I didn't take care about speedlite releases for a while, so here are some updates for the Misc 3rd Party listings:
Code & Site Tweaking: I finally found the trick to have all parts of the page displayed with identical font size in all major Android browsers, which allowed further optimization for mobiles in general. Most of the page now displays responsive to the screen/window size, which IMO works great with desktops, but still it's totally not made for mobiles. Yet it works, and little better than before. Iphones still won't do it properly. Not my fault. Blame Apple. Safari for Windows works, so I guess Safari for Mac OS will as well. Not sure about tablets. Send me screenshots if you like.
On to more outdated tech additions:
Library Update: 7801 documents archived. Index split into several files to shrink the list sizes and deframed (js frame #area bug fix for Chrome).
News #1: Site related. The old drop-down menu has been discontinued. I'll use the mobile site version's layout exclusively for both mobiles and desktops alike. Solves a few linking problems and saves me time and hazzle. Enjoy.
Disclaimer: Doesn't work well on mobiles. Don't blame me. I'll fix it as soon as mobile browsers stop zooming in parts of pages randomly while not zooming in the rest of the same page. And no, stupid viewport won't fix it.
A huge load of the Canon presentation is about the new EOS R, which doesn't make too much sense to me. The camera is too small to handle it comfortably, the lenses are huge in comparison to the body, the 1.2/50 RF is twice the price of the EF version and still shows an awful bokeh, ... and speaking of money I'd question whether the EOS R body alone is really worth it, lets say in comparison to the 6D Mark II, which is not that much bigger in size. The size is a matter of personal preference though. I'm totally happy with my 5D Mark II in that aspect, while I even mind the 6D series to be too small. I'd still like to make use of its Mark II's better low light performance and am still curious, what the DxO results for the EOS R will look like.
Otherwise, that's the news: