Author Topic: yDecode v1.50 beta 1 (Vista compatible) for registered users only released  (Read 8789 times)

yDecode

  • Administrator
  • Jr. Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 61
    • View Profile
yDecode 1.50 beta 1 version has been released on the registered user pages.

This version is Windows Vista compatible and Windows Mail (Outlook Express successor on Windows Vista) compatible.

Generally, this version is not yet in its full stable form but it should work better than older version on Windows Vista. There are still known issues (for example with the Dump binary attachments to file option) that don't work as expected - but most of other things should work well. Please do not report bugs for this version yet - at least until we fix the known ones. When the final version is released then the bug reports for 1.50 are welcome. Also bug reports for 1.42 are welcome as well because there may be an issue from 1.42 that was carried over to 1.50 as well (currently we don't have one that we know of).

If you use Windows XP or some older version of Windows we do not recommend this version - this release is only intended for Windows Vista. The final version though will be preferred over the 1.42 version on all Windows, including both XP and Vista.

Changes list so far in v1.50:

- fixed compatibility issues with Windows Vista (both 32 and 64 bit editions)
- fixed compatibility issues with Windows Mail (Outlook Express successor on Windows Vista)
- added AutoConfig button - it automatically recognizes both Outlook Express and Windows Mail accounts and is integrated within the main program
- removed the Outlook Express wizard (AutoConfig button is now its replacement - it is also better and more compatible than the old wizard)
- completely rewritten demo version and full version installer (to improve the compatibility and to simplify the installation)
- fixed a bug that caused yDecode dump option to crash when unusual filename was encountered
- more bug fixes in dump binary attachments option

As usual, it can be downloaded from the registered user page.
« Last Edit: April 09, 2007, 04:40:30 AM by Zvonko »