hashDROP - Changelog
v1.03 (May 26, 2008)
- hashDROP now accepts input via the command-line. This means you can drag-and-drop files directly on to hashdrop.exe or place a link to it in your SendTo context menu.
- Removed the INI setting to allow window resizing. The GUI is now always resizeable.
- Added tooltips to certain controls on the GUI to make it more user-friendly for beginners. These tooltips can be disabled through the INI.
- hashDROP now takes advantage of a new feature in checksum which allows it to store its settings in checksum's INI file (checksum.ini). This means there is no more hashdrop.ini. All hashdrop settings will be stored in your checksum.ini, filed under it's own section entitled “hashDROP”.
- Reduced the size of the help messages in order to make them easier to read on monitors with low screen resolutions.
- The “hashdrop.rtf” help file has been replaced by an online documentation. The link will be included in the downloaded zip file.
v1.02 (May 17, 2008)
- Made the GUI about 65% smaller in order to save precious screen space.
- Made a few minor changes to the various msg's generated by hashDROP in order to make them a bit more informative.
- hashDROP now allows SHA1 creation/verification as well as unified .hash files.
- The “always on top” window mode is now optional and can be enabled/disabled through the INI.
- hashDROP now remembers and restores its last window position.
- Added a new INI setting to allow window resizing. With this feature enabled, the hashDROP GUI will be fully resizable. Additionally, hashDROP will remember and restore its last window size.
- hashDROP will now retain old INI settings to make upgrading as easy as replacing the old hashdrop.exe with the new one.
- hashDROP now has built-in “backup” settings that will allow it to function properly in the rare case that its INI file is missing and it cannot create a new one.
- hashDROP now comes with a file called “hashdrop.rtf” which contains information that's worth reading. This .rtf file has no affect on how hashDROP operates and can be safely deleted.
v1.01 (May 15, 2008)
- Added some basic error-checking for the command-line switches.
- Made a few changes to the default command-line switches.
v1.00 (May 12, 2008)