Edit: we’ve revved the release after fixing a few small defects. 2.1.2 has been replaced with 2.1.3.
This is the 16th alpha release, 2.1.3. It’s another minor release with a handful of fixes and improvements.
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- New tab management! No more “Capture” tab - record data from any tab, each with its own capture settings.
- Added a glitch filter, used to remove pulses in the capture narrower than a specified number of samples.
- Easily enable device channels when editing an analyzer, in case you forgot to enable a required channel before configuring an analyzer’s settings.
- Improved the visibility of the selected tab
- New right-click menu item on channel labels which lets you reset all channel heights to match the clicked channel.
- 2.1.3: added raw binary as an export option.
- Fixed really embarrassing bug in the last release that occured when checking for updates.
- Properly close elasticsearch process (java) on exit, which is used by the protocol search feature.
- Fixed bug where sometimes analyzers would not produce any results, and report 0% complete.
- Restored Windows 7 support
- 2.1.3: fixed crash bug with device selection menu.
- 2.1.3: fixed visual glitch in grid lines when restarting the capture, for channels that have analyzers.
New tab management allows you to create as many tabs as you like, and capture from any tab.
Right-click menu allows resizing all channels to matching heights
Forgot a channel? Enable a disabled channel directly from the analyzer settings menu! (blank tabs only)
Setup a glitch filter before recording digital data to filter out pulses narrower than a specified sample width. Useful for slower rise time signals like I2C.