CataBlog 1.6 has been released today, and with it comes two new requested features and an assortment of bug fixes. CataBlog now sports a fancy WYSIWYG editor for your catalog item's description and also lets you modify your categories without having to delete and recreate new categories. For a complete list of changes please read the changelog.
The new category editor lets you modify a category's name and slug, while still keeping all your library items in the category. This feature is also helpful for controlling the permalink of your public archive pages, as the category slug is used to build the complete permalink. Keep in mind that slugs must be unique across all taxonomies in your blog, including your post categories and any other custom taxonomies you may have. So if you notice a number at the end of your slug that you didn't enter yourself, it means CataBlog is making the slug unique across all taxonomies.
Some other nice new features include new french localization for our fellow francophones and some CSS tweaks to better the Admin interface in Internet Explorer 9. Another new feature in this release automatically forwards an Admin user to the appropriate CataBlog Editor interface when a catablog item is loaded in the default WordPress editor.