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Introducing Version 2.0 and new Usability Features

Introducing CommandGit Version 2.0 πŸŽ‰πŸ˜ƒ

CommandGit, the powerful project management tool, has just released a major update - version 2.0! This release includes plenty of new features and enhancements that will make managing your projects easier and more efficient. Let’s take a look at the new features and improvements included in this release.

New Features

  • A new screen for viewing all the scheduled commands across all projects: Now you can easily view all the scheduled commands for all your projects in one convenient place. This will help you stay organized and on top of all your tasks.

  • Added the ability to reopen previously opened categories between application startups: No more worrying about losing your place when you close the application. Now you can simply reopen the categories you were working on before.

  • Added vertical resizing of the main CommandGit screen: Now you can resize the application window vertically to make the most of your screen space.

  • Fixed the saving of the main application screen location and size: Say goodbye to the annoying bug that caused your screen location and size to reset every time you restarted the application. Now your settings will be saved correctly.

  • Added Rich Text Format for projects and command notes: Now you can add rich text formatting to your projects and command notes, so you can easily style and organize your information.

  • Upgraded the application to .NET 5: This upgrade brings improved performance and reliability to the application.

  • Other minor bug fixes and performance improvements: This release includes a number of bug fixes and performance enhancements that will make the application faster and more stable.

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