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KeePassX 0.4.1 has been released.
This is mainly a bugfix update though it also contains three new feature:
- An inital documentation by Jussi Sainio
- Ability to drag’n’drop fields (username, password, …) to other applications (Linux only)
- An option to show the application window always on top (Linux only)
KeePassX 0.4.0 has been released!
It contains a bunch of new features:
- Associate KeePassX with *.kdb files on Linux and Mac OS
- Added pronounceable password generator
- Automatic backup of changed entries
- Added ability to change the language
- Improved auto-type to support all unicode characters (Linux only)
- Added Tools menu in the entry dialog to ease the use of auto-type (Linux only)
- Many more features and bugfixes
This is the first beta release of the upcoming KeePassX 0.4.
It contains a bunch of new features such as a pronounceable password generator, a “Tools” menu in the entry dialog to ease the use of auto-type, automatic backup of changed entries and of course some bugfixes.
Hopefully we can provide more translations of KeePassX in the final release. So if you’re able to speak a language that is not yet supported or the translation is incomplete, please have a look at the translating page.
Warning: This version is experimental. Don’t use it in productive environments and backup all your databases.
KeePassX 0.3.4 has been released.
This update mainly fixes a crash when auto-typing special characters.
KeePassX 0.3.3 has been released.
This is a small update that fixes an error when opening twofish encrypted databases.
This is another (mainly) bug fix release. Please report any remaing bugs!
Due to the lack of developers a Mac OS X build is not yet available and it might take some time until it’s released.
As always you should make a backup of your password safe before upgrading. Once you open your database with KeePassX 0.3.2, custom icons won’t be avilable anymore on older version.
- add default groups when creating a database
- improved the auto-type dialog (keyboard only usage, visual selection feedback)
- automatically try to unlock db when global auto-type key has been pressed
- fixed password encoding problem (Bug #1687864)
- fixed sorting of date columns (Bugs #1861726, #1922311)
- fixed problem when restoring window after auto-type (Bug #1978861)
- don’t use entries in ‘Backup’ group for global auto-type (Bug #1915664)
- hide contents of search field while database is locked (Bug #1923554)
- fixed: custom entry icons are not saved (Bug #1995561)
- added new icons introduced in KeePass 1.11
- improved format of date strings (Bug #1932394)
- added missing menu accelerators (Bug #1955304)
- fixed: line breaks are ignored in Entry Detail View (Bug #1942362)
- master key transformations (rounds) are now computed in two threads (from KeePass 1.11)
- added ability to measure the number of rounds that can be calculated in 1 second
- increase and randomize the default key transformation number
- print help if parsing the arguments fails
- disable precompiled header on FreeBSD by default to fix compilation error (Bug #1943446)
This is primarily a bug fix release. Please keep on reporting bugs!
- made key/password dialog more user friendly
- added option for automatic database locking on inactivity
- native file dialogs are used again under MacOS X and Windows
- program accepts Qt command line switches like “-style” again
- parameter “-cfg” now accepts relative paths (bug #1825446)
- fixed invalid entries in .desktop file (bug #1906875)
- fixed potential compilation problem in AES implementation (bug #1905810)
- fixed crash when re-arranging groups (bug #1754998)
- fixed size problems of some dialogs
- files are not longer truncated when saving fails (bug #1648616)
- improved seeding of the random number generator
The source code as well as MacOS X binaries are available in the download section now.
Updated Linux distribution packages as well as a portable Linux version will follow soon.
This version was planned to be version 0.2.3 but because of many changes an new things we decided to make this one version 0.3.0. So please note that this is not a version with KeePass 2.0 support.
What’s new in 0.3.0
- many bug fixes
- global Auto-Type
- fully customizable HTML based detail view
- better structured settings dialog
- secure random number generator based on ‘Yarrow‘ including an optional entropy collector
- new dialog to view expiered entries
- calendar widget to edit expiration dates in a more confortable way
- restructured password generator
- much better appearance under MacOS X
- fine tuning options for auto-type
- system tray icon
- workspace locking
Binary packages for Linux and MacOS X will follow soon.
EDIT: Binaries for MacOS X, Ubuntu 7.10, openSUSE 10.3 and Fedora 8 are now available.
Many people reported that the current version of KeePassX (0.2.2) crashes on the new version of MacOS X 10.5 alias Leopard. This problem is now fixed and you can find a updated build for Leopard in our download section.
Direct Download Links:
KeePassX 0.2.2 for MacOS X 10.4 and 10.5 (Intel x86 only) 4.6 MB
KeePassX 0.2.2 for MacOS X 10.4 and 10.5 (Universal Binary: Intel x86 and PowerPC) 8.7 MB
This hotfix does have a minor visual side effect: Some buttons are displayed as tool buttons even though they are dialog buttons. This is just a problem of 0.2.2. Version 0.2.3 will show the correct buttons and remove some other GUI issues on MacOS X as well.
Additionally to the MacOS X 10.5 support a fix for a very annoying bug in 0.2.2 was backported from the 0.2.3 branch:
Files which do not have an extension get no longer greyed-out in the file dialog and the correct extension (.kdb) gets now automatically appended to the filenames of new databases.
Added an universal binary bundle, the first file was x86 only even though the link title said otherwise.
The downloads are not longer available. Please use the new versions of KeePassX instead, which are now fully Leopard compatible.