JSesh is used and supported by the IFAO .
JSesh is featured on sun's swing sightings previews 23!
Brill has published a font family for its publications.
I have just downloaded LibreOffice 3.4.3 (one of the versions of OpenOffice). And I am very pleased.
At last, the hieroglyphs are antialiased.
Suppose you want to use JSesh as a library in your own maven projects.
This release is mainly a bug fix.
* Most important feature : fixed a bug probably introduced with JSesh 6.0 :
In recent versions of JSesh, when a sign is selected in the palette by using a "phonetic" code, the software freezes when one clicks on the hieroglyph in the palette in order to insert it in JSesh.
avoid using phonetic codes in the palette ? (or await the bug fix, next week).
(Solved in 6.3.3)
Louvre C14 Stela text, displayed using the new JSesh "justification" system.
MdC code like
won't render correctly in PDF output, with "gray" shading (you should get a shaded owl, and you get a gray square).
Solved in version 5.7 for free groups, which were the actual problem pointed out to me: shading is always placed below the rest (forgot to test it for m##//).
A possible solution is to draw the shading first, like this : //##m, or to use other kinds of shadings (the quadrant shading and the "sign" menu shading work fine).