mIRC 7.34 Released

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mIRC 7.34 Released

Postby Handle With Care » Wed Jun 18, 2014 4:09 pm

http://www.mirc.co.uk/get.html
http://www.mirc.co.uk/whatsnew.txt
http://www.mirc.co.uk/versions.txt for all changes from the day Khaled said, "Let there be mIRC"

From Khaled:

This is a small update that addresses a number of issues reported by users since the last release. It includes improvements, changes and fixes to a number of features, including:

Added a Switchbar font option that allows you to change the style and size of font used by the switchbar buttons to improve visibility.

Fixed SSL certificate password dialog box being displayed multiple times when multiple SSL connections are in progress.

Added a number of math identifiers such as $atan2(), $hypot() and $intersect() that returns the point at which two lines/rays intersect.

Changed the display size of the toolbar and switchbar buttons to make them more usable on tablet touch screens. The small and large button size now also apply to the toolbar.

Added CAP support for the userhost-in-names and server-time server features.

Extended SendMessage() support in a number of ways, including the ability to disable SendMessage() support in the Lock dialog.

Changed Clear History feature to retain non-privacy related settings, such as interface settings for the treebar, switchbar, toolbar and script editor.

Extended mouse wheel support to work in interface elements, such as list boxes in dialogs, under the cursor even if they are not active.

Added a $servertarget identifier to return the original address specified in the /server command.

Improved the way server passwords are stored in servers.ini and channels list lock passwords are stored in mirc.ini.

Added a $input() 'f' switch that forces the return of $no/$cancel for edit/combo boxes.

Other changes and bug fixes.

In total there have been around 80 changes since the last release and although most of them are only small fixes and tweaks, we hope that they result in a more useful and stable mIRC for you.
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