The following bugs were fixed:
Apple are introducing an additional layer of security for users of macOS 10.15 (Catalina) and onwards, so by default, all software not available from the AppStore must be notarized.
In Apple's words:
"Notarization gives users more confidence that the Developer ID-signed software you distribute has been checked by Apple for malicious components. Notarization is not App Review."
When a fixed-time capture is started, users can now view the capture configuration that was set before the capture commenced within the info tab of the right-hand settings pane.
It is also possible to view progress of the capture, which is shown as a progress bar and a percentage of the total capture time.
Some capture configurations can be very large and it's not always obvious just how quickly users can fill up their PC's hard drive. This helpful feature warns users of the capture size and the time it would take to fill up the hard drive at its current free space capacity just before the capture is started.
The dialog will also appear when adding additional channels to a capture already running.
|Windows PC||Windows 7, 8.x, 10 (32 and 64-bit)|
|Mac computer||From macOS 10.12 (Sierra) or newer|
|Linux PC||Tested on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS or newer (64-bit), and OpenSUSE 15.x or newer (64-bit)|
Compatible with Raspbian Buster or newer using Raspberry Pi model 4B.
Note: Also works with model 3B and 3B+ although GUI response time is slower, and we recommend a sampling rate no faster than 1 S/s.
Does not work with Raspbian Stretch or Jessie