The most recent version of PADEdit makes it possible to search and replace text within datasets. Also – when opening, saving or exporting data – the file encoding which should be used can now be specified.
Task Till Dawn 1.83 supports the upcoming OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and also now includes the Oracle Java Runtime 1.8. So an additional installation is no longer required.
For Windows there will be no version 1.83 because this release mainly contains stuff regarding OS X.
PADEdit 1.52 contains a bugfix for a critical bug, which sometimes prevented file dialogs (for example when opening or closing files) from showing up.
The new version also adds support for the upcoming OS X 10.10 Yosemite, and contains the Oracle Java Runtime 1.8 in the Mac version. So an additional installation is no longer required.
Lock-UnMatic gets a refresh and is now signed to support Gatekeeper on OS X. Until now, when opening the application on a Mac with Gatekeeper enabled, a misleading message popped up saying that the file was corrupted.
A small bugfix-release for Task Till Dawn which fixes some noncritical bugs and also brings a contextual menu for the tasklist.
It is now possible to get an overview of all the datasets belonging to a chosen invoice number. As usual, several bugfixes and some slight enhancements are also included.
This update brings multi-document editing, CSV export, bugfixes and a lot of other small changes and enhancements.
After more than one year, I finally managed it to release a new version of Task Till Dawn. Even though the GUI still looks the same, a lot has changed under the hood.