Acrolinx Java SDK - Version 3.5 (6 April 2016)
This is a minor release but it also includes a few other improvements, bug fixes, and updates.
Rebranded Acrolinx Logo and Icons
We've updated all icon images and the Acrolinx logo that appear in the product. We will provide any newly rebranded toolbar images upon your request.
We've added the Acrolinx score to the embedded checking status
When enabling the option to embed the checking status into the checked document, we now also embed the newer Acrolinx score (sometimes referred to as the "quality score"). The embedded metadata now looks something like this:
acro_status Date = 09/04/15 ,Time = 18:48:17, spelling = 370, grammar = 0, style = 68, DeprecatedTerms = 0, ValidTerms = 0, AdmittedTerms = 0, total = 438, score = 8690, status = red, AcrolinxScore = 52
Generate JSON Scorecard
You can now optionally get a scorecard in JSON format when using the Java SDK.
Swing Dialog Images Now Resize to Fit Menu or Toolbar Buttons
We changed the Swing GUI components so the dialog images now resize automatically to fit the menu or toolbar buttons. The minimum size for the image is set to 16px.
We've removed support for JDK 1.6. We now only support JDK 1.7.
Notable Bug Fixes
Increased the size of the Options dialog
We made the options dialog bigger (480x600px) so all options are correctly displayed on Mac OS X.
Context-specific rules based on XML attribute values didn't work
Previoulsy, Acrolinx did not correctly extract attribute information. This bug prevented some context-specific rules from working correctly. The Java SDK now extracts all
Only merging contexts, if attributes are same.
Previously <a>1</a><a b="x">2</a> for the text '12' the context had been merged to one 'a' context. Now '1' will have context 'a' and '2' context 'a b="x"'.
Improved Replace All Suggestions Feature
Previously, if you inserted a suggestion to replace all in whole document, if an issue had multiple suggestions, Acrolinx sometimes wrongly inserted the wrong suggestion. We improved this feature so Acrolinx now should always choose the correct suggestion for replace all.
Replace all message now includes an accurate count of what was replaced
If you replace a suggestion in the whole document, Acrolinx displays a message confirming how many times it was replaced. Previously, Acrolinx didn't always provide an accurate number. Now it does.