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Description:Word processor with Unicode support
Developer:Carsten Siegner
Readme:
Short: Word processor
Author: Carsten Siegner < carstensiegner@dg-email.de >
Uploader: Carsten Siegner < carstensiegner@dg-email.de >
Type: text/dtp
Version: 1.77
Architecture: ppc-morphos >= 3.12
Replaces: text/dtp/Morpheus_1.76.lha


Morpheus is a word processor.
Currently only formatted text is processed.
The number of pages is arbitrary.
It is limited only by the memory.
It handles different text formats that are read / written or written only.
The native format of Morpheus is RTF. Furthermore, it reads and writes ODT.
Morpheus writes PDF and EPUB but can not read it. The pages are only printed on a Postscript compatible printer.
On the window of Morpheus you can drop files. They will then be displayed.

Mopheus has a shell interface with the following commands: INPUT / A, ANTIALIAS / N:

INPUT: The path to the file
ANTIALIAS: Anti-aliasing of the font (0 - 4)


Version 1.0:

+ First Public Version

Version 1.2

+ Include graphic object system to insert / edit vector-/pixelgraphic
+ new libs: wmf.library, svg.library and dr2d.library
+ Save pages as pixelgraphic (jpg,png,tiff...) now

Version 1.6:

+ new libs: moo.library, customshape.library
+ Open/Save Morpheus grafic objects on disk
+ Free drawing of customshapes.
+ Export Morpheus grafic objects as SVG or Pixelgraphic
+ Duplicate / Delete or Swap objects
+ Grafic objects support hyperlinks now
+ Morpheus support dropping files on the window.

Version 1.61:

+ Tabulator support
+ MUI window Keybord for unicode charactes
+ Tooltype support
+ Support of hand drawn vector objects
+ picture tracing - konvert pixelgraphic to vectorgraphic
+ Many bugfixes

Version: 1.62:

+ Bugfixes
+ new lib: doc.library (decode Microsoft Word Documents)

Version: 1.63:

+ Bugfixes
+ new lib: docx.library (decode DOCX Files from Mircrosoft Word)
+ Spellchecking support - Look for words in MorphOS 'own dictionary and you can correct them.
+ Datatype support - Use datatypes if reggae not work.

Version 1.63b:

+ Include realtime spellshecking
+ Bugfixes

Version 1.70:

+ Bugfixes
+ docx.library export docx files now
+ odt.library - Import from pictures of odt files are possible now
+ zip.library - Many many bugfixes: Now its possible to wite pictures in ZIP archives now.

Version 1.71:

+ Support of different hyphenation methodes (usage of hyphenation lib and special dictionaries).
Includet are the dictionaries for german and englisch language.
Other dictionarys are here: https://github.com/fortes/softhyphen/tree/master/dicts
Default setting: No hyphenation.
To Enable the hyphenation edit the tooltypes: HYPENATIONMETHODE=2
+ The filter window is enabled now. It's possible to apply different filters on pictures now.
+ Bugfixing
+ Global switch to enable/disable spellchencking (default spellchecking disabled)
Edit the tooltypes. SPELLCHECK=1 (Spellchecking enabled)
+ Support of custom cursors. Now it's possible to use your own text cursor.
Edit the tooltypes: CURSORSHAPE=2 (default: CURSORPATH=toolbar/cursor/default_neu.png)
Custom cursors are faster then the default cursor shape, because they are hardware accelerated.+

Version 1.72:

+ bugfixes in epub.library
+ Much more graphic filters
+ New: Many different render operators for single graphic objects
+ bugfixes in spellcheck.mcc
+ New: Landscape render mode of Morpheus
+ New: Masks are enabled in picture objects now
+ New: Mousecursor was changed to Textcursor (Text mode)
+ Support of render operator in moo.library
+ bugfixing
+ Much more tooltypes
+ New: many different Scale filters

Version 1.73:
+ New: Zoom the document interface
+ Better GUI layout
+ Fix epub.library
+ Fix spellchecker.mcc
+ Bugfixes
+ New graphic shapes

Version 1.74:

+ Fix the zoom layout bug
+ Fix spellcheck.mcc
+ Fix rtf_reader.library
+ Fix odt.library

Version 1.75:

+ New: Table objects
Now it's possible to create simple spreadsheets with Morpheus
+ New: Table editor window
+ Bugfixes

Version 1.76:

+ Many Bugfixes
+ Bugfixing the moo.library
+ Bugfixing the epub.library
+ Add own stack handler to table.library
+ Enable ZIP archiver class again
+ Fix Zoom feature
+ Fix disposing office.mcc (No ilegal pointer acess anymore...)
+ Fix of creating new multi page documents (no more disposing fail)
+ Enable feature to add landscape pages to document
+ Add tables to EPUB Documents
+ Add tables to PDF documents
+ New tooltype: RENDER_PRI=0 To adjust the priority of the render task (higher priority = faster rendering)

Version 1.77:

+ New: barcode.library - Its possible to add 56 different barcode types
+ odt.library - Add background texture and landscape mode to ODT Saver and Reader
Upload Date:Jun 28 2020
Category:Office/WordProcessor
Download:Morpheus_1.77.lha
Size:3 MB
Downloads:64
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Last Comments
Carsten Siegner
30 Jun 2020
18:37
29 Jun 2020
06:42Thanks for your efforts Carsten, and I have a few observations about your new version of Morpheus - which is a marginally better version than previous incarnations - though it's CPU intensive - just for writing text, which is a bit unusual.

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Anyway, having said that, unlike other wordprocessors you have to place the cursor at the start (left hand side of a line of text) for it to change justification of the text on that line alone, as it doesn't seem to change multiple lines of text at once, from left to right to centre justification, as you cannot do it by merely by highlighting several lines of text
and clicking on the centre justification icon, as you would with all the wordprocessors and text editors I have come across.
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Change RENDER_PRI Tooltype (default = 0)



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Sadly, neither is there any wordwrap, so text that has been centre justified then 'bleeds' off the edge of the page, either side if you have centre justifcation option active, so you get a partial line of text, as in, what you wrote at the start of the line (left hand to right hand formatted text) if you type enough text has disappeared off the left hand edge of the page and then text 'bleeds' off the right hand edge of the page as it extends further along the line.
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As there is no word-wrapping, and maybe the text just isn't handled correctly anyway, so text doesn't get an automatic 'Line Feed' onto the next line down, as you cannot set the number of characters on a line of text, as far as I can work out - overall this latest version is somewhat disappointing. It does do stuff, but you have to work within a highly hybrid framework of text/image/loading/saving, etc. routines that only Carsten could have thought of, and I don't mean that is a good thing, sadly.
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Do you mean hyphenation ?
The default is "no Hyphenation" and hyphenation language is "german"
Change this tooltypes: HYPENATIONMETHODE=0 and HYPHENATIONPATH= Path to hyphenation dictionary
(HYPENATIONMETHODE=0 - 2 / 0 = without, 1 = on space letters, 2 = hyphenation lib)
Morphun
29 Jun 2020
06:42
Thanks for your efforts Carsten, and I have a few observations about your new version of Morpheus - which is a marginally better version than previous incarnations - though it's CPU intensive - just for writing text, which is a bit unusual.

Anyway, having said that, unlike other wordprocessors you have to place the cursor at the start (left hand side of a line of text) for it to change justification of the text on that line alone, as it doesn't seem to change multiple lines of text at once, from left to right to centre justification, as you cannot do it by merely by highlighting several lines of text
and clicking on the centre justification icon, as you would with all the wordprocessors and text editors I have come across.

Sadly, neither is there any wordwrap, so text that has been centre justified then 'bleeds' off the edge of the page, either side if you have centre justifcation option active, so you get a partial line of text, as in, what you wrote at the start of the line (left hand to right hand formatted text) if you type enough text has disappeared off the left hand edge of the page and then text 'bleeds' off the right hand edge of the page as it extends further along the line.

As there is no word-wrapping, and maybe the text just isn't handled correctly anyway, so text doesn't get an automatic 'Line Feed' onto the next line down, as you cannot set the number of characters on a line of text, as far as I can work out - overall this latest version is somewhat disappointing. It does do stuff, but you have to work within a highly hybrid framework of text/image/loading/saving, etc. routines that only Carsten could have thought of, and I don't mean that is a good thing, sadly.

I have barely scratched the surface of what to try as a test, but what I did, only the cursor movement seems better, though the text highlighting still remains as it was, and doesn't work as virtually all wordprocessors do across all Operating Systems, so I would say it's unfixed, and painfully awkward.
Annonces Google