Version Release Date Summary
Release 1.19 Mon, 2010-03-15

This release greatly improves the stability and performance of several features in the map, stamp, and shape layers, and adds initial support for reading KML files into the shape layer.

Release 1.18 Wed, 2010-01-13

This release adds HiRISE Anaglyphs to the stamp layers, fixes several serious issues in the map and stamp layers, and more.

Release 1.17 Sat, 2009-11-07

This release includes updated nomenclature data, an option to disable the panner view, TES context import/export options, several fixes to restoring saved JMARS sessions, and a number of other stability and rendering fixes.

Release 1.16 Tue, 2009-10-27

This release of JMARS allows users to pull stamps into HSV or RGB blends in the map layer, to load stamps that overlap stamps in an existing stamp layer, and includes a number of user interface and stability improvements in the crater counting, map,...

Release 1.15 Wed, 2009-09-09

This is a minor bug fix release. It fixes an authentication issue for Webstart users with non-US English operating systems, and includes several minor changes to the new crater counting layer. Included in these are a new transparency option on the...

Release 1.14 Fri, 2009-09-04

This is a major release, providing a dozen new features all over JMARS and closing over 50 issues. There are two new layers. The map scalebar shows a distance scale bar in the corner of the map. The crater counter provides an efficient user...

Release 1.14 Tue, 2009-06-30

This is a major release, providing dozens of new features all over JMARS and closing over 50 issues:

Release 1.13 Tue, 2008-12-16

Minor changes to public release.

Release 1.12 Wed, 2008-10-29

This release adds spectral analysis with the TES instrument, THEMIS derived products in the stamp layer, bookmarking of favorite places, significant performance improvements, closes a number of issues, and much more.

Release 1.11 Fri, 2008-06-20

This release improves THEMIS stamp filtering, adds stamp layers for HiRISE, CTX, MOC WA, and HRSC, removes many limitations from the custom map feature, and fixes a variety of performance and memory issues.

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