New Releases - macOS (2.8.0), iOS (1.1.5)

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New Releases - macOS (2.8.0), iOS (1.1.5)

Post by nick » Mon Dec 12, 2016 2:11 pm

Hey there,

Some end of year updates we've been keen to get out. Note that the Petrel 2/Perdix support has been rewritten as part of supporting the Perdix AI. You no longer need to pair any of these devices, it should be much easier now.

2.8.0 for macOS:
New Features:
  • Added option to sync via iCloud (requires macOS 10.11+).
  • Added support for the Shearwater Perdix AI.
  • Added support for the Aqualung i750t.
  • Added a new flag (Azores).
  • Dive Inspector shows alarms in the raw table again.
  • When duplicating gear the purchase date is now copied.
  • The Profile Inspector will now colour PPO2 if it is high.
  • Added a "Download Recent..." menu for recently used devices.
  • Minor internal improvements.
Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed some alarms not displaying from a Petrel/Perdix.
  • Fixed issue downloading from an AV1 in certain cases.
  • Fixed issue creating extra critter categories.
  • Fixed reading free dives from a Nemo in some cases.
  • Fixed issues reading from a TX1 in some cases.
  • Minor misc bug fixes.
1.1.5 for iOS
New Features:
  • Added option to sync via iCloud.
  • Added Statistics view.
  • Added support for the Shearwater Perdix AI.
  • Added support for the OSTC 4.
  • Added support for the Aqualung i300 (via DCBuddy).
  • Added option to sort gear by type.
  • Added ability to show current location on Sites Map.
  • Minor UI improvements.
Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed some minor issues with the light display theme.
  • Fixed crash downloading from an OSTC in certain cases.
  • BuddyShare wasn’t automatically enabling in some situations.
  • Minor bug fixes.

As usual please let me know if you have any issues. Also, here's an early heads-up that I will be out of office from around the 25th for a couple of weeks. I gotta dive too you know.

And finally, many thanks to those of you who helped test and offered suggestions etc. Much appreciated, as always. More to come in the New Year.

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