Acrolinx releases Version 2.10 Features include new oXygen XML Editor support Acrolinx has introduced Version 2.10 of its content optimization software, which offers new support for the oXygen XML editor, enhanced support for user authentication and terminology contribution, as well as other new features. All Acrolinx customers will receive this release as part of their maintenance and support service.
Further, the new version is said to make it easier to upgrade by allowing customers to overlay their own configuration changes on top of Acrolinx-provided configuration files, instead of changing those files directly.
Highlights for Version 2.1 include:
- support for oXygen XML editor—integration with Versions 13.2 and 14.0 of the oXygen XML editor and certification to run on Windows;
- enterprise terminology contribution—a separate option to allow anyone in the organization to suggest new terminology and submit comments on existing terminology;
- Java authentication and authorization service— makes external authentication easier to configure and extends the authentication technologies that Acrolinx supports;
- MySQL database for terminology; and
- RSS feed of terminology changes.