You can now edit the values of tables, as an actual table, directly from within Assemble Document, when you select a clause that contains repeating list datafields.
Cards, questions, change-sets and changes can now be operated on inbulk.
You can select multiple items at once by holding Shift for consecutive selections or Alt (Option on Mac) for adding or removing a single item.
Once multiple items selected, you can copy, paste or cut them all at once.
Many options (e.g., color of a card, indentation of a question, …) can be set for all selected items at once.
Conditions can be pasted and removed for multiple items at once.
A new “checks” panel has been added, which shows a constantly-updated overview of errors in the Q&A. For the moment, only two checks are performed, but new ones will be added over time:
Missing translations in certain languages (e.g., if a card’s title is missing for French)
Incomplete conditions (e.g., a condition “question visible?”, while the question itself is not specified)
A new “dependencies” panel has been added, which allows you to see which cards / questions / predefined values / change-sets / changes depend on a certain item.
For example, if card A is referenced in the conditions of question B and predefined value C, then this new panel allows you to easily get an overview of all those dependencies. In complex Q&As, with many interdependencies between items, this will greatly speedup some searches.
New special functions
@marginal, which can be used to insert marginal numbers (i.e., consecutive numbers for paragraphs — “randnummers” in Dutch).
The import mode received several productivity updates:
In the concepts pane, you can now see all the usages of that concept (whether as a definition target, as a defined term, used through its datafields, etc.). You can then click on these usages to immediately scroll to that occurrence.
In case of missing concepts or cross-references, you are now suggested to go to the relevant sub-panel through a handy button.
Definitions and definition-lists are now clearly indicated as such in the document editor.
You can now click on an icon (magnifying icon) to scroll to the clause you are editing.
Instead of using concepts (§#concept) for cross-references, you can now also use the lighter structure of a tag (§tag). The cross-references pane has been updated to reflect this.
In the cross-references pane, there is an extra column that allows you to get a popup with all the paragraphs that have a cross-reference to the specified target.
The styling settings for the capitalisation of concept-labels can now be differentiated per language. You can, for example, specify that English documents should use ALL CAPITALS for their concept-labels, while French documents should use a single capital.