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Added new portal page customization features in the Guided Setup.
Added a minimally intrusive support option for KioWare.
KioWare now supports Chrome 79/CEF 3945.
Expanded KioWare's toolbelt by adding support for another EMV processor.
KioWare now supports for these MagTek check readers.
KioWare now supports an array of generic keyboard wedge devices.
Assets stored in KioWare for Android's UserData directory are now embedded as assets in an archive file.
More granular control of video playback when leveraging video player page after being created through the Guided Setup.
Numato GPIO board is now supported by KioWare.
Users can now override the device screen timeout. Along with forcing the screen to stay on globally, KioWare now also supports specifying times during which a device screen timeout should be ignored. Any time outside of this specified range will allow screen timeouts to operate normally.
Custom spacers now properly reflect their assigned properties. Previously, setting the spacer's URL or color value was ignored.
ChipDNA EMV compliant Chip and Pin payment processing and device support has been updated to version 2.07.
Bug fixes and security improvements to improve performance and security.
KioWare has a new app, a version of the KioCall Video Conferencing App that works on Android. This KioCall App for Android is available at KioWare and in the Google Play Store. Use the KioCall Android App to see which Kiosks/Users are active, make calls to Kiosks, Users, or Groups, place queue or conference calls, accept incoming calls while logged in (even if the app is running in the background), and set a ringtone or vibrate when receiving an incoming call. The KioCall App can be set to start on boot, view front or rear cameras, auto-reconnect if the connection is lost, and now has the ability to change the user password.
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