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DjVu Browser Plug-in 6.1.1 Copyright (c) 2006 LizardTech, Inc.

All rights reserved ------------------------------------------------------------------README File Contents ------------------------------------------------------------------I II III IV V VI System Requirements Installation Instructions Release Notes Known Issues Reporting Problems Licenses and Trademarks

------------------------------------------------------------------I System Requirements ------------------------------------------------------------------Minimum system requirements for the DjVu Web Browser Plug-in -Windows 98, NT, 2000, ME, XP -20 MB available hard disk space. -64 MB of RAM -IE 5 or later, Mozilla 1.0 or later-based browser -Mouse or other pointing device ------------------------------------------------------------------II Install DjVu Browser Plug-in ------------------------------------------------------------------1. Close all DjVu documents and applications before installing. 2. Double click on the self-extracting executable to start the install. 3. Review the license agreement and select Yes if you agree with its terms. 4. Select Finish to complete the installation. ------------------------------------------------------------------III Release Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------6.1.1 fix: Occassion spurious "NPP_Write error ..." fix: Hang if control is reloaded while downloading fix: Search in long document causes "Suspicious Destruction..." error fix: Security vulnerabilities reported by "fuzz testing" fix: Some page changes not being stored in history restore 6.0 DPS/Fit zoom behavior: force L, R pages to same height or w idth support for MS Vista, IE7 6.1 Support for Secure DjVu Various printing fixes / enhancements 6.0.1 Measurement feature. 6.0 Dual Page View Overhaulled GUI Dropped support for Leadtools, render new, natively-implemented annotations Unicode support in GUI

File / Print support from inside of IE. Added dedicated application to host control to view local files. 5.0.2 Minor fixes to COM events. 5.0.1 Add maintenance mode to installer Add mousewheel support fixes to COM interface 4.5.2 Bug fixes and enhancements to support hosting by Document Express Editor Manual installer includes shell extension for DjVu Document Thumbnails 4.5.0 3rd party DLLs (LeadTools, OLEACC) are optional Fixed panning performance issue Marked control as safe for scripting Extensive overhaul of ActiveX scripting interface Updated GUI "Shrink to Fit" (printing) now expands to "Scale to Fit" Various bug fixes. 4.1.0 Improved Stability under Win98 Support for Document Outlines "508" compliance 4.0.0 Support for new 4.0 version of annotations Print v 4.0 Annotations Fixed handle leak (see known issues below) Fixed Win98 autoinstall issue (filenames now 8.3 compliant) 3.6.2 Fixed problem with version resource (binary version updated to 3.600.2) Fixed display rotated text highlighting Fixed multibyte issues with Save As file names. Modified some default settings and made cosmetic changes to Print Dialog Fixed problem saving Preferences 3.6 Fixed memory leak associated with incomplete deallocation of plugin File caching uses browser settings. Fixed aliasing problem when viewing rotated b/w images. 3.5.500 Corrected support for rotated images (created using Editor 3.5): a. Annotations (highlight areas, hyperlinks) are rendered with correct orientation. b. Images are printed with correct orientation. 3.5.400 Fixed Problem related to being unable to disable Save and Print tool but tons. 3.5.300 -Revised Help Documentation. -Configurable Toolbar 3.5.200 & 3.5.100 -Feature update: Improved caching support for Internet Explorer. -Feature update: The installer sets your default HTML browser to be the default DjVu application without prompting you for a choice. -Feature update: Stability improvements have been made to the ActiveX

control for DjVu. -Feature update: Copy Image is supported for NT and Win2000. -Feature update: The plug-in no longer displays error messages related t o "Stop" messages for child threads. -Documentation update: To customize the default placement of the toolbar use the <embed> or <object> tags in the HTML text of the web page as follows, TOOLBAR=top/bottom. -Documentation Update: To set the default alignment of the DjVu file in the viewing window type the <embed> or <object> tags in the HTML text of the web page using -Documentation viewing window document using . The document rotates clockwise. -Documentation correction: Zoom in increases from 5% to 25%, then follows the settings from the Select Zoom drop down menu to 300%. Then the increases occur by 100% to a maximum of 1200%. The reverse occurs for Zoom Out. -Documentation correction - Zoom selected area only pertains to the Zoom in feature. -Document correction - The "passive" attribute, used with the <embed> or <object> tags, has been changed to properly reflect that it is not a bin ary attribute. To use the "passive" attribute, use "&passive" without the "=yes/no" qualifiers. - Documentation correction - The <object> tag may not good for Win98/ME in combination with IE5.x, as in the following example. <object type="image/x.djvu" data="foo.djvu" width=400 height=300 > <param name="src" value="foo.djvu" > </object> A better way to use object tag is: <object classid="clsid:0e8d0700-75df-11d3-8b4a-0008c7450c4a" wid th=400 height=300> <param name="src" value="foo.djvu"> However, both examples work properly on WinNT/Win2000/XP and IE6.x ------------------------------------------------------------------IV Known Issues ------------------------------------------------------------------The following known issues exist for the DjVu Web Browser Plug-in: -Systems which use a "VGA" pallete/theme may observe non-transparent backgrounds on the toolbar. -IE 6 SP 1 has a known issue, Q818857, which prevents the control from instantiating until the DjVu file it is viewing has completely downloaded. A supported fix is available from Microsoft. See -Occassional rendering problems. Observed symptoms include (a) Annotati ons on the first page will not render (b) the image crops to the upper left corner. The work around is to either reload the page, either by reloading the document or by changing pages. -When setting the "Page=<id>" property using the CGI-bin type arguments, DOC_ALIGN="one of nine options". update: To set the default rotation of a DjVu file in the type the <embed> or <object> tag in the HTML text of the ROTATE=180 degrees (90 for 90 degree, 270 for 270 degree)

the Page property must be set *last*. The problem does not occur when setti ng "Page=#". ------------------------------------------------------------------V Reporting Problems ------------------------------------------------------------------To report any comments, problems, or suggestions please see: ------------------------------------------------------------------VI Licenses and Trademarks. ------------------------------------------------------------------Copyright (c) 2006 LizardTech, Inc. All rights reserved. DjVu is a registered trademark of LizardTech, Inc. This software is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.