R-Studio for Mac 2.6 1396

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R-Studio for Mac 2.6 1396

Post by R-tt Team » Thu Jun 09, 2011 11:55 am

A new build of R-Studio for Mac is available for download.
New features:
+ A graphic interface for creating user-defined known file types is added.
+Multilanguage support for GUI and help is added.
+ Exclusive region object is added. (A region with some areas that are excluded from disk operations). A very useful feature if there is an area (or areas) with bad sectors on a hard drive. Exclusive regions are editable.

Improved
* Better file system parsing to eliminate duplicate file records.
* Regions can now be edited.
* Data parameters in dialog boxes can now be edited in bytes and sectors.
* Objects can now be added to RAIDs from a contextual menu on the Drives panel.
* Search for the next file can be performed with all “Look in” variants.

Bugfixes:
- Already scanned objects could be shown incorrectly if scan had been interrupted or the disk hadn’t been completely scanned. Fixed.
- R-Studio could sometimes crash while searching for files. Fixed.
- R-Studio could freeze if an empty mask was specified in File view. Fixed.
- R-Studio didn’t mark/unmark matched files if a file was selected on the Contents panel. Fixed.
- There was a very strange default date (09/14/1752) on the File Mask (Advanced) dialog box. Fixed.
- Text/hexadecimal editor: There was impossible to insert data from a file with non-Latin characters. Fixed.
- Sometimes R-Studio didn’t find the end of the file using its end signature. Fixed.
- When an incomplete Scan Info is loaded for an object, the Scan dialog tried to re-scan the entire object rather than its un-scanned areas, which required a manual adjustment in the Advanced mode of the Scan dialog. Fixed.
- Sometimes log information might be lost. Fixed.
- Several small internal and cosmetic bugs are fixed.