This release introduces our custom installers, adds support for FileMaker 14, and addresses problems with licensing, file extensions and encodings, and picture link generation.
This release adds support for just-released InDesign CC 2015 and abandons Extension Manager CC in favor of, for now, a manual installation procedure (see below).
This patch release includes a number of file handling improvements.
This minor release finds and updates links nested within a frame, fixes ODBC exports of long fields to Microsoft Excel, and lets Mac users select any file in the DD and data file dialogs.
This release fixes a problem with international price styling.
This patch release improves compatibility with InDesign CC and InDesign CC 2014 on Windows.
This release adds compatibility with InDesign CC 2014 and a few fixes.
This release of Xcatalog adds support for QuarkXPress 10 (Windows only, for the moment), discontinues support for QuarkXPress 8, and includes a number of improvements.
This patch release addresses a couple of problems found when working with tags using indirect keys.
This patch release includes a fix for a problem that could cause InDesign to shut down in some OS X 10.6 and 10.7 configurations.
This patch release of InCatalog adds support for FileMaker Pro 13.
After a painfully long time in the works, we are pleased to be able to finally announce the availability of InCatalog for InDesign CC.
This release of InCatalog adds key from text ^, handles pasted links better, and makes several other improvements.
This release of InCatalog adds support for a keyboard shortcuts-based auto-tag’n’update-style workflow, includes a fix for where tags could spontaneously appear in tables, and addresses various issues with link markers, empty links, empty keys, and ODBC updating.
This patch release of Xcatalog fixes a DD selection problem introduced in the 3.5.3 release.
This patch release of Xcatalog addresses an issue with FileMaker Pro 12 and adds support for the picture tool while tagging.
This patch release of InCatalog fixes issues with FileMaker Pro 12 and text pasted into existing links.
This release of InCatalog adds support for InDesign CS6, officially ends support for CS4, improves compatibility with InDesign’s Smart Text Reflow and fixes issues with InDesign-flavored tagged text.
Where to Ski and Snowboard is the British skier’s “bible”—a comprehensive and detailed annual guidebook running to 700 pages, covering of all the major ski resorts in Europe and North America. It was first published in 1994, became an annual publication a few years later and is now in its 15th edition.
We’re happy to announce the immediate availability of InCatalog 8.2.9 beta 1 for Adobe InDesign CS6.
This patch release fixes a problem with the handling of special “start file” tags in InDesign Tags-tagged fields.
This patch release fixes a problem with truncated keys and improves product stability.
This patch release fixes compatibility issues with InCopy, InDesign libraries, CJK languages and the indent-to-here character.
This Xcatalog patch release addresses problems with indent-to-here characters and corrupt links.
This minor release of Xcatalog improves the compatibility of text links with copying and pasting.
This release of InCatalog improves link editing at an insertion point, and fixes several bugs.
This release adds compatibility for Adobe’s 7.5.1 update to InDesign CS5.5, improves scripting support and fixes some minor problems.
This release of Xcatalog adds support for QuarkXPress 9 to that for QuarkXPress 8 and drops support for both QuarkXPress 6 and 7.
This maintenance release addresses issues with styled prices and ODBC connectivity.
The latest InDesign Secrets podcast—from David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion—talks at some length about both InCatalog and InData. (The lead-in to our products starts around 11:00, but the whole podcast is gold for data publishers.)
These podcasts are always great, but this one is particularly relevant to anyone interested in our products.
One nit, though: David talks about InCatalog being the big brother of InData, which isn’t quite true: it’s more like a brother who does something fairly distinct but complementary. (InData builds, InCatalog links, very roughly.)
This minor release addresses an issue with scripted udpates.
This release provides a UI fix for folks using the X qualifier and sets the default ODBC character encoding, if not otherwise specified by the % qualifier, to UTF-8.
This minor release addresses problems with subfields and tagged text and completes InCatalog’s adoption of Unicode.
This release adds picture positioning options, improves compatibility with legacy documents and fixes issues with nested styles, scripting and the tagger palette.
This release adds picture positioning options, improves compatibility with legacy documents and fixes issues with subfields and the ODBC Login dialog.
This minor release adds control over master pages updating, improves type on a path support and addresses UI issues.
This release of InCatalog for InDesign adds support for InDesign CS5 to that for CS4, drops support for CS2/CS3, adds full XPress-tagged text support bi-directionally without needing our Xtags product, adds anchored text frame support in Xtags, changes the link markers to display as brackets (like in Xcatalog), adds link markers for tagged page items, merges the Pro and non-Pro binaries, adds support for abitrary per-field or all-field WHERE clause prefixes when using ODBC, adds full Unicode support when communicating with FileMaker, and fixes some long-standing bugs.
These notes cover all the InCatalog 4/5/6 release series.
This set of release notes covers the whole Xcatalog 6/7/8 series.
Important: versions prior to 6/7/8.3.2 will not recognize or display links created in 6/7/8.3.2 (or later) due to the addition of full Unicode support in the 6/7/8.3.2 release. This means that if one person updates from 6/7/8.3.1 (or older), everyone with whom they share documents will need to update their copy of Xcatalog as well.
These notes cover all the InCatalog 4/5 series releases.
These notes cover all the InCatalog 3/4 release series.
This set of release notes covers the whole Xcatalog 6/7 series.
These release notes cover the entire Xcatalog 4/6 series.
These release notes cover the entire InCatalog 2/3 series.