Wave Release Notes for July 25, 2022
Wave Release Version 3.3.2
This release includes enhancements and fixes for an overall smoother user experience.
|The app redirects the user to the App Store when the app detects
a newer version is released.
|The Search screen has now a sort feature.
Users can sort by Alphabetical or Signal Strength order.
|The Inventory screen has a new User Interface (UI).
It now has 4 tabs that display the count for Total, Scanned,
Not Scanned, and Unexpected items.
Previously users need to open the menu to see this.
|Quick Tag||The behavior of the Quick Tag screen was enhanced by adjusting the autofocus, animation, and auto clear features.
|Settings||Under the Settings screen, the Power and Scanner Mode were combined into RF Options as they do the same function.|
|Inventory||Fixed an issue where the texts on Synchronizing Changes Prompt were overlapping. The texts are no longer overlapping.|
|Fixed an issue where saving a blank report crashes the app. The Inventory screen no longer allows saving a blank audit report.|
|Fixed an issue where pulling the trigger of the handheld when scrolling the inventory list, refreshing the inventory list, or saving an audit report crashes the app. The app no longer crashes, as data processing was improved.|
|Fixed an issue where the app crashes when refreshing the inventory list and pulling the trigger of the handheld. The app no longer crashes, as data processing was improved.|
|Search Screen||Fixed a bug where the displayed info on the Search screen is not of the selected item from the Search Results list. It now displays the correct info.|
|Quick Tag||Fixed an issue where the QuickT ag screen sometimes freezes after commissioning RFID tags. The Quick Tag screen no longer freezes.|
|Log in||Fixed an issue where scanning an invalid QR code from a deleted user causes the app to crash. It now displays an Invalid Login message.|
|General System||Fixed an issue where switching to different screens quickly causes the app to crash. The app no longer crashes, as data processing was improved.|