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Below are the release notes that document the new features, improvements and bug fixes that were included in the various releases of the XE3 version of Q++Studio in 2022 (previous years' release notes can be found here).

 

September 20, 2022  (XE3 build 23525)

New

Q++Studio supports the latest version of QuarkXPress 2022 (version 18.6 of September 2022), as well as all versions from QuarkXPress 5 to QuarkXPress 2021.

 

July 31, 2022  (XE3 build 23474)

New

Q++Studio supports the latest version of QuarkXPress 2022 (version 18.5 of July 2022), as well as all versions from QuarkXPress 5 to QuarkXPress 2021.

 

June 30, 2022  (XE3 build 23444)

New

Our worldwide public holidays forecast for Spain now includes detailed region-by-region forecasts of regional Spanish holidays.

Improved

Lowered the level of message 105042 from warning to hint for monthly grids to avoid issuing warning when dealing with German Mehrmonatskalender.

Fixed

In some cases, the all dates of spread current week formatting would not be applied to minicalendar week numbers (JMata, 16-june-2022).

 

May 31, 2022  (XE3 build 23387)

New

Added the possibility of basing a holiday name variation on whether a holiday occurred on a leap year or not.

 

April 30, 2022  (XE3 build 23336)

Improved

Added a detailed example showing how to base an insert on the weekday of a given week number.

 

March 31, 2022  (XE3 build 23268)

Improved

Added a detailed worked-out example of the use of macro colors.

Fixed

When using one of the rules of the holidays rule wizard, the ancestor ID of the source holiday in the holidays manager, if any, would be lost (30-mar-2022).

 

February 28, 2022  (XE3 build 23217)

New

Q++Studio supports the new version of QuarkXPress, QuarkXPress 2022, which was released on February 1st, 2022, as well as all other QuarkXPress versions from QuarkXPress 5 to QuarkXPress 2022, inclusively.

Improved

The newly-announced MABIS-MUIS-JAKIM criteria for determining the hilal at the beginning of the Hijri month have been implemented in the database of worldwide public holidays. This affects the Muslim public holidays of Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. For the moment, we have applied these changes to 2023 and 2024 dates, while we wait for 2023 official data to be released and confirm the announced changes in lunar visibility criteria.

Fixed

Fixed a user interface glitch whereby the displayed description of a variable date recurring holiday would be incomplete if the number of days offset was larger than 7 (Government of New Zealand, 21-feb-2022).

 

Previous Years

 

See also: release notes 1999-2021.

 


Topic 151700, last updated on 20-Sep-2022