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Updated Readme and Changelog.

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dmarmor committed Jul 16, 2017
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# Epichrome 2.1.17
# Epichrome 2.1.18
### If you've been using version 2.1.13 or earlier, please see [important note](#important-note-on-updating) below!
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*Note: In general, it's a good idea to keep a backup of your Epichrome apps in case updates do break them. The epichrome_fix.sh script now included in the DMG is the easiest way to do this. Otherwise, you can just right-click on each app in the Finder and select Compress. Then if anything goes wrong, you can always delete the app and double-click the zip archive to recreate it intact.*
## New in version 2.1.17.
## New in version 2.1.18.
*Note: I'm currently only addressing bugs at the moment. My day job has gotten very busy, so I probably won't have time to work on new features or major updates for the foreseeable future.*
Version 2.1.17 works around a bug in macOS 10.12.5 that caused Epichrome Helper to open all external URLs in Firefox or Safari no matter what the default browser is. Special thanks to [henderea](https://github.com/henderea "henderea") for first identifying and then coming up with the fix for this. Thanks also to everyone else who helped diagnose the problem.
Version 2.1.18 fixes a problem introduced in 2.1.17 that caused Epichrome apps to run at low-resolution on retina displays. Thanks to [linusbobcat](https://github.com/linusbobcat "linusbobcat") for first catching this problem.
This version also changes the way the internal Chrome Engine works in order to hopefully get rid of the annoying proliferation of copies of ChromeEngine.app in the list of system browsers. Thanks to [jarredt](https://github.com/jarredt "jarredt") for raising this issue.
Version 2.1.17 fixes several problems:
Finally, it fixes a bug in how Epichrome.app handles the Launch button at the end of app creation. It should now no longer accidentally launch other apps with the same name as your new app. Thanks to [pvinis](https://github.com/pvinis "pvinis") for catching this.
- Works around a bug in macOS 10.12.5 that caused Epichrome Helper to open all external URLs in Firefox or Safari no matter what the default browser is. Special thanks to [henderea](https://github.com/henderea "henderea") for first identifying and then coming up with the fix for this. Thanks also to everyone else who helped diagnose the problem.
- Changes the way the internal Chrome Engine works in order to hopefully get rid of the annoying proliferation of copies of ChromeEngine.app in the list of system browsers. Thanks to [jarredt](https://github.com/jarredt "jarredt") for raising this issue.
- Fixes a bug in how Epichrome.app handles the Launch button at the end of app creation. It should now no longer accidentally launch other apps with the same name as your new app. Thanks to [pvinis](https://github.com/pvinis "pvinis") for catching this.
See [CHANGELOG.md](https://github.com/dmarmor/epichrome/blob/master/app/CHANGELOG.md "CHANGELOG") for more details.
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This project adheres to [Semantic Versioning](http://semver.org/).
## [2.1.18] - 2017-07-16
### Fixed
- Added key to Chrome Engine Info.plist so SSBs run at high-res on retina displays. Thanks to [linusbobcat](https://github.com/linusbobcat "linusbobcat") for first catching this.
## [2.1.17] - 2017-07-15
### Fixed
- Worked around a bug in macOS 10.12.5 that caused Epichrome Helper to open all external URLs in Firefox or Safari no matter what the default browser is. Special thanks to [henderea](https://github.com/henderea "henderea") for first identifying and then coming up with the fix for this. Thanks also to everyone else who helped diagnose the problem.

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