Version 1.5 re-works with older systems (High Sierra and Mojave).
On these systems, the application therefore does not use the OCR mechanics offered by Apple (based on AI) ... and the results are significantly worse as soon as the image is of poor quality (it must be recognized that the service offered by Apple’s operating system is exceptional in this regard). However, these results remain completely comparable to those offered by traditional character recognition applications, and the flexibility of copy and paste remains unmatched!
It fixes a problem that could occur when the option “copy a dummy image” was activated, the application (in version 1.4) was put in the background and the clipboard was modified.
Version 1.4 updates the displayed image as soon as the clipboard is changed.
The application now allows you to directly modify the contents of the clipboard by opening an image.
Finally, it is possible to respond in the negative to any alerts displayed by pressing the escape key.
Version 1.3 slightly changes the first-time use scenario, for new users.
When the clipboard does not contain images, the application now places a dummy image there. This explanatory image allows the user to directly use the functionalities offered by the application. It is possible to deactivate this mechanism in the preferences.
After copying the text from the image for the first time, the application now offers to activate the wizard (if this had never been done before).
Version 1.3.2 corrects a spelling mistake in about box.
Version 1.3.3 correctly draws preview text in dark mode and displays new symbols on Big Sur, in preferences window.
Version 1.2 adds a new feature, and improves the processing of hyphenated text.
When the Clipboard is empty, it’s now possible to drop an image file into the main window, for direct processing.
Version 1.1.2 is a maintenance release that always correctly handles preferences (even when using the application main window).
Version 1.1 implements a preference window, to select preferred languages on Big Sur (as many are now available on this new OS).
You can also reverse the effect of the alternate key for handling multiline text as a single string, by default.