The Transform Options dialog that edits transfer rules for a transform uses a grid. Changing transfer rules is done within the grid without extra controls at the bottom.
Transfer rules like 'average' or 'count' require numeric fields. Transfer rules for binary fields are limited to 'copy'. Names of transfer rules are localized.
There are new transfer rules for boolean fields: 'boolean and', 'boolean or', 'boolean xor'.
There are new transfer rules for numeric integer fields: 'bit and', 'bit or', 'bit xor'.
There are new transfer rules for text fields: 'join tokens'. Tokens are separated by a comma. (For a different separator, use Edit Query.)
There are new transfer fules for geometry fields: 'center', 'convex hull', 'merge areas', 'merge lines', 'merge points', 'union areas', 'union rects'.
The New Map dialog displays potential layers using a grid. Layers from child data sources display full path to the data source (instead of displaying the component name and the data source icon). If the dialog is started without any potential layers, the grid is hidden.
Starting the New Map dialog by right-clicking an existing map populates the list of layers from the map, preserving Z order.
The New Map dialog sets the initial coordinate system to that of the context map, if started on an existing map, or to that of the context layer, if started on a single potential layer. Right-clicking a layer in the list of potential layers allows choosing 'Use Coordinate System' to set the coordinate system of the new map to that of the layer.
The map window reports the current location in a specialized pane in the status bar. Right-clicking the pane allows switching report format. Available report formats are: 'Latitude / longitude' (the default), 'Latitude / longitude (deg-min)', 'Latitude / longitude (deg-min-sec)', 'Pixels / stored' (reports pixel coordinates for an image and unmodified coordinate values exactly as they are stored for a drawing), 'Projected' (reports coordinates in the units used by the coordinate system, applying local scales and offsets). The report format persists between sessions. Previous controls for the status bar in the Options dialog are removed.
Reporting the current location in a map behaves much smoother (the reaction to cursor movement is immediate).
Right-clicking the prompt area in the status bar allows turning individual status bar panes on and off. The set up of the status bar persists between sessions.
The table window displays tooltips for long or multiline values.
The table window displays tooltips for field headers, listing the name and type of a field and the expression for a computed field.
Grids in all panes and dialogs (Layers pane, Record pane, Properties dialog, favorites dialogs, etc) display tooltips for long or multiline values.
Typing the first few letters of a component name in the Project pane selects the component.
Typing the first few letters of an item in a query builder list selects it. In the list of tables, the initial '[' can be omitted (typing 'pro' will successfully select '[Provinces]').
The map window supports the tracker tool. The tracker reports total length of the specified line and bearing of the last line segment, both measured over the ellipsoid (computed using Vincenty's formulae). The tracker supports branches, switching insert mode on and off, snaps.
(Fix) The ODBC driver no longer sometimes fails to return text values to newer versions of Access.
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