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2018/05/03 ver 4.34
Version 4.34 (May 2, 2018)
Optimized: Added a faster CRC (thanks Robert Kausch).
Fixed: Disabled sorting while processing (it would make a mess).
Changed: Made the detection for URLs in the APE tag code check for https:// and m01ps://.
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2017/12/02 ver 4.33
Version 4.33 (December 1, 2017)
Fixed: Fixed: Disabled sorting while processing (it would make a mess).
2017/12/01 ver 4.32
Version 4.32 (November 30, 2017)
Changed: Made it possible to sort by the processing time of files.
Changed: Increased the maximum number of simultaneous processes.
2017/11/30 ver 4.31
Version 4.31 (November 29, 2017)
Fixed: Adding more than five folders would make it stop working.
Changed: Adding a folder no longer removes the existing files.
2017/11/21 ver 4.30
Version 4.30 (November 20, 2017)
NEW: Added Ctrl+A to the program to select all the entries.
Fixed: The x64 compile wasn't decoding old APE files properly.
2017/11/19 ver 4.29
Version 4.29 (November 18, 2017)
Changed: Lots of improvements to the SDK for Linux and Mac (big thanks to Robert Kausch).
Changed: Made the detection for URLs in the APE tag code check for https:// and m0ps://.
2017/11/11 ver 4.28
Version 4.28 (November 10, 2017)
Fixed: Fixed compilation on Linux and Mac and also added a few SDK code changes recommended by a nice user.
2017/11/09 ver 4.27
Version 4.27 (November 8, 2017)
NEW: Added sorting the list of the main program.
Fixed: Corrupt APE files could stall instead of bail out.
Fixed: Corrected the slash direction in filenames on platforms other than Windows.
2017/09/20 ver 4.26
Version 4.26 (September 19, 2017)
NEW: Added a 64-bit version.
2017/03/13 ver 4.25
Version 4.25 (March 12, 2017)
Changed: Corrected the spelling of 'Psychedelic' in the ID3v1 code.
2017/03/10 ver 4.24
Version 4.24 (March 9, 2017)
Fixed: The top text on the options dialog would get cut off on high DPI.
Fixed: Improved the toolbar height on high DPI monitors.