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Midas LSX and Midas C++ API Version 5.60 released

Thu 15 Aug 2019, 01:11 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
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Yesterday, Genii Software released Version 5.60 of the Midas LSX and the Midas C++ API. Both are available for download from the Genii Software website at http://geniisoft.com. While a number of customers have been running for months with pre-release versions, this wraps up the features and bug fixes included in those and adds more. Version 5.60 supports Notes/Domino 6.5.x to 10.x for Windows 32-bit and 64-bit. Support for Linux 32-bit and 64-bit coming next week.
 
A few highlights:
 
  1. Expanded support for active elements in generated HTML/MIME/etc.

    As with tabbed tables and sections, caption table and AdvanceOnClick tables now have support for both full JavaScript and pseudo-class JavaScript renderings so that they will act on the web the way they do in Notes. See the short video at the bottom of the post 
    When low code is no code - saving space for mobile for an example showing AdvanceOnClick tables.
  2. Enhanced support for keyword and other form element rendering to HTML/MIME/etc.

    Whether rendering a form or a forwarded email, keyword fields such as radio buttons and combo boxes and checkboxes will render looking the way they did in Notes.
  3. Support for rendering language tagging in text.

    Whether a word or phrase or multiple paragraphs, when text is tagged with a language, rendered HTML/MIME/etc. will include that language tagging so that screen readers can pronounce it properly and discovery tools that use language can find and identify it properly.
  4. Custom replacement engine for Notes/Domino rendering to rich text

    Due to various bugs and deficiencies, we have incorporated a new internal engine to render a form and its fields to rich text faster, with greater fidelity, and with greater stability. This is largeley hidden, but is most obvious in places such as the Export to CSV used by so many customers to render full documents with their forms to HTML or MIME.
 
New version will work with existing Midas Version 5.x licenses except those no longer under maintenance.

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