Vine Viewer 1.2 / Vine Server 2.2

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Redstone is pleased to announce Vine Viewer 1.2 and Vine Server 2.2.
This is a maintenance release valid for use with any Vine license key (trial or purchased).

Vine is available from our downloads page.

Viewer Release Notes

Highlights:
? Reverse Connections (and other connections) can now have a color depth specified without disconnecting.
? Settings for a Bonjour server (e.g. Scale To Fit) are now stored when customized.
? Added a toolbar item to view and set the cursor location.
? Lots of small bugs fixed and other tweaks.
? A new version of Vine Server (v2.2) has also been included, which supports improvements to file copying to and from Vine Viewer and improved default security settings
(see the Vine Server Release Notes for full details).

Bug Fixes / Tweaks:

? Fixed a display problem when the Mouse Right Click Key preference was set to "None".
? Fixed some memory leaks on remote connections.
? Fixed some problems with attempting to update toolbar items improperly from a secondary thread.
? Fixed context menus in the Connection List.
? Fixed several clipboard transfer bugs relating to the active window.
? Fixed a bug where clipboard transfer could be blocked by cursor updates.
? Fixed a bug where dead connections could crash Vine Viewer.
? Fixed a bug where Vine Viewer would lock up on a clipboard "Cycle" between servers.
? Removed some debugging console logs.
? Fixed a bug with the Connection List not always showing all available Bonjour servers.
? Fixed a problem with entries in the Connection List not always indicating the proper state after a connection is lost.
? Fixed a problem when changing color depth would disconnect a connection.
? Fixed a problem with restoring a connection when re-launching if it's a Bonjour entry.

Vine Server Release Notes:
? Added warnings when launching or setting a system server with no password set.
? Added a new -maxdepth argument to limit incoming connects.
? Added a new -maxauths to limit brute force VNC server attacks.
? Changed install permissions to 755 for increased security.
? Defaults to storing the .osxvncauth files to the users home directory.
? Improvements to performance when accessing clipboard data.
? Fixed a problem with keyboard events being impacted by local modifer keys (like CapsLock and Command).
? Fixed a problem detecting "self connection loops" where we are providing our own Pasteboard Data.
? Fixed a problem with multiple users launching the same application.
? Removed spurious log messages when accessing clipboard dat.

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