R-Studio for Linux 4.5.3273

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R-Studio for Linux 4.5.3273

Post by R-tt Team » Fri Aug 03, 2018 5:09 pm

A new version of R-Studio for Linux is available for download.
New features:
+ A completely overhauled file previewer which can now show picture tiles and first frames of video files as icons, and supports a large number of video/audio/graphic/document file formats. These files can now be played back without their respective applications installed.
+ Support has been added for S.M.A.R.T. attributes for NVME devices.

Improvements:
* Processing of NTFS $BitMap file has been improved.
* Support has been improved for disks with several previous partition layouts (MBR, GPT, etc.)
* Processing of APFS file systems has been improved.

Bug-fixes:
- The S.M.A.R.T. panel may have disappeared after disk refresh. Fixed.
- File enumeration on huge APFS file systems may have been slow. Fixed.
- Non-resident symlinks may have been parsed incorrectly on NTFS file systems. Fixed.
- The program may have crashed when an advanced mask was used. Fixed.
- The Parents tab may have disappeared when an rdr-compatible image was added to a virtual RAID. Fixed.
- The same text with a different letter case may have been converted to the initial in the Find/Mark dialog box. For example, if the first search was for Alex* and the second one for ALEX*, the latter may have been automatically converted to Alex*. Fixed.
- File mark in a marked folder using the Look in From current folder / Current folder options may have worked incorrectly. Fixed.
- Request to save changes was always thrown in the Edit User's File Types window even when all changes had been canceled. Fixed.
- Mark/Unmark commands may have worked incorrectly for an empty folder selected in the Folders pane. Fixed.
- Several bugs have been fixed for icon display.
- Several cosmetic bugs have been fixed.