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VisiWave v3.0.12 Released

A maintenance release of VisiWave (v3.0.12) is now available for download. If you already own v3.0 of VisiWave, just download the eval version and install it over-top of your current version. Your existing license will continue to work. If you would like to evaluate VisiWave, just download the eval version and try it out.

New features in v3.0.12:

  • AP Markers in Exported Image

    If you resized the image when using File->Export->Image
    and ask to export your AP Markers, then the location of
    those markers was wrong. This only happened when
    exporting an image from the Survey View--the Report View
    exporting worked fine.
    (Fixed in v3.0.12)

  • Wi-Spy Sometimes Not Found under Windows 8

    Depending on what other USB devices you had plugged in
    under Windows 8, sometimes VisiWave couldn't find your
    Wi-Spy USB device.
    (Fixed in v3.0.12)

  • Channel Map with Highlighted Overlaps

    A channel map that maps just channels (instead of channels
    plus each AP) was showing highlighted overlapping areas
    based on each AP rather than just on channel.
    (Fixed in v3.0.12)

  • Self-Contained HTML Reports

    One image file was not brought into the HTML file--an
    image dealing with the heatmap legend. This is now
    properly included in the HTML.
    (Fixed in v3.0.12)

  • Easily Turn Off Help Messages

    While doing some common operations like collecting survey
    data, VisiWave pops up help messages. You can turn these
    on/off under Options. But now you can also select a check
    box on the message to turn them off.
    (Added in v3.0.12)

  • Highlight Overlaps in AP Coverage Maps

    AP Coverage maps did not allow you to highlight areas
    with more than one overlapping AP--only Channel Maps and
    Data Rate Maps allowed this. Now AP Coverage maps allow
    it too.
    (Added in v3.0.12)


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