* The eWatcher module (email alert service), has been renamed eWatcher Lite, to distinguish it from a future version that will coexist with the current, which let you view and delete e-mails directly from the server.
* Removed a bug that in some cases, prevents properly store the received emails. It is recommended upgrade to all users of versions 7.0.0 and 7.1.0.
* Fixed some flaws in the user interface (disposition of certain graphic elements) when using the application in small-screen monitors (800×600 pixels) or in sizes larger than 1440×900 pixels. Now, the behavior is correct in screens between 800×600 pixels and 1920×1080 pixels (Full HD).
* Has been fixed an issue that prevents proper operation of the [now] and [now ss] buttons in the dialog boxes of creation/modification of items in the main window of dBase.
* Has been improved the behavior of the application when used on a secondary monitor (on systems with more than one monitor).
* When using the application on a secondary monitor, can arise some problems that misconfigure the internal arrangement of windows of dBase, when trying to redistribute some of their graphics elements. For example, resize the Frame Holder or Log. Specifically, the problems detected in Windows 7, when using a secondary monitor in the following positions relative to the the primary one:
- Right: changing Frame holder o email holder.
- Below: when modifying any resizable window.
- Left: correct behavior in all cases.
- Above: when modifying the main windows of dBase; Frame hilder or email holder.
* Sometimes, an error can occur when closing the application. It is a known issue with certain versions of Windows (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/111577/en-us) that so far, we could not solve. However, the problem can be avoided including any image (eg a .jpg or .gif file) in the frame holder of the item that appears in first position within the root space of dBase (first item in the first column). Note that it is the solution adopted in the demo included in the dBase accompanying the initial installation.