New Features 2023
•The Help system has been reorganized to provide Online Help by default, with an option to use the locally installed PDF user manual as the alternative default.
•Grid View has been enhanced with Split Views. This provides you with two views of a document that you are editing. As a result you can see and edit different parts of a long document side-by-side—instead of having to scroll a single view to refer to another part of the document.
•Settings have been added to define network settings.
•Database support has been extended to: PostGreSQL 15.1, Microsoft SQL Server 2022.
•You can select a classic, light, or dark theme for the application. When a theme is active, its text display can be formatted separately for document type and view in the Options dialog.
•An XMLSpy theme can also be selected for XMLSpy integrations in Eclipse and Visual Studio.
•The new Altova SchemaManager component enables you to install commonly used DTDs and XML Schemas and integrate them for use with XMLSpy and other Altova products. You can access the Schema Manager dialog via the menu command Tools | XML Schema Manager.
•You can now choose Microsoft Edge WebView2 as the browser to be used in Browser View. This is the newer alternative to using Internet Explorer as the browser engine in Browser View.
•If you are using the newer Microsoft Edge WebView2 browser engine for Browser View, then you can use the browser engine's developer tools to debug and test your HTML code.
•The HTTP Output Window has been enhanced with a log pane and information about proxy settings.
•Database support has been extended to: SQLite 3.38.5.
•Eclipse support has been updated to cover the following versions: 2022-09; 2022-06; 2022-03; 2021-12.