The first public release of the new 1.1 branch that offers remote monitoring.
A Refresh Status action was added to the Actions menu. It manually refreshes the status of all monitored services (in both local and remote computers) and MySQL instances.
MySQL Notifier would crash if a dead (bogus) MySQL Server service was registered, and discovered.
A workaround was to remove the dead service, such as "sc delete MySQL_BROKEN", and then restart MySQL Notifier. (Bug #16980502, Bug #14349610)
The MySQL Notifier service will now start itself immediately after being installed by the MySQL Installer. (Bug #16927045)
On Microsoft Windows 8, the
entry was not created properly, therefore the Notifier
would not start after the user logged in.
(Bug #16832752, Bug #69279)
MySQL Notifier would continue to run after it was uninstalled.
A workaround was to close MySQL Notifier before uninstalling it. (Bug #16661468)
Services that were manually added to MySQL Notifier would not be listed until after MySQL Notifier was restarted.
Instance options edited from the Manage Instance
Settings dialog were not saved. They are now written
MySQL Notifier would not start after upgrading version 1.0.3 to 1.1.3.
A workaround was to delete the old 1.0.3 settings from the
APPDATA folder before executing the upgrade.