This release includes several bug fixes (see below) ... but most notably there is now one version of Snoop again, not four
... and Snoop is smart enough to Snoop applications regardless of whether the application has been built on top of WPF 3.5 or WPF 4.0 ... or whether the application is a 32-bit application or a 64-bit application.
Special thanks goes out to Bruno Martinez for this contribution.
As always, Happy Snooping!
| Work Item || Description |
| 4250 || Right-clicking on the white space in the properties grid opens the context menu now. |
| 4729 || The scope up button has artwork now. |
| 4732 || You can now minimize the app chooser. |
| 4735 || Added tool tips and labels to everything I could. |
| 4741 || Snoop now searches for a visible window to be set as the owner. |
| 4775 || Fixed the app chooser so that it shows the refresh command better. |
| 4776 || Modified the app chooser so that its width is fixed. |
| 4778 || Fixed the app chooser so that you can tell when it has focus. |
| 4845 || Fixed the Snoop start up process to be more robust for multi-threaded scenarios. |
| 4846 || Switched the visual item resources so that it is right under the visual item. |
| 4865 || Fixed the Snoop start up process to handle situation where main window has been created after the application. |
| 4730 || Fixed Snoop so that you don't have four version to handle all the Snooping scenarios. |
| 5002 || Fixed Snoop so that it doesn't require WPF 4.0 to run. |