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Old 10-05-2007, 10:27 AM
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Version 3.2.5

Released on October 5, 2007

Enhancements
  • Add checkbox on Empty Recycle Bin prompt for whether to delete synchronized Outlook items or external files.
  • Enhance 'Tools | Options | Browser | Prevent browser window from stealing focus' option to prevent always or only for non-web page documents.

    Bug fixes

  • Synced/imported Outlook items are untitled if 'Tools | Options | Import (More) | Use document title for item title if available' is unchecked.
  • Unable to focus or edit message body field when composing Gmail message in UR browser.
  • If a hyperlink within the detail text area of a form item is clicked, resulting in UR opening it in the internal browser, then the detail pane is blank when viewing other non-form text items (UR must be restarted to view or edit the item details).
  • Scroll bar doesn't update to show scrollable area when pasting into detail text of a form.
  • Drag/drop and copy/paste from Ultra Recall to Explorer not working on Windows Vista.
  • Form fields not drawn properly if form was showing scroll bar and not scrolled to the top when previously displayed.
  • Allow non-title column to be dragged to left-most column in Related Items pane; allow Item Title attribute to be added back into column layout if removed.
  • Documents not configured for keywording could still get keyworded.
  • Thunderbird extension doesn't work right when 'Tools | Options | Import | Select location when importing or pasting from other applications' and 'Tools | Options | Import (More) | Create logically linked items for duplicate URLs' are checked.
  • Ctrl+Shift+U shortcut incorrectly assigned to two commands by default (Tree | Unhoist and Item | Format | Strikeout); change default for strikeout to Ctrl+Shift+M (must reset customizations).
  • Enable customization of tear-off popup menus/toolbars (must reset customizations first).
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