2.5.4500

Rating:        Based on 4 ratings
Reviewed:  4 reviews
Downloads: 2968
Change Set: 86951
Released: Feb 25, 2012
Updated: Feb 28, 2012 by zhuman
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

This is a bug fix release for version 2.5. It fixes several things and adds a couple of minor features. See the 2.5 release notes for more information on the major new features in that version.

Important - If Finestra crashes on startup for you, you must install the Visual C++ 2010 runtime from http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=5555.
  • Fixes a bug with window animations not refreshing the screen on XP and with DWM off
  • Fixes a bug with with crashing on XP due to a bug in the WPF framework when loading icons
  • Fixes several bugs related to program rules and the options tab for editing them
  • Fixed bug with the mouse edge delay being confused with the window slide animation time
  • Fixed bug with double-clicking in the fullscreen overview
  • Fixed the fullscreen overview taking forever to open on XP in some circumstances
  • Added the ability to pin any process to a particular desktop from the window menu
  • Added back in support for pinning any process to a particular desktop from the command line
  • Added a "Reset to Defaults" button in the options

If you find any bugs or have any questions, please post them to the Discussions tab or the Issue Tracker. Thanks!

Reviews for this release

     
Update caused crash on startup. This was solved by the action listed above of installing Visual C++ 2010 runtime. Not sure if the note was listed after the previous reviews but I have no issue. Thanks for the software. Nice work. Running 32 bit Vista.
by Gavinmic on Mar 6, 2012 at 12:17 AM
     
When I disable hotkeys and press OK, the program restarts and those hotkeys are enabled again, causing the conflict tooltip to appear. It seems that the sub-settings (which keys are used for the hotkey command) work, but the main setting (is this enabled or not) doesn't save. I find the edge-switching incredibly annoying after just seconds of testing it out, thankfully that can be disabled.
by BStep on Feb 28, 2012 at 2:34 PM
     
Crashes at startup on Win 7 - 64 bit
by Avarion on Feb 28, 2012 at 10:48 AM
     
Running Windows 7 64bit. Installed as upgrade this morning and code crashes on startup. Falling back to 2.1.
by jwagner504 on Feb 27, 2012 at 2:35 PM