the work that was done previously. This includes, based on your feedback, improvements to our

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Fonto 8.0 is up for grabs

It is with pride and excitement that we introduce our 8.0 release. However, we haven’t kept this excitement a secret over the last couple of weeks as we released a series of blog posts highlighting our 8.0 release. Moving our outline to the left of the screen. Introducing balloons. Adding support for TypeScript to allow

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Fonto 6.11.0

This release is a small but exciting one as it includes a long requested feature. It enables you to reply to comments when using our “Track changes” and “Changes & comments review sidebar” add-ons. Additionally we’ve added a new configuration option that should help boost the performance of your editor instance when used. Reply to

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Fonto 6.10.0

Release 6.10.0 is the start of transitioning the UI of the editor itself from Angular to React and we took this chance to change and improve some of it. Additionally we now offer an API comparable to the CVK families to configure lists. Do note that this release also removes certain API’s for which we

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