Per Kroll (EPF Project Lead) has announced that yesterday it has been released EPF 1.2, which you can download on the EPF Composer Download page.

EPF Composer 1.2 – New Features and Key Improvements

  • Improved Diagram Editor
  • Diagram editor has been completely reimplemented
  • Provides swimlanes, control flow labels, free-form drawing, and font styles
  • Files can be saved in GIF, JPG, or BMP format

  • Improved Rich Text Editor

  • Font family and size can be changed

  • Content cut from Microsoft Word can be pasted as plain text

  • Links and images can be added in the HTML view

  • Improved HTML error markers and correction features

  • Improved Configuration Editor

  • Processes can be fine-tuned by adding or removing categorized elements

  • Improved configuration error reporting for Method Configurations and Method Libraries

  • Current view is highlighted in configuration editor

  • Configuration views can be ordered

  • Improved Process Editor

  • Activities are displayed with indented and outdented elements

  • All tasks at any level can be suppressed

  • Activities can have multiple descriptors

  • Additional platform support

  • Vista

    • * Internet Explorer 7
      • Mozilla FireFox 2
      • Subversion
      • Eclipse 3.3
    • Other Improvements
    • New plug-in naming convention allows plug-ins to be displayed in hierarchical lists
    • Published sites on application servers can implement server-based search
    • GUIDs are no longer present in published filenames
    • A new variability type is provided: Extends and Replaces
    • Elements in categories can be ordered alphabetically, manually, or by type