You have two choices: you can either use libx.org's default homepage for your edition (once an edition is live.), or you can create your own. Note that the default homepage will contain your icon/logo, not Virginia Tech's.
You do not need to make this decision now. Once your edition is live, you can switch the actual location of your homepage via a redirect in the My Editions tab.
For editions you create from scratch, we place this link as a suggestion. Most existing editions have this link. We provide this button for you to recreate the link if you prefer necessary.
You can search across all published packages maintained on this server using this box.
A general request: Our goal is to produce software that works flawlessly. We look at our logs and fix any problems we see, but not all problems are logged. So if something doesn't work, complain! Send email or use the "Help Me" feature.
Added support for additional Primo option.
All new or cloned editions are now LibX 2.0 only. LibX for IE is no longer built.
We are updating the edition builder in preparation for the LibX 2.0 release. The button "Upgrade to LibX 2.0" is hot, so be careful.
Maintenance update: layout bugs (cut-off text, etc.) that were introduced with ZK update should be fixed.
Minor maintenance update. Completed Primo support. Made auto-detection based on OCLC working again. Fixed UTF8-related bug - diacritics should now work again.
Major maintenance update. Update to ZK 5.0 CE, a more recent version of ZK. Better support for resizing the browser window. Support for Primo and Summon. Auto-detect Bookmarklet for VUfind. Can now search by catalog name in auto-detect box, not just URL. Remove 3Dish boxes for cleaner and easier-to-maintain design.
Changed Searchbox in "All Editions" Tab to support searching by either edition id or description.
Fixed OCLC Worldcat registry - IP autodetection and Worldcat Registry Search should work again.
Implemented support for Talis Prism 2.x catalogs.
Implemented support for Voyager 7.0 catalogs.
Implemented support Evergreen, Worldcat, and Vubis catalogs. Improved auto-detection by adding support for cookies (edition builder now accepts and presents cookies --- but keep in mind that during auto-detection, the edition builder is seen as a Virginia Tech user)
Implemented preferences for context menu.
Add option to bundle auxiliary DLLs into LibX IE Installer. Please use only if truly needed, since every build will take up several MB on our server.
Fixed options settings for Millennium -- you should now be able to use all indices as configured by your system by providing their code (e.g., 'm', 'd', etc.).
New Beta of LibX IE - cues should work now, except for auto-linking. Fixed broken LibX IE update feature.
Fixed broken layout when long URLs are probed. Implemented secure updates for FX3 and marked LibX as compatible with it. Tested on XP, Vista, Linux. Has layout issues on MacOSX, to be addressed.
Starting FX3 while old version is installed triggers Bug 424107 in FF 3.0b4. Firefox developers say this is a blocking bug, so it should be fixed before FX3 final.
Added support for POST for Bookmarklets.
Added ability to detect Sirsi 'path' parameter. Fixed crash that occurred when Open Search descriptions included embedded image data.
Augmented edition consistency check. A frequent mistake appears to be for people to not configure any catalogs. Show a warning when that happens.
Rearranged the "Edition Is Public"/"Edition Is Endorsed" buttons in "My Editions" tab. Added stronger warning to not make editions public until they are ready.
New IE Beta (includes COinS support in IE). Changed catalog detection (mostly internal changes, but let us know if things broke.) Support for a cue icon setting separate from edition icon. Support for per-catalog icons.
Added catalog detection for Horizon catalog; also now showing visual indication of progress. Keep in mind that auto-detection is still only a heuristics.
Added explanation entry regarding OCLC Worldcat registry search and auto-detection facilities to Edition Builder FAQ. Please read if you're wondering about how these facilities work.
Fixed Runtime exception when empty code was entered or when search option was removed.
Fixed false positives in auto-detection of Voyager catalogs.
Fixed "Ill-formed chrome path" exception that prevented cloning of or working on legacy editions that contained http:// paths in their options. Please send us email or use the send help feature should such exceptions still appear.
Added more consistency checks for catalogs. For instance, if the edition builder detects the URL will not work, a warning will appear.
2007/12/07: we performed a number of updates to the Edition Builder.