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    <h3 id="announcement20090620"><a href="installation/">Annozilla 0.7.0, annotations 0.4.0 released</a></h3>
    <p>Annozilla 0.7.0 and annotations 0.4.0 have been released for Firefox 3/3.5.
    The installation instructions and user manual will continue to be updated.</p>
    <p>Firefox users can use the automatic update facility to get these new versions.</p>
    <p>New features in the 0.7 build:
    <li>"Scroll Into View" for annotations from the sidebar
    <li>Existing "annotate" context menu item split into Annotate selection/Annotate page
    <li>Keyboard shortcut for "Delete annotation" from sidebar
    <li>Highlighting of annotations in document
    <li>Asynchronous load of annotations improves app responsivity during load
    <li>New "stop load" feature during resolution of annotations
    <li>Quick access to options from sidebar
    <li>Full tabbed browsing support
    <li>"Reply" functionality (Remote Server only)
    <li>Confirmation when closing an editor window with unsaved changes
    <li>Preferences wizard for easy first-time setup
    <li>Authentication is left to the browser

<p id="intro">This is the <b>Annozilla</b> project, designed to view and
create annotations associated with a web page, as defined by the <a
href="">W3C Annotea project</a>. The idea is to
store annotations as RDF on a server, using XPointer (or at least XPointer-like
constructs) to identify the region of the document being annotated.</p>
<p>The intention of Annozilla is to use Mozilla's native facilities to
manipulate annotation data - its built-in RDF handling to parse the
annotations, and nsIXmlHttpRequest to submit data when creating
<p>To use Annozilla, you will need to <a href="installation/">install the
packages</a>, get set up with a user account with an annotation server <a
href="">(e.g., the W3C test server)</a>, and then
you should be ready to start using the extension. There is a <a href="manual/en-US/index.xhtml">draft
of a manual</a> available on this site to describe how to use the extension. Please
feel free to address any comments on this manual to the <a href="/list.html">mailing list</a>.</p>


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            <li>June 20 2009 - releases for Firefox 3 and 3.5
            <li>May 26 2009 - beta releases for Firefox 3 and 3.5
            <li>August 30 2008 - latest alpha releases for Firefox 3
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        <p><b>Project owner:</b><br>
        Matthew Wilson</p>
        C. Greg Hagerty<br>
        Doug Daniels<br>
        Jeffrey Phillips<br>
        Dr. Katsuhiko Tsujino</p>
        <p><b>Annotation icons</b><br>
        &copy; W3C
        <p><b>Thanks to:</b><br>
        Mike Lee (<a href="">mozblog</a>)</p>

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<p><b><i>Please use the <a href="bugs.html">bug reporting mechanism</a> or
        the <a href="list.html">mailing list</a> to discuss Annozilla.</i></b></p>

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