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-*- outline -*-

* New in XMakemol 5.16

** GL2PS updated to version 1.3.2.

** Export SVG files.

** Fix build problem.

* New in XMakemol 5.15

** GL2PS updated to version 1.2.3.

** Try to place dialogs such that they don't obscure the main window.

* New in XMakemol 5.14

** Exporting XPM files.
Fixed problem with absolute filenames (CVE Reference: CAN-2004-0914).

** Stereo pair rendering.
In addition to the red/blue stereo rendering, eyes-crossed stereo pair
rendering for OpenGL mode is now available.

** GL2PS updated to version 1.2.1.

* New in XMakemol 5.13

** Customizable bounding box.
Bounding box parameters can now be specified in input files using the
BBOX_XYZ keyword to give the minimum and maximum bounding box
coordinates.

** Allow system to be split into molecules.
The start of a new molecule is signified by the keyword MOLECULE on
any atom's input line. Bond and H-bond factors are now split into
independent intermolecular and intramolecular values.

* New in XMakemol 5.12

** Added dialog for scaling coordinates.

* New in XMakemol 5.11

** GL2PS updated to version 1.1.2.

** Increased maximum atom size; allows space-filling like rendering.

* New in XMakemol 5.10

** Render different groups of atoms with different rendering modes.

** GL2PS updated to version 1.0.0.
Allows export of OpenGL scenes to EPS and PDF formats.

** Atom numbers and symbols rendered in OpenGL mode (using GLUT).

* New in XMakemol 5.09

** Updated documentation URL and bug report address.

* New in XMakemol 5.08

** Default rendering mode is now OpenGL without lighting.
This is true when OpenGL support has been built in. non-OpenGL
rendering can be selected from the command line using the -G option.

** Vectors and H-bonds are enabled by default.