Chordious 2.0.9 now available

Chordious 2.0.9 is now available, and is functionally a minor update over the previous release.

Starting in 2.0.9, Chordious now requires .NET 4.6.2, rather than the previous .NET 4.5.2. This shouldn’t be a problem for most users, but it does mean that Chordious will no longer run on Windows Vista.

Why the change?

It is now possible to publish desktop apps to the Microsoft Store, and unfortunately, such apps must use .NET 4.6.2 or later. So good news for Windows 10 users, as I am currently in the process of submitting Chordious to the store!

I’ve also gone and updated all of the other dependencies to their latest versions, including properly citing those dependencies within the app licensing. It may not matter for most users, but Chordious does use the work of others, and I want that to be clearer within the app.

Finally, there are of course some select bug fixes.

Here’s the full change list for 2.0.9:

  • New WinStore build for the Microsoft Store
  • Updated to .NET 4.6.2
  • Updated SVG.NET to v2.4.3
  • Updated MVVM Light to v5.4.1.1
  • Consolidated licenses for dependencies into the UI
  • Fixed a bug with the shortcut icon not loading on some machines
  • Fixed a bug with the temporary files created during “Enhanced Copy And Drag”
  • Fixed a bug where 0% barre arc ratios made the barre disappear
  • Code cleanup and miscellaneous bug fixes

Update to the latest version of Chordious today, and keep the feedback coming!

/jon

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