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NetClipper 2.0 (19.8.2008) - First public release NetClipper 2.1 (21.5.2008) - Serves me right for releasing an untested version. - Changed the receiver code to wait longer for the header data, it was timing out too quickly on the WAN. NetClipper 2.2 (21.8.2008) - More testing needed, more error checking, enjoy! :) NetClipper 2.3 (05.05.2009) - Fixed a few bugs where trapping errors may cause problems. NetClipper 2.4 (06.05.2009) - That'll teach me. Seems I missed a "make clean" and half the objects were compiled with 4.0.3 and the other half with 4.2.4 :) It should work as expected again now! NetClipper 2.5 (07.06.2009) - The Workbench screen was locked while the program was running, which stopped a user change of preferences. Now unlocks the screen once it has finished with its reference. NetClipper 2.6 (26.08.2009) - Found a nasty bug in the tcp header parser which meant that the sent data was not transferred to the clipboard under certain circumstances. - The tcp receive routine has been reworked to make it more robust. NetClipper 2.7 (11.05.2011) - When using "Show Interface" from Exchange, the appicon was removed but the window never opened. Fixed. NetClipper 2.8 (12.05.2011) - Now always locks the public screen when un-iconifying. This allows it to jump screens automatically so it is always on the front-most screen. NetClipper 2.9 (29.03.2013) - When changing the incoming port in the Options requester, the program did not switch to the new port until the program was restarted. NetClipper 2.10 (03.08.2013) - Added the ability to jump from screen to screen via the window popup feature. - Also added window snapshot option (requires future OS upgrade). NetClipper 2.11 (23.10.2013) - When receiving text clips, the data is now scanned and Windows style \r\n linefeeds are now converted to AmigaOS \n linefeeds.
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