Changed: Updated OsxFuse from 3.5.2 to 3.7.1. High Sierra support.
Fixed: Osx fix for roling hashes.
Fixed: Linux unmounting hanging fix.
Fixed: Windows installer firewall message fix.
Fixed: Quit the currently running Storro when installing a new one.
Fixed: Re-enable opening the Mountable history files.
Fixed: Fix for threading issue after installing the OSXFuse driver.
Changed: Version numbering scheme.
Added: Password protection on the private key.
Added: Running Storro in ‘portable’ mode.
Added: Upload and download speed indicator.
Added: Gui feedback for fatal problems.
Added: Crash report minidumps for Windows.
Added: A crash report window.
Added: Go to log file location button in the gui.
Added: Changing the default storage path for projects.
Added: Moving existing projects’ storage path.
Added: Starting Storro right after the Windows installer.
Fixed: ‘Unknown identity’ as author for merges fix.
Fixed: More project remove feedback by having no project selected after removal.
Fixed: User database compaction.
Fixed: Better threading model leading to less thread related crashes.
Fixed: Startup performance.
Fixed: A fix for two peers pingponging if they try to get an acl identity where they both don’t know the other is in.
Fixed: Not showing a message for creating a new project when deleting a file on Windows.
Fixed: Observer in team is not suggested for joining project automatically.
Changed: Asynchronous loading of projects.
Added: A central license overview page in the gui.
Added: Be able to have a trial period of 30 days in exchange for a phone number.
Added: UDP hole punching.
Fixed: Gui fix for show the account window from the menu.
Fixed: Race condition where a mounted project is not updated correctly.
Fixed: Better diff calculations.
Fixed: A Storro drive for every Storro jail on OSX.
Fixed: No more ‘Unknown content change’ project versions.
Fixed: Be able to accept an email invite after you have been kicked from a project.
Fixed: Files could accidentally (in some Unix file browsers) show up as directories.
Changed: A renewed directory tree infrastructure for better performance and future compatibility.
Changed: Disable the history folder by default. It is too heavy at the moment.
Better testability and being able to have different flavors of Storro.
More performance in version merging and version loading.
Lazy gui dialog loading for better performance.
More automated tests.
Added Windows 32-bit support (previously only 64-bit).
Added hidden .storrohistory folder.
Added UDP support.
Added -nomount option.
Added the invitation type (Project or Team) in the gui.
Fixed: Deadlock when multiple threads are performing Mountable operations.
Fixed: Keepass tempfile fix.
Fixed: Crash in Facilitator synchronization.
Fixed: Project count on member invitations.
Fixed: Leave button clickable in facilitator projects.
Fixed: .directory ignored file for browsing under Dolphin.
Fixed: More Word temp file filters.
Added Linux support in the form of a Debian package.
The Linux reference system is Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit. Storro requires Qt 5.5.1,
and uses DBus’s secret service as a keychain backend for all device private keys.
Having success or trouble running on other Linux distributions? Please let us know.
We have improved the synchronization backend. This should improve speed on all connections.
This effect is most pronounced on connections with high latency.
Added a terms and conditions agreement screen.
The invitation dialog features a role description in the role combobox.
Better virtual machine GUI support.
Improved the application mutex preventing multiple instances from running using the same data path.
Added an About dialog.
Changed: Kicked members now get sent only a partial access control list for updating their status.
Only the part of the user tree that is needed to resolve the user’s status update is sent.
Changed: Member search dialog is now case insensitive.
Fixed: Black screen fix OSX when Storro runs fullscreen.
Fixed: Better AccessControl list synchronization and merging.
Fixed: Grayed out projects animation fix.
Fixed: Fuse threading fixes that caused sporadic crashes.
Fixed: Patched a security vulnerability discovered by internal auditing.