Monday, January 9, 2012

Released 1.3

Here's what's new:

Full Screen Mode (106)

Now you can have a wall of shame to compliment your siren:


Alerts (142)

To advertise to you, isn't that awesome?


Mute Siren (134)

In case the shareholders meeting next door is trying to figure out which developers to fire.

Edit Names and Hide Users (135 & 136)

Right click a name in the reputation bar to find some new options:


New names cascades everywhere.


Bug Fixes
  • Full screen mode for The Enforcer didn't restore your screensaver settings until app close (138)
  • Builds are now listed alphabetically when adding (#6)
  • TFS now supports multiple mappings in a workspace (#7)
  • Fixed "The process cannot access SirenOfShame.config because it is being used by another process" (#140)
  • Fixed "could not open the firmware upgrade file" if firmware file not present (#139)
  • Can now downgrade firmware (#141)

4 comments:

  1. Sweet! How about next time including a link to the download from the blog post :)

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  2. Wicky.

    The software should auto-update the next time it's restarted ala Paint.Net. But good point. Next time I'll include instructions on how to make it happen faster (if the icon in the upper right is a check click and select "check now" once the icon is an 'i' click again and "install now").

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  3. Thanks Lee, unfortunately the proxy rules at work do not allow for auto-updating. Lameness of the highest order! Still a download link is good for those who have just stumbled across the software/blogpost.

    One other niggle (maybe because i can't auto-update), the MSI does not perform the uninstall on my behalf - meaning i have to go and uninstall and then run the MSI. Just a little annoyance which i forget about every time i've updated so far, would be nice for the MSI to do it for me because i'll inevitably forget again next time!

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  4. Oh, that sucks! You probably aren't getting the new alerts either then. New upgrade path duly noted. We will make upgrades better for ye and all of yer accursed kind (kidding, couldn't help the Being John Malkovich reference :) ).

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