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Saturday, January 7, 2017

Paperless for Mac 2.3.8 has been released

Paperless is a digital documents manager. Remember when everyone talked about how we would soon be a paperless society? Now it seems like we use paper more than ever. Let's face it - we need and we use paper. But Paperless 2 is one of those incredibly useful applications that will help you manage all your paper and digital documents and at the same time positively affect the environment.

When it's tax time no more bringing a shoebox full of receipts to your accountant. According to ruling Rev. Proc. 97-22 from the IRS, a digital document is acceptable. With Paperless 2 you can create a Smart Collection and keep all your documents neat and tidy and in one place. Additionally, once you store your receipts in Paperless 2, you can select the receipts to email, print, or export to PDF, or even show as a chart.

Paperless 2 has the ability to keep up and maintain the task of not only reducing your need for paper but managing the paper you use. Simply scan your receipts, bills, statements, warranty cards, business cards - any paper document and the OCR function of Paperless 2 recognizes the data and adds it to the Details Window. The built-in search functionality even lets you find and organize receipts and documents into Smart Collections. Already have your documents as PDFs or other file formats? No problem. Simply drag and drop them into Paperless 2. By taking your paper receipts, product manuals and other documents and creating an electronic record you've already reduced your need for paper.


What's New

Version 2.3.8:
  • Fixed crash on MacOS 10.12 Sierra when creating a new library.
  • General bug fixes.

Requirements


  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.6 or later
  • Fujitsu ScanSnap Scanner is preferred although Image Capture compatible scanners are supported. Effective with Version 2.2, TWAIN scanners are no longer supported.

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The WineHQ Wine development release 2.0-rc4 is now available for Linux and Mac

The WineHQ Wine development release 2.0-rc4 is now available for Linux and Mac

What's new in this release:
  • Bug fixes only, we are in code freeze.
The source is available now. Binary packages are in the process of being built, and will appear soon at their respective download locations.


 Bugs fixed in 2.0-rc4 (total 28):

   7592  Window problems when running Citrix ICA client ICA16  v6.20.985 (Win16)
  11808  winefile: broken horizontal scrolling
  24718  Condes renders every line or point 100x thicker than it should be
  29287  Heroes of Might and Magic IV: performance issues with Opengl renderer
  32682  Multiple .NET 4.0 applications fail to load the pen cursor (IDC_PEN, 32631, 0x7F77 missing)
  33570  SWAT 4:  Mouse Escapes Wine environment in full screen or windowed mode
  34030  Altium Designer 10 hangs on startup accessing a driver
  34807  Gruntz crashes on startup in d3d
  35293  Halo: Combat Evolved has graphical glitches
  35700  Arabic Shaping Is Broken After Rechedit News.
  36959  Whirlwind of Vietnam crashes after starting
  37416  The Sims 3: Display locks when running in window, uses 100% cpu
  38766  RpcBindingServerFromClient is unimplemented, needed to determine client Computer Name/IP Address
  39268  x11drv: Can't store handle for display fd
  39714  Halo some sounds in cut scenes don't play
  40169  Recognize INTERNET_FLAG_SECURE with INTERNET_INVALID_PORT_NUMBER in GetHttpConnection
  40243  Korg Nano editor USB MIDI driver won't install, requires Administrator Privileges
  40477  Motocross Madness and 3DMark2000 do not start (VRAM, video memory size)
  41347  TMIDI Player: Some characters and logos in LCD are rendered as black rectangles
  41599  Battle.net and Hearthstone play loud static when receiving messages
  41708  Duo 0.10 crashes on startup
  41998  Regression in wined3d crashes visual novel "A drug that makes you dream"
  42031  Heroes Of Might & Magic VI: no more started
  42057  Pressing Ctrl+C to close iTunes results in error dialog with gibberish title
  42071  LINE (Powered by Naver): LINE does not work on wine 1.9.16 and later versions
  42074  osu! - Audio latency regression (ALSA)
  42090  Highway Pursuit constantly emits loud noise when sound effects enabled
  42101  Strania - The Stella Machina (Steam) black screen on launch

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Friday, January 6, 2017

CodeWeavers has Released CrossOver 16 for Linux and MacOS

SAINT PAUL, Minn (December 12, 2016) — CodeWeavers, Inc., developer of CrossOver the easiest, fastest way to run Windows software on Mac and Linux announced today the release of CrossOver 16. With CrossOver 16, you can run thousands of Windows software titles, without the need for a Windows OS license.

CrossOver 16 supports Microsoft Office 2013 on both MacOS and Linux. This brings the convenience, ease, and interoperability of the full featured, modern Office suite to our Linux and MacOS customers.

CrossOver 16 is the first version of CrossOver to support 64-bit Windows applications, with automatic install recipes for a few popular titles already. CrossOver 16 also incorporates code from the upcoming Wine 2.0 release, the open-source technology that allows Windows applications to be run on Unix. The net effect is that CrossOver 16 users will be able to run many more Windows applications, with enhancements to their performance and graphics.

CrossOver 16 is immediately available at www.codeweavers.com.


About CodeWeavers

Founded in 1996 as a general software consultancy, CodeWeavers focuses on the development of Wine the core technology found in all of its CrossOver products. The company’s goal is to bring expanded market opportunities for Windows software developers by making it easier, faster and more painless to port Windows software to Linux. CodeWeavers is recognized as a leader in open-source Windows porting technology, and maintains development offices in Minnesota, the United Kingdom and elsewhere around the world. The company is privately held.

Change Log For CrossOver Mac and Linux :

16.0.0 CrossOver - December 13, 2016
  • Application Support:
    • CrossOver now supports Microsoft Office 2013!
    • Microsoft Office 2013 can be activated with either an Office 365 subscription or a product key.
  • Core Technology Improvements:
    • CrossOver 16 is based on Wine 2.0, with thousands of improvements to Windows compatibility across the board.
    • CrossOver now supports 64-bit Windows applications, with new bottle templates and 64-bit dependency management.
  • Bug Fixes:
    • Quicken 2014-2016 updates will now apply automatically during installation.
    • Fixed a bug which prevented saving very large files in Microsoft Excel 2010
    • Fixed a bug which prevented opening hyperlinks from documents in Microsoft Office 2010.
    • Shell folder links will now be updated when importing bottles into CrossOver from an archive file.
    • Fixed an audio bug which could cause Blizzard games to emit unwanted noises from the speaker.
    • Fixed a bug in Tencent QQ which caused the application to hang when adding a new contact.
    • Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 will display correctly again.

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Monday, January 2, 2017

Wine Staging 2.0 RC3 Adds AES-GCM Support and Fixes DOOM 2016 Multiplayer Mode

The Wine Staging development team announced the release and immediate availability of the third Release Candidate (RC) build of the upcoming Wine-Staging 2.0 open-source implementation of Windows on Unix.

Coming hot on the heels of Wine 2.0 RC3, which added a handful of improvements to various Windows apps and games, including Unreal Tournament 3, Streamline, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II, The Magic School Bus Explores the Solar System, Chuckie Egg: The Next Batch 1.2, and WinAuth 3.5.1, Wine-Staging 2.0 Release Candidate 3 is here to add a basic implementation of AES-GCM support in bcrypt, promising to fix the multiplayer mode for the DOOM 2016 video game.


"This release implements the Galois/Counter Mode (GCM) for AES in bcrypt.dll which fixes the multiplayer mode of DOOM (2016). This feature requires a Wine build linked against GnuTLS 3.0 or higher, which should be available on most modern distributions," reads the release announcement. "To verify this, you can check the output of wine --check-libs and search for the line referring to libgnutls. If the ABI version (the part behind .so) is 28 or higher, you are ready to play DOOM online."

The gdiplus.dll component received various improvements, other than that, Wine-Staging 2.0 RC3 promises to add various improvements to the gdiplus.dll component that contains multiple libraries supporting the "GDI Window manager" in Microsoft Windows operating systems. Of course, all the bugs that have been fixed upstream in the third Release Candidate of Wine 2.0 are also present in this new development build of Wine-Staging 2.0, so we recommend checking out the Wine 2.0 RC3 (link above) if you're curious to know what's changed or improved.

Meanwhile, if you want to test drive Wine-Staging 2.0 right now, you can download the Release Candidate 3 build and compile it yourself on your favorite GNU/Linux distribution. Please try to keep in mind that this is still a pre-release version, not suitable for use in production machines, which means that it might contain bugs. If you encounter any, don't hesitate to report them on the official Wine bug tracker. The final releases of Wine 2.0 and Wine-Staging 2.0 should be out early next year.

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