Release Notes for Stylus Studio® 2006 Release 3 Home Edition

This document contains information specific to the current release of Stylus Studio® 2006 Release 3, Build 653g, as well as all previously released 653 builds. Consult the Stylus Studio Release Notes that are part of the Stylus Studio 2006 Release 3 installation package for other important information.


Build 653g

Bug Fixes

Stylus Studio® 2006 Release 3 Build 653g includes fixes for the following known bugs:

  • General
    • Support for IE7 Beta — Stylus Studio did not support Internet Explorer 7 Beta and would sometimes crash when previewing transformations.
  • XSLT
    • The built-in processor did not return keys in document order.
    • Stylus Studio used the built-in processor even if the XSLT document was configured to use MSXML 6.0.
    • Using the MSXML 6.0 processor disabled any xsl:include and xsl:import statements by default.

    Build 653e

    Bug Fixes

    Stylus Studio® 2006 Release 3 Build 653e includes fixes for the following known bugs:

  • General
    • XPath Query Editor — The XPath Query Editor was not evaluating XPath expressions relative to the cursor/selection position in the document being queried.
    • Source Control — Stylus Studio would sometimes crash when editing a file under source control.
    • FTP Connections — Stylus Studio would sometimes enter a loop if you tried to connect to a non-existent FTP server.
    • File Explorer — Under certain conditions, Stylus Studio would sometimes display duplicate server names in the File Explorer window.

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