Lucide 1.3.1 available
April 21, 2010 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Netlabs.org, Mensys BV and Serenity Systems International are pleased to announce the availability of Lucide 1.3.1.
Lucide is a plugin-based document viewer for eCS with support for various file formats including PDF, Jpg and DjVu.
The most important changes since version 1.2.1 are:
- Renamed "Full screen" mode to "Presentation" mode (activated by F5 now) and renamed "Maximized view" mode to "Full screen" mode (same F11 shortcut), for clarity and similarity with other applications
- Renamed "$switchfullscreen" pipe command to "$presentation".
- Fixed copy to clipboard in presentation mode
- All normal accelerators now work in presentation mode too, including Ctrl-O, Ctrl-+, Ctrl-- and so on.
- Both the full screen and presentation modes can now be closed by Alt-F4.
- The full screen or presentation mode is properly saved when exiting Lucide and restored at startup.
- Pressing the "+/=" key moves to the next page (previously, it was necessary to hold Shift to make it work in many keyboard layouts).
- Unified keyboard navigation in all modes.
- Auto-scroll the index window to make sure the current page is always visible.
- Made Enter submit the edited text in multi-line entry fields.
- Fixed scrolling the document with RMB and enabled it in presentation mode
- PDF plugin: added support for filling forms in PDF documents
- PDF plugin: Poppler library updated to version 0.12.3.
- PDF plugin: freetype library updated to version 2.3.11.
- DJVU plugin: djvulibre updated to version 3.5.22
- Fixed two memory leaks.
More details can be found at:
Lucide as of version 1.3.0 is released and distributed under CDDL/LGPL:
Starting with version 1.3.0 Mensys BV and Serenity Systems International have agreed in opensourcing Lucide, while still investing in the product. Netlabs.org would like to express it's gratitude toward Mensys BV and Serenity Systems International.
Lucide is freely available from:
If you find any bugs please report them to the Netlabs tracking system, found at the same location: svn.netlabs.org/lucide/
Heiko Nitsche published 3rd party plugins for Lucide, based on GBM. They are available from his homepage at: