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Software Update: Beyond Compare 4.1.1 build 20 615
By Bart van Klaveren, Friday, September 25th, 2015 12:34, 5 rebounds • Feedback
Source: Scooter Software
Beyond Compare logo (75 pix) Scooter Software has a few days ago the final release of Beyond Compare version 4.1 released and now there is even a small update appeared. With this extensive program, which is available for Windows, Linux and now also for OS X, files can be compared. In addition, it is possible to compare complete folders, ftp locations, and archives. Beyond Compare is available in a standard and a pro version, with prices starting at $ 30. The mutual differences on this page to be found. The major changes that have been made can be found below.
Notable Changes in version 126.96.36.19915
Added “Use IPv6 when available” tweak.
Fixed crash When opening “File Formats” dialog from an empty MP3, registry, or version compare session.
Fixed exporting file formats Either exporting the wrong formats or crashing.
Notable Changes in version 188.8.131.5275
Windows / Linux: Added 64-bit version handles That Significantly larger comparisons.
Linux: Updated user interface to use Qt 4.8 Undesirable INSTEAD OF Qt 3.3.
Windows: Comparing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets (.xls, .xlsx) is now Significantly faster and no longer requires Excel.
OS X / Linux: Added support for Microsoft Word documents and Excel spreadsheets (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx).
Windows: Added support for onedrive.
OS X / Linux: Added read / write support for 7-zip .7z archives and read-only support for many additional types (.iso, .rar, dmg, etc).
Added support for .xz and .tar.xz archives.
OS X: Added MP3 compare.
Added support for 3-way merges in the “External” format.
Added support for IPv6 to FTP and FTPS connections.
Windows: Added support for IPv6 to SFTP, WebDAV, and cloud services connections.
Windows: Added support for Windows 7 taskbar Jump Lists on and up.
OS X / Linux: Fixed SSL validation to not warn for certificates signed by trusted certificate authorities (affects FTPS, WebDAV, and cloud services).
Linux: “PDF Documents” file format is now included by default.
Windows: Improved appearance When using 125%, 150% and 200% DPI scaling and high contrast themes.
Linux: Dialog button order on Gnome is now right-to-left Instead of always Following KDE conventions.
OS X: “Open With” now works with application bundles (.app).
Numerous bug fixes, performance enhancements, and other improvements.
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