Better than actual history.
Another weekend, another release.
The '"We're sorry it took us so long"-release.
Feature Runs elevated, no windows are outside our reach now. (This is huge!)
Feature New translations for:
Improvement Completely restructured internally; 32-bit and 64-bit is now treated identically internally, hopefully more stable.
Improvement Updated to require .NET Framework 4.5, Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2013.
Bug Saving options with modifier key in some languages crashes. If the modifier key name was translated differently in two specific places within a language, selecting that modifier key would result in a crash when clicking OK.
Bug Shows correct error message when license server is unreachable.
Bug Can no longer open Options window twice simultaneously.
Bug Issue with Windows 7 (and 8) features not persisting across reboots.
Feature Self-test that tells you which parts of MaxTo is misbehaving
Bug Adobe Reader XI (Acrobat reader) behaved strangely.
Feature More translations
Portugese (89% complete)
Improvement Compatibility shims can now disable window snapping for certain window classes.
Bug Unable to permanently disable window transparency.
Bug Installation error saying “a newer version of Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable has been detected”.
Bug Windows no longer snap to maximized window edges (which are a few pixels outside the monitor boundary, but hidden by Windows).
Bug Compatibility shims now don’t annoy you as much. The message will only be shown once per application window.
Bug Minor leak of user objects that could cause crashes on some very restricted systems.
Bug Spotify windows snap to their own shadow, so the window grows when moving.
Bug Very rare crash when splitting regions (1 reported case).
Bug Very rare crash if 64-bit subprocess crashes or is stopped (1 reported case).
Bug Very rare crash if registry key for setting MaxTo to start with Windows does not exist (1 reported case).
Bug Very rare crash if window snapping is turned off for all edge types (1 reported case).
Feature Transparent windows when moving and sizing. Windows become transparent when you drag them around, or resize them, so you can easily see what is behind them.
Feature Enable or disable built-in Windows 7 features, such as:
Dragging of maximized windows
Snap (docking windows to left, right or top screen edge)
Configurable thresholds for these settings
Feature Translations to different languages are now possible. Translations included in this release:
Improvement Improved compatibility shim system:
Target specific windows or whole processes.
Disable subclassing for incompatible programs
Ignore program completely.
Improvement Nicer “Highlight regions”
Bug Disables edge snapping and drag-and-maximize for MediaMonkey-windows, because of bugs in MediaMonkey that causes it to crash when subclassed.
Bug Fixes issue with minimize-in-region for windows that don’t trigger CBT minimize event (e.g. Firefox).
Bug Changes to hotkeys are now saved even if Windows is restarted or the user logs off.
Bug Focus was sometimes incorrectly stolen from certain windows, e.g. Excel’s find dialog.
Bug Focus mode fade-in animation sometimes runs twice.
Bug Crashing bug in Options.
Bug No longer launches IE as Administrator at end of install.
Bug Fixes crashing bug when user has limited access to specific parts of the registry.
Bug Fixes bug in console resizing that didn’t take into account adding and removing the scroll bars.