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System Requirements
OS Windows 7 or later
macOS 10.8 or later
Ubuntu Linux 14.04 or later
Fedora Linux 21 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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