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Universal Zoomies
Now with added zoom and M1.
This release contains a number of minor improvements for freediving, fixing some calculation issues and the like, along with the ability to split a series of freedives into individual dives. It also contains the ability to zoom in on a dive profile by zooming with the scroll wheel or trackpad, or making a selection on the profile and clicking the zoom button. Useful for zooming in on a particular immersion, or around the time you took a bunch of photos. Once zoomed you can also pan back and forth across the dive.

Of note, this release is also universal - it supports both Intel and Apple Silicon processors natively.

Support for some new devices was added, the Crest CR-4 and the Cressi Neon, plus the usual assortment of random bug fixes.

The full macOS release notes are available here .

It's Been A While
Time to push an update...
This update contains support for a number of new devices and little bug fixes that people have been testing over the last while. There was also a new iOS update recently that has a bunch of new devices supported, along with the usual bug fixes and the like. My apologies for the lack of updates - it's been a crazy year so far.

I hope you're all safe out there and maybe even able to get some diving in.

The macOS release notes are available here .

New Year Updates
A very quick new year update for some new releases
I've released macOS v2.11.4 and iOS v1.4.1 with a bunch of minor fixes and improvements. Check out their various release notes or the forum for a full list. The iOS version in particular has a large number of minor UI layout/style/display fixes that I noticed just tinkering around over the break and I've tried to fix them all. Please let me know if you see any further issues!

There are a couple of new devices supported and many little bug fixes that I've been meaning to get out for a while.

The macOS release notes are available here .

May updates
Joining dives on iOS, bottom time, and plenty of little fixes.
MacDive for macOS (2.10.13) and iOS (1.3.12) have both just been released. One of the longer requested features has been to bring the ability to join dives together on iOS, so I'm glad to say this is finally available. Visit Settings from any list of dives and you'll have the option to select dives to join.

One of the bigger changes in these releases are the addition of a new Bottom Time field. For macOS you can enable this in the main dives table. This field, which is calculated automatically, is now used over total duration for all SAC/RMV calculations. The intention is that for dives with surface periods (eg in a cave, or during training) will now show a more accurate SAC/RMV. So, if your rates change slightly, that's why!

There are a number of other minor tweaks and bug fixes as usual. See the release notes for the full list.

Updated Dive Inspector
Revamped inspector, support for the Suunto D5 and other bits and pieces.
I finally had enough of the very old dive inspector, and decided to revamp it. That's the main improvement in this update - a brand new inspector. It has a lot more room to display content, making for much less cramped tabs with things jammed everywhere. It is resizable. The site and map are now merged. The critters view now shows you the combined critters tagged via photos or directly on a dive. There's a ton of little improvements around the place so I could go on - but really, just download it and have a play.

If you run in to any problems then please let me know. This is a fairly big update, there's bound to be a few little kinks to smooth out.

There's also support for the new Suunto D5, and I've added Bluetooth support for the Mares Bluelink. Don't forget the usual assortment of random bug fixes, and hopefully that's a decent update.

There's a new iOS version out too (1.3.10), available on the App Store now. This has improved Mares Bluelink support (faster and more reliable) along with support for the Suunto D5.

For the full list of changes, please see the release notes.

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