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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 2023 (previous years' release notes can be found here).


May 31, 2023  (XE3 build 23942)


The user interface of the character map dialog was modified to make it clear when a change to the displayed font was possible (when called from the tools menu of the main window) and when it was not (when used to select one or more specific characters, such as when specifying token translations or the default symbols of a holidays set).


Added the run-time message 187510 to warn you that a page's minimal date cannot be ascertained and to prevent errors due to invalid dates being used to process the tokens of that page (Lecas, 26-may-2023).


April 30, 2023  (XE3 build 23897)


Q++Studio supports the latest version of QuarkXPress 2023 (version 19.1 of April 2023), as well as all versions from QuarkXPress 5 to QuarkXPress 2022.


March 31, 2023  (XE3 build 23859)


The minicalendar modifiers used to format @ $$ and w# using macros would not properly identify and process multiple macro indices (Yangjisa, 25-mar-2023).

Fixed a rarely occurring bug in the handling of variable name holidays whose name depends on both the holiday date being moved (or duplicated) and the name depending on what weekday (or day of the month) that the moved or duplicated date falls on (17-mar-2023).

Fixed a bug in the optimization of the macro compiler's handling of multiple sequential integer differences (Geigers, 2-mar-2023).


January 31, 2023  (XE3 build 23712)


Support for Windows XP has ended.


Fixed a scanning error that would occur when using QuarkXPress 2022, ever since the release of QuarkXPress 2023 (Biella, 26-jan-2023).


Previous Years


See also: release notes 1999-2022.


Topic 151700, last updated on 27-May-2023