The following items have been addressed in version 4.017 with EDITOR.EXE (05/08/95):

 Fix problem where using the XX (accent) function caused a    program lockup - BUG13529.
 Added # argument to Counter (Cn) command to suppress counter  display. ( will print, but not display.
 Increased the programs capacity for handling heavily    footnoted documents.
 Fixed problem where using wildcards in Change (CH,CI,CV)    command produced incorrect results.
 Fixed problem where the position of the cursor was incorrect  when mode (MDBO, etc.) commands were put into a document,    causing subsequent text to be input in the incorrect mode.

The following items have been addressed in version 4.016 with EDITOR.EXE (10/05/94):

 Fixed problem where hyphenation breakpoints set in the    exception diction would not take effect - TTG BUG13477.
 Fixed problem where initial-capped words from the personal    dictionary were not provided as alternatives to questioned    word - TTG BUG13472.
 Fixed problem where superscripted (bracket) characters did    not display in graphic view - TTG BUG13502.
 Fixed problem to provide appropriate amount of decimals    during summation - TTG BUG13486.
 Fixed problem where change-case of characters stored to disk  did not write the characters out to disk with the change -    TTG BUG13475.
 Fixed problem where importing a database file haulted the    program - TTG BUG13515.
 Revised XPL code to check for duplicate style names under    the (define styles) dialog box.
 Fixed XPL code under the Define styles, use typeface menu    option.  When you had a PostScript printer file loaded    (which does not use symbol sets), the style would be created  with (SY="blank").
 Fixed code (erroneous "Putc" command) under Import,    Spreadsheet which caused hard crash.

The following items have been addressed in version 4.016D with EDITOR.EXE (9/08/94):

 Fixed problem where loading certain III Plus supported help   frames (i.e., Type-B and Type-F) showed the smiley faces    (ASCII 2) within the window frame.
 Fixed problem where loading Type-1 (III Plus supported) help  frames failed to function.
 Several internal GC (General Counsel) modifications have    been added.  These do not affect standard usage of the    product.

The following items have been addressed in version 4.016C with EDITOR.EXE (6/08/94):

 Fixed problem of printing a page range with a document that   includes line numbers.  DESCRIPTION - If you print a page    from a document that includes line numbers, the line    numbering will count from the last number at the bottom of    the document.  For example, if you have a four page document  and the last line in the document ends with 100 and you just  print page two, the top of page two will start with 101.  If  you print the whole document it prints fine - BUG13645.

The following items have been addressed in version 4.016B with EDITOR.EXE (5/13/94):

 Fixed problem with defining and deleting text in Page-Line    view.  DESCRIPTION - With DT=2 (page-line view), if you    define a 20K block of text and try to rub it out with    SHIFT+F12, the text remains on the screen and it appears    that the system is locked up.  Pressing normal function keys  does not respond.  If you refresh your screen by toggling    CTRL+F8, the block of text vanishes and you're back in    business - BUG12166.
 Fixed problem of text not printing on the same line it was    displayed on in page-line view.  For example, we have a    document that on page two the last line is "The second    interpretation claims that judgements of value as".  If I    print page two, the line mentioned above is printed on the    second to last line of that page instead of the last line of  that page as it was displayed in page-line view- BUG13366.
 Fixed problem with deleting a specific index code in    expanded view, then changing into draft view and getting a    QEMM exception error.  For example, we have a document that   on page two has a line that reads "Two heads..." which is at  the beginning of a line which has some index code.  If you    press CTRL+DEL to remove the code up to the word "Gains" and  then go into draft view, you'll get the QEMM exception    error. - BUG13433.
 Fixed problem with entering carriage returns via record    keystrokes and entering carriage returns via scroll lock    yielding different results - BUG13180.
 Fixed problem with the footnote format numbering style    command being inserted with a numeric convention rather than  a mode convention.  DESCRIPTION - When inserting a footnote   format from the menus with a numbering style for the    footnote numbers, the SC command was being inserted with    numeric conventions (SC=0 or SC=247) instead of mode    conventions (SC=NM or SC=SU) - BUG13630.
 Fixed problem with Advanced/Preferences/Defaults/Spelling    inserting a SX02,@IN onto the command line or inserted into   your document.  DESCRIPTION - If you go into   Advanced/Preferences/Defaults/Spelling and press OK,    SX02,@IN will get inserted on the command line or will get    inserted into your document if you have a document open -    BUG13611.
 Fixed problem of not being able to create snaking columns or  a column table with default HY=1.  DESCRIPTION - When trying  to create a snaked column from the menus with default HY=1,   you get the message "Cannot create columns in a table".  If   you try to create a column table from the menus, the sidebar  that appears shows Edit instead of Create - BUG13615.
 Fixed problem with defining text that includes a couple of    carriage returns and the second carriage return not showing   as being defined.  This only happened in graphic view -    BUG13644.

The following items have been addressed in version 4.016A with EDITOR.EXE (4/28/94):

 Fixed problem with column table rows that span across    multiple pages.
 Added a new way to use the DC command.  If you include a    caret after the equals sign, you can redefine a counter    format without incrementing it.  This is useful when you   want to use Roman Numerals as the top level heading (as in    Section III), but want to use arabic numerals for lower    level headings (as in Section 3.1,3.1.1).