TX Text Control 32.0 provides the following new features:
Footnotes can now be used in a document to explain, comment on, or provide references to something. A footnote consists of a reference mark in the document and the footnote itself appearing at the bottom of the page. The footnote has a footnote mark with the same number as the reference mark. To insert a new note, the Footnote
The Page and the Server
The HTML5 Document Editor has a new render mode. In addition to bitmap-based rendering, the main text editor area can now also be rendered as SVG-based vector data. This accelerates the graphical display in certain situations, such as slow internet connections or high ping times. The preferred render mode can either be selected explicitly or an automatic estimation algorithm can select the used render mode automatically depending on the current network connection conditions and screen resolution. (see TXText
The ribbon bar of the HTML5 Document Editor is now more accessible for screen readers. This is achieved by adding ARIA attributes and roles and in some cases alt and title attributes to the HTML elements that make up the ribbon bar.