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OmniPlan 2.4 is primarily focused on improving import and export of Microsoft Project MPP files and adding support for the Project 2013 file format. We’ve also updated the help documentation, fixed issues, and improved stability.
Microsoft Project 2013 support — Added support for importing and exporting Microsoft Project 2013 files. Please let us know if you experience any issues!
MPP Import Experience — Reworked the user experience when importing a Microsoft Project document. The presentation of import issues and the interface to report them to us are much improved.
In-App Help Documentation — The in-app help has been updated with an entirely new interface and new help content.
Leveling Delay — Leveling delay is now expressed in terms of the project schedule.
Microsoft Project Import and Export — A huge number of improvements in the accuracy and reliability of handling Microsoft Project files.
Performance on Yosemite — Application performance on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite should now be comparable to what it is under Mavericks, 10.9.
License Panel — The list of installed licenses no longer scroll off of the licensing panel on Yosemite.
Calendar Export/Publish — All-day events and regular events are now published correctly.
Copy/Paste to Spreadsheets — Fixed an issue where OmniPlan was not pasting data into columns correctly.
Blurry Text — Fixed a bug that caused task labels to become blurry on the Gantt view when you switch to another view and return.
Localizations — Fixed an issue where the constraint date could not be set when the application was set to Chinese localization.
Localizations — The Applescript panel in Publishing & Subscriptions is now localized.
Jumping Before Scrolling — Fixed an issue that could cause scrolling to jump to the wrong position in the file.
Leveling — In some cases, leveling would hang when trying to schedule too much incomplete work for a limited work period.
Inspectors — The pop-up calendar no longer disappears after a few clicks on Yosemite.
Undetermined Date Entry — Entering “T-” for task dates in backward from fixed end date projects will now work again.
Filters on Publish Actions — Fixed an issue where applying a filter to a publishing action would cause the file to not open.
Saving Untitled Documents as Templates — Fixed a bug where saving an untitled document as a template with the pre-populated file extension resulted in an unusable template.
Update before Publishing check — Fixed an issue where some WebDAV servers were not responding to our server/local project comparison query prior to publishing.
CalDAV Authentication — Fixed an issue where some CalDAV servers would return a “Method not allowed” error when attempting to login.
Gantt Chart Scaling — If start constraint is set before the Project Start Date, automatic scaling no longer creates wide Gantt charts.
Group Handles — Row handles on groups in the Gantt chart no longer draw under the left task label.
Display Time Of Day — Your project’s “Display Time of Day” setting is now saved and restored correctly regardless of the project’s granularity.
Stepping Date Fields — Fixed a crash in undetermined date mode when you use the up or down arrow keys in a date field.
Stability — Fixed crash that occurred when attempting to print.
Stability — Fixed crash that occurred entering malformed dates in projects with undetermined dates.
Stability — Fixed a bug in our export of leveling delay to MPP that could crash the exporter on ALAP tasks.
Stability — Fixed crash that occurred when a document window moved to another display while group shading was visible.
Stability — Fixed crash that occurred when reverting to an old version of a document on Yosemite.
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