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#18-Sep-10 07:44

A new update for Manifold is now available.

Changes since previous update:

  • (Fix) Assigning to the Scale and ScaleAbsolute properties of the MapControl object no longer incorrectly multiplies respective scale by submitted value.

  • (Fix) More Like This Cell and other commands working with rank columns treat lookup columns as text.

  • Attempting to import or link an HTML file in 64-bit mode tries to use the 64-bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010.

  • (Fix) Using the 64-bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 no longer sometimes crashes.

  • (Fix) Rendering an image linked from an image server no longer sometimes (very rarely) rejects a tile returned by the server in favor of data rendered from a less detailed zoom level, due to a race condition.

  • (Fix) Applying a layout template to a bound layout can no longer convert main layout elements to ordinary layout elements displaying the same component.

  • Attempting to use a table with more than 2 GB records (eg, a virtual table for a large image) in a query throws a descriptive error message.

  • (Fix) Importing or linking a CSV file no longer converts large numeric codes to 32-bit integer values and instead imports them as text, preserving all data.

  • The coordinate system dialog shows the full name of the selected datum in a tooltip, if that name is too long to fit into the combo box.

  • The change coordinate system dialog shows the type of datum conversion to be applied near the bottom right corner of the coordinate system parameter list. Available datum conversion types are "NADCON", "NTv2" and Molodensky (default, shown as a blank string).

The update is available for Manifold 8 editions and Manifold 8 x64 editions.

For instructions on installing and using updates, see the Manifold System Updates page.

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