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There's no major release without a hasty bugfix release following it, I guess. The last one broke the rather important NandManager.gm9 script, so I had to do a bugfix release quick. This is the very short list of what you get in this release:
- [new] Fonts can be set as default (find some compatible fonts here)
- [improved] Trimmer tool now also works in batch, for multiple files at once
NANDmanager.gm9script working again (thanks @TheGinGear)
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