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wwriteFree-changelog

Version 2.1.2 – 06/01/2014

New Features

  • Added Twitter support option

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed “About” text.

Version 2.1.1 – 05/31/2014

New Features

  • Completely re-engineered for iOS 7
  • Implemented Dynamic Text
  • Refreshed look
  • Support for Retina iPads
  • New option to attach files instead of sending inline; set with settings
  • New option to email archive files
  • Archive Files are now in their own folders
  • More archive options, “Files only”, “Files and Metadata”, “Templates”, or “Everything”
  • New option to reset all data (except templates) within wwrite; set within settings
  • New option to set templates back to defaults; set within settings
  • New option for custom signature when sending emails, set within settings
  • New option to send full archive when emailing support
  • New files from template will now be named the same name as the template
  • App will now check for ability to send email before emailing support or emailing archives
  • Added consistent coloring to all views within the apps
  • Added Button to look at Change log
  • All new handling of templates. No longer limited to five

Bug Fixes

  • Updated Screenshots that were errantly not updated with 2.0.0
  • Fixed bug where archive directory was not created
  • Fixed bug where files directory was not created
  • Fixed bug where version number was not updating in Settings
  • Fixed bug where message label would not disappear when hardware keyboard was attached
  • Fixed issue when Customizing Templates that would cover some sliders when the keyboard was shown
  • Fixed bug where file names in “File List” didn’t change size. Only applies to files where the name fits without reduction
  • Fixed bug where last file used wasn’t always loading properly
  • Fixed bug where last file name used was selected in the File List.
  • Fixed bug where keyboard remained on top of files when “File List” was clicked.

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