Gnome Subtitles 0.1
Posted on: 12/13/2006 05:58 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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This release brings you the result of a major internal refactoring and some useful changes:
* Added find/replace functionality, including searching with regular expressions
* New artwork by Stefan A. Keel (Sak)
* New keyboard shortcuts for the most used features (see the complete list [1]):
- Undo - Ctrl+Z
- Redo - Shift+Ctrl+Z or Ctrl+Y
- Insert Subtitle Before - Shift+Ctrl+Return
- Insert Subtitle After - Ctrl+Return
- Find - Ctrl+F
- Find Previous - Shift+Ctrl+G or Shift+F3
- Find Next - Ctrl+G or F3
- Replace - Ctrl+H
- Help contents - F1
* Now works with the latest mono and gtk-sharp versions
* Updated the way subtitles are selected, focused and scrolled, should have a more natural feel now
* Major global refactoring
* When using "Save As", the current timing mode is updated to that of the new subtitle format

Bug fixes:
* Find and Replace option (#363410)
* "Save as" not working (#382278)
* Close button in "About" window does not work (#383797)
* Ctrl+Up/Down now scrolls too besides selecting the previous/next subtitle

References
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[1] - http://gsubtitles.sf.net/shortcuts

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Pedro Castro
http://mega.ist.utl.pt/~prmc


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