Abbreviation Filter issues

The latest version of the Abbreviation Filter has two significant bugs:

Style Assignments
There is a typo in the code that assigns the pre-installed lists to non-existent styles. So although the new jurisdiction-suppression feature makes the legal styles much more convenient to work with, the abbreviations themselves have gone AWOL.
Missing Items
While testing some upcoming changes to MLZ document integration, I discovered that the Abbreviation Filter will crash any document containing abbreviations not found in the user’s own database. This is a long-standing bug that had gone unnoticed and unreported, but it is obviously a serious one.

I am working to address both of these issues in the next release, which will also offer support for post-installation configuration of individual styles.

My apologies for these glitches. The fixes should be out within a couple of days.

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