We’re excited to announce our 3.2 Client Release! This release includes updates to our Settings, Menu, Optimizations, Zoom Capabilities, and Installer, as well as a few key improvements that will enhance the overall Polarity user experience.
Check out the new features and improvements below!
Polarity’s all-new connection settings page makes it as easy as possible for users to log in. Polarity will also prompt users when the server is using a self-signed certificate.
The 3.2 client has re-worked authentication logic in order to allow users to seamlessly auto-login.
Polarity now has a settings page that allows users to change settings within Polarity with ease. Below is a list of the settings that users can currently change:
- Change shortcut keys - Users can now change their shortcut keys with improved efficiency.
- Change Logging Levels - By Default, Polarity logs information to Info. Now if a user needs to change the logging level, they can more easily do so in the Settings Window.
- Filter Entities Within Words - We are constantly working on better ways to help reduce noise for users, which is why we now have a setting that allows users to filter out entities within words.
Shortcut Keys Menu Listing
Polarity now lists out the shortcut keys for different Polarity Actions right within the System Tray/Taskbar menu!
When Polarity 3.2 first gets installed, we now run a profiler that will adjust Polarity settings to best optimize a user's experience with Polarity.
- Change settings for Dual-Core Computers
- Disable HUD for Dual-Core Computers (can be re-enabled by a user)
- Check Aero settings and adjust screenshot methods
- Adjust Screenshot methodologies if unable to see the screen
Users now have the ability to zoom in and out on Polarity Window.
To zoom in and out, just click on a Polarity window and hit CTRL/CMD + to zoom in or CTRL/CMD - to zoom out.
Polarity has a new and improved installer which ensures that Polarity starts up after re-logging in and helps adjust Polarity to your computer's specifications.
Stability improvements when adapting to system environment changes
- Bad Screenshots
- DPI Changes
- Monitor Docking