For many years I have been using the standard .NET settings files to store the configuration options in my tools. But this week I learned that the way I was using them was not really the most efficient way. This resulted in performance and stability issues. So therefore in the current development release I have modified how the settings files are used. You should see a slightly improved performance and less stability issues and crashes as well (especially when running multiple instances of the tools).
The downside of this change is that you might see that some of your options are lost when you install the latest development release. So if you made specific settings in the options it’s best to double check they are still there.
If you have any issues with this new version, please post them in the forum.