Bugs bother us, so when they’re brought to our attention, we do our best to fix them. Tarski 1.2.3 is mostly a bug-fixing release, but I’m happy to say it comes with some new features too, albeit not of our making: two new translations, into French by Matthieu Mauduit and into Danish by Henrik Buchwald. Many thanks to both of them for their hard work.
The changelog is briefer than usual, but I like to think this is a good thing: there were fewer things to fix. A couple of them could have been classified as ‘tweaks’, specifically the Internet Explorer issues, but since they broke the proper display of some elements in that browser it seemed more accurate to call them bugs.
If we receive more translations before the next major version comes out, we’d be happy to release another iteration of the 1.2.x branch. All the details, as ever, are on the localisation page. It’s great that Tarski is now available in five languages (other than English), but we’d very much like to add to that. Various feature additions and amendments are planned to improve matters still further on this front, but if you have any suggestions don’t hesitate to post them on the forum.
Thanks again to everyone who’s helped us out with Tarski, particularly those who’ve contributed translations and brought bugs to our attention, and I hope you enjoy using Tarski 1.2.3.
Bugs and suggestions should be posted on the forum.
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