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KeyCastr is finally built as a 64-bit application.
This release includes fixes for non-US QWERTY keyboard layouts, an updated ShortcutRecorder framework, some updated error messages, and some under-the-hood improvements.
- Svelte Visualizer now has an option to display all keys
- App will open the preferences pane if a configuration change requires the user to re-add the app to the list of apps allowed to control the computer
When changing screen resolution or plugging/unplugging an external display, the default visualizer's position is reset to the default. A few memory management concerns are also addressed.
This release improves visualization of key events involving the shift key as well as line break behavior in the default visualizer.
Thanks to @gdzhu for the pull requests!
This release includes some internal modernization, removing all deprecated API usage as well as support for a legacy/unused input format. Some error messages are also updated, and the menu bar icon now looks better on retina screens.
In this release KeyCastr will place the default visualizer in a more reasonable place for the user.
If the default visualizer is found to be offscreen when the app starts, its position is reset to the default.
This version fixes an issue where some users would only see ^A, as well as a memory leak.
The error message when failing to launch after a change in settings is updated, with mitigation instructions for more recent versions of OS X.
Also, there is a new menu bar icon.