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System Requirements
OS Windows 7 or later
macOS 10.10 or later
Fedora Linux 21 or later
Red Hat Linux 7.2 or later
Ubuntu Linux 14.04 or later
Memory1 GB RAM
Hard Disk250 MB available disk space
Display1024 x 768 or higher resolution

Changes in version 4.1.3 (Dec 22, 2017)

New Functionality

  • When saving to a collection, you can now specify which folder to save into.
    (Requested by John)

Enhancements

  • Enhanced the "Import NCBI Sequence" dialog to show the download progress as number of bytes transferred.
  • Ensured that when adding a folder to a collection while an existing folder is selected, the new folder is created within the selected folder.
  • Updated the common features database.

Fixes

  • Ensured that double-clicking files in Windows always opens the files in SnapGene.
    (Reported by Björn Anzelius and Georg Huber)
  • Fixed an issue on macOS 10.12 where the Export Map dialog would immediately disappear.
    (Reported by Kasey Day)
  • Enabled the import of very large sequences from NCBI on Windows.
    (Reported by Carsten Charlesworth)
  • Configured collections on Windows so that files dragged into folders are moved instead of duplicated.
    (Reported by John)
  • Removed a line break at the end of the BssHII tooltip.
  • Ensured that insertion of a base within an origin-spanning feature correctly updates the feature endpoints.
  • Allowed preservation of non-Latin characters in sequence names when aligning a copied sequence or pasting into the New File dialogs.
  • Corrected a rare issue in which a feature name could be omitted in a circular map.
  • Fixed various visual glitches with the collection interface on Windows.
  • Changed the response for double-clicking a folder in a collection to result in selecting the folder rather than opening all of the enclosed files.
  • Improved the accuracy of displaying the number of mismatches when viewing an alignment.

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