Up to i.Scribe...
- Further refining of inline-block element layout in the HTML viewer.
- Added fix for missing iconv in the HTML parser. Now it falls back to no conversion instead of showing nothing.
- Minor fix for CSS color inheritance. (Will now traverse a TABLE tag)
- Fixes to limit the size of account logs. Otherwise with a lot of output the app locks up processing it all.
- Fixed the IMAP full thread getting stuck using CPU when the connection fails. It now closes the connection and retries.
- [Mac] Fixed the display of rounded corners in the HTML viewer. e.g. use pre-multiplied alpha.
- Fixed one line quoted printable messages not showing up.
- Fixed some layout issues for inline-block elements in the HTML viewer.
- Fixed at least one instance of received email becoming "changed" when opening it.
- Fixed attachments missing their filename sometimes.
- Fixed the preview panel displaying the wrong email's fields when there are emoji in the subject.
- [Mac/Linux] Fixed a text wrapping bug in controls like check box, text label etc.
- Added support for CRAM-MD5 authentication for SMTP.
- Separated out the zlib library into it's own shared object / DLL so that compression only tasks work again.
- Fixed mutex problems in the Tree control that would lead to deadlocks (application hanging).
- [Linux] Fixed high CPU usage when idle.
- Fixed 100% CPU usage bug in the IMAP/SSL code.
- RichText: Fixed the document being corrupted when trying to delete the implyied new line at the end of a block.
- Removed a bunch of old dialogs from the resource file that were no longer used. Making it clearer for translators what is needed.
- Fixed some issues sending plain text email, either blank HTML sections or missing content.
- Fixed the show remote content button on the main app window's preview area and in the mail window itself.
- Fixed some IMAP fetch issues when running over SSL.
- Fixed the windows installer script to use the release (instead of debug) mode build of the aspell library, this accounts for the smaller file size.
- Fixed opening composed email with emoji after saving and closing them. The emoji would be lost on windows (utf16 related bug).
- Fixed copying plain text from the rich text control.
- Fixed the IMAP thread not retrying the connection.
- Some memory leaks fixed.
- Fixed very long lines getting truncated at 1024 bytes in the MIME decoder.
- Fixed folder -> context menu -> new mail saving into the outbox instead of the selected folder.
- Fixed crash deleting unsaved attachments.
- Fixed some combo boxes being too small for their content (see Calendar event window).
- Fixed the resizing of the language selection window on first startup.
- Fixed the tabs in the account options having the wrong grey.
- Mac: Fixed combo box painting bugs.
- Fixed "receive all" accounts not working.
- Scripting: Fixed a return value going to NULL incorrectly.
- Scripting: Fixed a crash in evaluation of expressions.
- Scripting: Added 'BreakPoint' to open the debugger window.
- Scripting: Made language reserved words non-case sensitive again.
- Fixed the portable mode not clearing out old options file versions. Is was doing that fine in "desktop" mode, but I've refactored the code to use the same functionality in both modes.
- Fixed re-saving an HTML email with images creating duplicate jpeg attachments.
- Changed the UI <-> storage layer pointers to be private to enforce relationship rules. This should only be good in the long term but might create instability in the short term.
- Known issue: There is something wrong in the SSL or IMAP fetch code. It seems to lose track of things sometimes. I'm looking into it.
- Fixed crash when attached file to an email.
- Fixed possible POP3 crashes when pressing the disconnect button.
- Fixed the look of the fonts on the tabs in the mail window.
- Gpg: Added an "Install" button next to the message "Gpg is not installed" message that opens the webpage where you can download GnuPG for your system.
Ctrl+ Wshortcut to close the console.
- HTML: inline images now wrap correctly instead of sliding off the right edge and/or being the wrong size.
- Linux: Fixed all the menu items with icons not having a shortcut.
- Windows: Implemented the MAPI function MAPISendMailW to support sending a file to a recipient on Windows 10, and possibly other versions and applications.
- Fixed some IMAP mail date issues. If you have email with dates like "0/0/2000" then right click on the folder (while online) and "Refresh" will fix it.
- The executable attachment checking is now more robust. Will now detect ARM and x64 PE binaries.
- Improved dragging calendar events in the calendar's month and year views.
- Calendar events now display correctly when their timezone is set. This stops them showing at the wrong time when the current timezone is different to the timezone saved in the event.
- Extended the number of backup options files to 7. It will save them in the same folder as the real options file, in the form "ScribeOptions_#.bak". And on startup it scans through them and find the most recent one that parses correctly. It then deletes any old ones so that the backups don't grow out of control.
- Fixed not being able to save the Contact's work webpage.
- Fixed the Contact preview to show all the fields available.
- I have re-implemented a core container class "List
" to use C++ templates properly. This will potentially have a negative impact on stability in the short term. But this branch is still marked unstable anyway. I have been steadily fixing related bugs over the last few weeks. And there is some validation code to catch run-time errors. This is the primary reason I haven't made a release just yet.
- Re-implemented the text layout algorithm in the text edit control to by more efficient. It was asking the OS too often for the size of various strings. This is a fairly major change and I hope not to break anything. It's especially obvious in Linux when the measurement of strings takes longer than windows.
- Changed the console logging to keep 'Scribe.txt' open between writes. This is because on some Windows systems closing a file can take up to 100ms due to the anti-virus getting involved. Which just kills performance.
- Added App.MailStorePaths DOM field to return the folder paths of the mail stores as an array.
- Added App.RootFolders DOM field to return the root folder paths of all the mail stores and IMAP full accounts.
- Fixed parsing badly formed HTML attributes (they would leak into the displayed text).
- Fixed being able to unset the "Start In" folder in the manage mail stores dialog.
- [RichText] Simplified the threading model to deal with bugs resizing and compressing images.
- [RichText] Fixed pasting multiple images that need compression into the control.
- [RichText] Optimized the auto spell check to work with large blocks of text and update quickly. No more slow updates scrolling along as you type.
- [Mac] Fixed tje download the OpenSSL libraries. But I'm moving to just include the right libs in the initial install anyway.
- Improved the decoding of mail with 8bit text in headers where no charset or Rfc2047 encoding is supplied, but a language is available (in the 'Content-Language' header). It will convert the text from the language's default charset to unicode.
- Fixed the HTML table layout to use the right font style for table layout metrics (it was using the ctrl's default font). This was easily visible in the email preview header where the subject line would wrap for no good reason.
- [Mac] Made the tab view control have the native look. And rolled out that look to the other platforms because I think it looks nicer than the WinXP style it was using before.
- Started adding support for HTML copy/paste in the rich text edit control. (Don't expect much... it's very rough)
- Fixed POP3 accounts getting stuck in a connect->fail loop. It was supposed to try APOP and fall back to USER/PASS on error, but the implementation was bad.
- Fixed some account logging display issues.
- Fixed some (all?) of the crashes that happen when click the "disconnect" button in the account status window. Esp with SSL connections which were notoriously flaky when trying to disconnect. They now should be a lot more robust.