Yojimbo for iPad 1.1 Release Notes
This page documents all feature enhancements and bug fixes included in the Yojimbo for iPad 1.1 update.
For details about the changes made in any previous versions of Yojimbo for iPad, please see the release notes archive.
Added a setting in the preferences to create a new pairing the next time the application is launched. This is to resolve situations in which the desktop machine is replaced or loses its preferences, so that you don't have to delete and reinstall the iOS app in order to get a new pairing.
Fixed an assortment of functional and cosmetic bugs when running on iOS 7.
Fixed bug in which full syncing from Yojimbo 4.0 would fail.
Corrected progress bar calibration in the sync progress dialog.
Adjusted cosmetics of the number badges in the Collections list.
Images and PDF items can now be printed from the Sharing menu.
Fixed bug in which the list of search results didn't clear when there were no matches for the search string.
Fixed bug in which the item display was not updated in situations where the item being displayed was changed as the result of a sync.
The "Re-sync all data at next launch" setting has been renamed to "Re-sync All Data", and takes effect immediately when the application is activated after changing the setting. (Or when the application is launched next, whichever comes first.)
Fixed a bug in which a manually triggered re-sync didn't show the sync progress dialog when it should have.
Use a scrollable text view for the serial number display, so that long serial numbers can be viewed and copied.
Corrected wonky baseline of the sync status indicator (last sync date/current progress) in the sidebar view.
Fixed bug in which collection counts in the sidebar didn't update after a sync in some situations.
Updated internal artwork for improved appearance on Retina display iPads.
Reworked toolbar art for improved appearance on iOS 7.
Relocated the item view toolbar to the bottom of the view, for a more natural appearance. This also eliminated the distracting border between the top of the item view and the system status area on iOS 7.