A fix for non-string encoded types. A bad bug has been fixed that broke Gruff whenever it displayed a literal node that uses an encoded type whose value is not a string.
Controlling Gruff from external software via HTTP. Gruff can now start up an HTTP server and then handle several commands from external software to do things like laying out an arbitrary set of triples, doing queries, and displaying properties in the table view. See the new command "Global Options | Start HTTP Server" and the new documentation section "The HTTP Interface to Gruff" at the end of the single Gruff document.
Fixed: Sometimes the bottom line of a three-line node label in the graph
view was chopped off on the GTK platforms.
Quickly toggling tables between one-text-line-per-property and full
text. The existing option "Table Options | Fit Row Height to Text" now
updates the table immediately, and has a keyboard shortcut for quickly
toggling the view.
Suppressing multiple line styles. The new option "Visual Graph Options
| Node and Link Color for Types | Suppress Link Line Styles" causes all
link lines in the graph view to be drawn in the same way.
Fixed: Clicking in the empty area below the bottom of all table rows was
Fixed: The pretty label for a literal contained backslash characters
before any embedded double-quote characters.
Fixed: The editing pop-up menu in the table view showed the reverse
keyboard shortcuts for adding a new row for the same or different
Finding paths when using a remote server is much faster. The new
(perhaps temporary) option "Visual Graph Options | Finding Paths Between
Nodes | Find Remote Paths on Server" can be toggled off to compare the
old basic approach with the new faster approach.
The new command "File | Load Triples | Load Turtle" allows loading
triples from a file that's in Turtle format.
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