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TorGuard Client v3.94.0

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Release torguard-v3.94.0, 2019-04-06
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* All platforms: Add "Forgot password" link to login screen

 The user can directly access the "TorGuard Account Area" using
 the new link available in the login screen.

* All platforms: Improve item descriptions during connecting phase

 During connection, the loading widget, added in version 3.88.0,
 shows the user what is going on behind the scenes.
 The descriptions are now updated and are clearer.

* All platforms: "Execute scripts" automatically checked when a script is added

 In "Settings->Scripts" options, the "Execute scripts" checkbox must be
checked in order to activate the scripts. The checkbox is now automatically
checked if the user selects a script using one
of the "Select..." buttons.

* All platforms: "Clear all" button added in "Settings->Scripts"

 The new button gives the user the possibility to clear the scripts
preferences. The scripts paths are cleared and the
 "Execute scripts" checkbox unchecked.

* All platforms: "Check all" and "Uncheck all" buttons added in the "Internet Kill Switch" dialogue

 When the "Manage Interface State (Internet Kill Switch)" option is checked,
 a dialogue can be open and the interfaces selected. The user can now check
or uncheck all interfaces using the specific buttons.

* All platforms: Optional TrayIcon

 The user can now enable/disable the TrayIcon from the Settings widget.

* MacOSX: removing default route bug fixed

 This fix resolves an issue where the default route would be removed on connecting,
 in case a DNS "0.0.0.0" is present in the system.

*MacOSX: Add applications filter (*.app) when selecting a script

 In "Settings->Scripts" section, the user can now filter the files by:
 - Scripts (*.cmd,* .bat, *.vbs,* .sh, *.pl)
 - Windows Executables (*.exe)
 - (NEW) MacOSX Applications (*.app)
 - Any files (*)

* Linux: TrayIcon available

 Since this version, the user can enable the TrayIcon from the Settings widget.
 Warning: This option might not work properly on some platforms.

 

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klepp0906

doh - no server list/ping update yet eh? :P  I get all excited every time i see a new build, until i see it not there lol.

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10 hours ago, klepp0906 said:

doh - no server list/ping update yet eh? :P  I get all excited every time i see a new build, until i see it not there lol.

 

It is coming :) due to the fact we had been separating backend from UI, there were further changes to be made before certain features could be implemented, we are nearly there :)

Regards

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BronzeCheetah

Which Linux systems were used to test the tray icon setting? I am using ubuntu 18.04LTS with the unity desktop and the tray icon shows connection on startup but is invisible in left hand corner of upper taskbar. It does not show up on right hand side with the other icons and calender/time on the upper taskbar.

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dingbat9000

Updated Torguard... now I get detection failed... am I doing something wrong?

 

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dilettante

Update to 3.94.0fails with message, "Error opening file for writing:  C:\Program Files (x86)\VPNetwork LLC\TorGuard\Qt5Core.dll"

This is in Windows 10, and I've tried the usual:  Shut down and reboot the machine, shut off security software, run the installer as Administrator.  No luck.

All previous updates ran without a hitch.  Any ideas on what is going wrong.

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6 minutes ago, dilettante said:

Update to 3.94.0fails with message, "Error opening file for writing:  C:\Program Files (x86)\VPNetwork LLC\TorGuard\Qt5Core.dll"

This is in Windows 10, and I've tried the usual:  Shut down and reboot the machine, shut off security software, run the installer as Administrator.  No luck.

All previous updates ran without a hitch.  Any ideas on what is going wrong.

 

Please, open task manager, kill the process torguarddesktopQT.exe and retry the update - it should now work fine.

Regards

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dilettante

Thanks! That worked perfectly.  

On 4/14/2019 at 4:40 PM, Support said:

 

Please, open task manager, kill the process torguarddesktopQT.exe and retry the update - it should now work fine.

Regards

 

 

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