Software Update: Sigil 1.4.3

Sigil is an open source e-book editor with extensive options, which is being developed for Windows, Linux, and macOS. The program can import both EPUB and HTML files, including formatting and images. The support for epub2 is 100% and that for epub3 is almost complete. It can further generate a multi-level table of contents and edit the epub syntax directly in the code view. In version 1.4.3 the following changes and improvements have been made:

Bug Fixes:

  • Fix mismatched override wait cursor usage
  • Fix crashes when dictionaries are missing on load or during first spellcheck
  • Update the mapping of language codes to dictionaries without the need to restart
  • Fix critical bug which caused split to break links that are bare fragments
  • Fix additional critical bugs which caused split to lose fragments from link targets
  • Fix double # chars in fragment ids during merge
  • Fix hang on load with bad encryption.xml font uris
  • Quiet unneeded debug output when importing an epub
  • Fix opf cleanup bug when identical xmlns values ​​are used with two different prefixes on the same tag

Sigil-1.4.3 represents additional critical bug fixes and is meant to immediately replace Sigil 1.4.0 through Sigil-1.4.2. It has all the features of the original Sigil 1.4.0 including new icon themes and multiple language spell checking.

Version number 1.4.3
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website Sigil
License type GPL