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November 15, 2011

Digital Editions 1.8 Preview 2 Now Available on Labs

Digital Editions 1.8 preview 2 (version 1.8.1) is now available to download. This new release includes several new features and bug fixes.

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June 20, 2011

Squiggly en francais? Mais oui! Squiggly Update Released to Labs

Squiggly prerelease 6 has been released with support for French! In addition, we have added support for RichEditableText controls, and the ability to load dictionaries incrementally to avoid any UI freeze at load time. Please see the release notes for more details.

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August 7, 2008

Feedback Requested for Adobe Labs Website

We are collecting requirements for improving the usability, look and feel, and functionality of the Adobe Labs website and would like to know what are the 1 or 2 site enhancements that you would like to see added. Please focus feedback on the features, layout, and organization of the site itself, not the Adobe technologies (Flex, Lightroom, etc.) that are showcased on the site.
Adobe Labs will continue to bring the Adobe community the latest emerging technologies under development; let us know if there is anything that can be done to help you find and get started with technologies that interest you!

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February 14, 2007

Adobe Digital Editions Beta 3 Released on Labs

Today we released the third version of Adobe Digital Editions on Adobe Labs.
Digital Editions is a completely new way to read and manage eBooks and other digital publications. Built from the ground up as a lightweight, rich Internet application (RIA), Digital Editions works online and offline, and supports both PDF and XHTML-based content.
For more information regarding the changes that were made for beta 3, please see the release notes.

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October 24, 2006

Adobe Digital Editions Beta Released on Labs

Today at Adobe MAX 2006 we announced the immediate availability of Adobe Digital Editions on Adobe Labs. Digital Editions is a completely new way to read and manage eBooks and other digital publications—built from the ground up as a lightweight, rich Internet application (RIA). If you have the Flash Player, either install the application via an easy-to-use embedded application or browse the eBook Library and install Digital Editions at the same time that you download your selected book.

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