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EyeSpy 2.0.4 available now on Mac App Store

This release improves the stability of the EyeSpy application.

  • EyeSpy 2.0.3 would sometime crash when attempting to share on social media from the button in the About panel. This has been fixed.
  • The About and Character Preferences panels are closed when the user clicks on the “Share” button, so that the sharing panel isn’t accidentally hidden behind them.
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