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2015/01/19 SubRip 1.52.0 (c) Bloody + "Open VOB" window: added FindMatrix support, as already avaliable in CLI mode via /FINDMATRIX cmd. Essentially, this allows to use multiple small Matrix files (one Matrix per font), as an alternative to a large all-in-one Matrix. + "Options" menu: added "FindMatrix Options" window. + "Global Options" window: added an option to automatically save the character matrix after saving a subtitle, saving another mouse click. + Added a few Help buttons here and there. - punct.dic: fixed an issue where spaces after an opening parenthesis or bracket weren't filtered anymore (since 1.50b7). Oops.. - /FINDMATRIX: fixed a path problem for cases where <matrix-dir> was specified exactly as "..", where the result filename(s) were missing the leading Windows drive letter (although they did contain a fully resolved root path). - SortMatrix: fixed a minor bug where deleted characters were showing up in the listview again after sorting (although they were still marked as deleted and were therefor still excluded from saving). - "View/Edit Matrix" window: strongly raised the font size for the text edit widget, so one can actually recognize the typed character(s) a little better.
Source: README, updated 2015-01-19

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