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22/12/2014

To make it even easier to keep up with what’s new in 4D documentation, these release notes point out the latest corrections and changes in the online documentation that you may have missed. They highlight updated information that is not covered by our regular upgrade manuals.
The edits included are sometimes due to documentation errors (rare as they may be), or are just to provide additional details that were missing. 

 

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22/12/2014

To make it even easier to keep up with what’s new in 4D documentation, these release notes point out the latest corrections and changes in the online documentation that you may have missed. They highlight updated information that is not covered by our regular upgrade manuals.
The edits included are sometimes due to documentation errors (rare as they may be), or are just to provide additional details that were missing. 

 

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26/03/2014

We're adapting 4D's documentation to accompany the Continuous Delivery Program for 4D applications. Here’s how it will work.

 

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20/01/2011

Due to popular demand, we are pleased to announce that 4D documentation is now available in PDF format. You can download PDF versions from the Doc Center homepage or directly on our FTP site.

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24/11/2010

The documentation got a little ahead of itself: in the 4D addendum v12.1, we announced a reorganization of 4D HTML tags, with the arrival of the 4D TEXT and 4DHTML tags (see section Renaming 4D HTML tags).

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13/04/2010

4D Doc Center is constantly changing so as to better meet the needs of 4D developers.  Already, several new functions are available so that you can customize page display and access to information: you can choose the number of columns displayed, the display of the syntax, the text contrast and you can add your own tags. However, in order to take advantage of all these functions, you will first need to identify yourself.

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01/04/2010

The link to the new documentation, which can be activated from 4D's Method Editor or Explorer, and defined by language preferences (see F1 Help) now accepts a language code as a parameter.

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