Gnome Subtitles 0.0.3
Posted on: 11/04/2006 01:09 PM

Gnome Subtitles is a subtitle editor for the Gnome desktop. It supports the most common subtitle formats and allows for subtitle editing, conversion and synchronization.

* About: http://gsubtitles.sourceforge.net/about
* Screenshots: http://gsubtitles.sourceforge.net/screenshots
* Download: http://gsubtitles.sourceforge.net/download


What's new?
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- Added Bold, Italic and Underline buttons to the toolbar
- New keyboard shortcuts:
* Ctrl+B - Toggle Bold style
* Ctrl+I - Toggle Italic style
* Ctrl+U - Toggle Underline style
* Ctrl+PageUp - Select the previous subtitle, when editing a subtitle
* Ctrl+PageDown - Select the next subtitle, when editing a subtitle
- Added dialog to handle file opening errors
- Improved Save dialog:
* Selects the subtitle format being used
* If it's the first save of a file, it selects SubRip or MicroDVD
according to the timing mode in use
* Adds the correct extension to the file if the user doesn't insert it
* Updates the typed extension when changing the subtitle format
- Improved Bug Report Window to include the Gnome Subtitles and SubLib versions
- Improved About dialog
- Updated bug/feature request links to point to the now used GNOME bugzilla
- Changed compiler to use gmcs (C# 2.0) instead of mcs

Bug fixes:
- Frame rate menus not being correctly set when using undo/redo.
- Crash at open subtitle (old tracker #1577626)



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