This is the first version I've developed on my new ThinkPad T14s My previous development machine was from 2012 and the experience became a little sluggish over the past years. Maybe the dark case of the new laptop inspired me, because this version comes with a
It’s automatically available if the respective system setting is enabled. It took three major development attempts over the past years and I’ve touched code that hasn’t seen any light for the past 15 years. I can say, it was quite an undertaking and I’m very happy with the result. The feature is not for everyone — however, I’m sure that all the connoisseurs of darkness will like it.
The next version of Windows is about to be released and I've used several of the insider previews to make Mp3tag work nicely with Windows 11 and make a possible update a smooth ride. However, if you find any quirk or think you've found a bug please let me know.
I've updated the code-signing certificate that is used to digitally sign and verify the origin and integrity of Mp3tag's installer and executable.
Finally, the new version comes with a refreshed app icon. It’s not that different from the one before and has a more modern look. I hope you like it!
As always, thank you for reading, your interest and your support.
Enjoy and take care
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- added support for dark mode under Windows 10 starting with build 1809 based on system setting. (#18264, #19363, #47059, #49772, #50076, #52327)
- added support for Windows 11.
- added option to disable notification message that warns about unsaved changes. (#53945)
- added reporting of existing ID3v1 tags in
%_tag%for FLAC files. (#13156)
- refreshed app icon.
- updated code-signing certificate.
- channel count is not correctly reported in all cases for MP4 with AC3. (#54321)
- navigating via Shift+Tab from Filter to Tag Panel did not work in all cases.
- renaming files with creating folders could possibly result in invalid folders names ending with spaces or dots. (#53987)