Malformed input RTF for the ScroogeXHTML convert method may cause unexpected errors, exceptions, or empty output documents. If you need to see and verify the RTF code which is actually sent to the convert() method, you may add this code just before the conversion: The RTF will be written to a new file in the … Continue reading HOW-TO: Save the input RTF to a file
If you wish to open a support case for the ScroogeXHTML library, please send your bug report or feature request to email@example.com. The Habarisoft issue tracker system (powered by FogBugz) will send an automated reply to you, including a link which allows you to check the issue status. If your case is not covered by … Continue reading ScroogeXHTML Support Cases
Version 8.0 of the RTF (Rich Text) to HTML5 and XHTML converter library ScroogeXHTML for the Java™ platform is now available. New features in 8.0 New FontReplacing interface and FontReplacer property New FontStatisticsCollecting interface and FontStatistics property Improved table cell border conversion Improved paragraph border conversion MergeBorderDivNodes, a post-processor example class for paragraph border cleanup … Continue reading ScroogeXHTML for the Java™ platform 8.0 released
Version 8.0.RC1 of the RTF (Rich Text) to HTML5 and XHTML converter library ScroogeXHTML for the Java™ platform is now available for registered users. New features in 8.0.MS4 improved border detection for table cells property ConvertIndent default value was documented 'false' but implemented as 'true', fixed to match documentation post-processor support class for paragraph border … Continue reading ScroogeXHTML for the Java™ platform 8.0 release candidate
The new Indie Edition of ScroogeXHTML for the Java™ platform is available now for small companies and freelancers. It is binary equivalent to the Jar Edition of the converter library, including all files of the Jar Edition and one year free basic support.