This update offers a number of minor bug fixes, and also introduces a new Test URI feature.
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A new update has been released for Cyotek Sitemap Creator bringing it to 220.127.116.11
This update carries over a large number of improvements and fixes that have recently been made to Cyotek WebCopy, along with some additional improvements.
A new update has been released for Cyotek WebCopy bringing it to 18.104.22.168.
This update adds a smattering of new functionality, such as two experimental new features. The first allows you to display excluded URI's in the main sitemap treeview. The second allows you to quickly exclude or include URI's from the sitemap tree view via the context menu. We've also replaced the 3rd party PDF component, those users who kept suffering "cannot handle iref stream" exceptions when WebCopy attempted to extract meta data from PDF files should now not see that again! Various other tweaks have been made, such as improving the completion dialog, and being a bit more intelligent about how "not modified" files are handled, plus better detection of disk space requirements.
As with most updates, there are also a number of bug fixes.
A new update has been released for Cyotek Spriter bringing it to 22.214.171.124.
This update offers a few new features, including experimental drag and drop for image reordering directly from the image view, and the ability to lock images in place to prevent them from being repositioned by the automatic layout. It also borrows some GUI enhancements from Slicer, such as the ability to display CSS class names on the image view.
In addition to the new features and tweaks, quite a few bugs have been addressed. Issues saving external tools when your locale is set to Turkish should now be resolved, problems with filtering have been addressed, additional validation of file names for the Export dialog and a number of other minor fixes.
A new update has been released for Cyotek WebCopy bringing it to 126.96.36.199.
This update continues on from the last update with another handful of bug fixes. The main one of these is corrections to how WebCopy checks a websites headers, if this check fails, it is no longer silently ignored. HTTP protocol validation has also been disabled, allowing you to crawl websites such as snapfiles.com, whereas previously these would have immediately aborted.
We are currently working on improving the error reporting experience, however if any user of WebCopy does experience a crash, any details that can be provided on the cause of the crash would be gratefully appreciated.