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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.
Previously Toolbar height was determined by the size of the main browser window. Toolbars now properly maintain their height proportionally to the full display of the device.
Modal dialogs now properly adhere to Windows DPI scaling settings.
Some newly introduced Windows gestures are now being properly blocked while KioWare is running.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chrome 78/CEF 3904. For a full list of features added to Chrome 78, visit here.
KioWare 8.21 built on Chrome 77 saw Flash support removed. Flash support has been re-enabled with 8.22's upgrade to Chrome 78.
KioWare is now compatible with the NP-3511 model receipt printer by Nippon Primex.
New session timer functionality can now be leveraged as a subtle warning to the user that their session is about to expire.
Video controls included in our Guided Setup's Video Player template are now properly scaled and positioned based on the kiosk's display resolution.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chrome 77/CEF 3865. For a full list of features added to Chrome 77, visit here.
Numato's 32 Channel USB GPIO module is a low cost, easily deployable solution for incorporating multiple peripheral devices into your kiosk.
KioWare has supported TWAIN-based document scanners for some time and now also supports the WIA scanning protocol.
KioWare now supports EMV transactions through Tenerum Payment Systems.
KioWare now supports Chip DNA version 2.12. Click here for a full list of new features and fixes in 2.12.
Optimized and improved upon other processes as well as provided general bug fixes.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chrome 75/CEF 3770. For a full list of features added to Chrome 75, visit here.
Added a "scrub" feature that allows users to utilize fast-forward and rewind buttons as well as a seekbar with videos linked on the video play page.
KioWare now supports smart cards that do not have an ID associated with them, adding another layer of flexibility to its operational efficiency.
Update implemented to allow Addins to monitor the state of content updates, making KioWare more versatile for users that require additional flexibility.
Various bug fixes as well as the addition of an exit action warning to make the administration of KioWare even more user-friendly.
Functionality has been added to allow users to browse out and select an image via a file explorer window when adding a picture to the toolbar.
Addins now have access to lower level events that can be used to more precisely track the progress of content updates.
Addins now have access to lower level events that can be used to more precisely track the progress of content updates.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chrome 73/CEF 3683. For a full list of features added to Chrome 73, visit here.
Users now have the ability to specify alternate start pages for specific attract screens. This allows customers to click on an attract screen and go directly to the relevant start page set as associated with that attract page.
Support added to Drive Browser to allow for selecting multiple files at once. Previously, each file would need to be selected independently. Additional changes include improved file path handling, and previewing of selected image files.
KioCall can now be set to ring when an incoming call comes in to the kiosk.
Support added for the Puloon LCDM2 and LCDM1 Currency Dispensers.
Support for the Honeywell Vuquest 3320g Barcode Scanner has been added.
Boca Lemur K receipt printer support added.
Support added for the Access IS OCR316-E Passport Reader and the Access ATOM Passport readers.
Support added for the Tanvas Touch Display Device providing haptic feedback based on a user's touch on the screen.
KioWare now supports Chip DNA version 2.10. Click here for a full list of new features and fixes in 2.10.
New device support added to allow for scheduled device shutdowns. In KioWare Full, additional features include the ability to monitor the health and status of the device via heartbeats.
This feature allows user-created pre and post content update scripts to be supported. This allows users to stop and start IIS or an app pool before and after content updates occur.
KioWare can now track and send update progress (percentage of total) to KioWare Kiosk Management tools.
UI improvements, bug fixes, and undesired behaviors have been improved.
Google has released information about a serious security vulnerability (CVE-2019-5786). This version of KioWare for Windows adds support for Chrome 72 (72.0.3626.121), resolving this vulnerability.
KioWare has added support for Chrome 70.
KioWare has added support for mobile devices in the drive browser system. This allows users to transfer files to the kiosk (drive browser) directly from their mobile device rather than a USB drive.
Easily use a website favicon in the custom toolbar.
Ability to lock the mouse cursor to a primary display when using multiple monitors. This allows deployers to limit mouse movements to only the allowed display.
Auto start applications can now be set to manipulate the application’s main window, hide KioWare, and hide the desktop cover.
KioWare has updated support for STAR printers using the new STAR Printer API. This provides additional STAR printer support as well as re-establishing support for STAR printers that were previously supported.
KioWare now allows for facial recognition integration via the Omron Facial Recognition Device. The device, the Omron B5T-007001(XB1), can be used to estimate a user’s age, facial expression (anger, happiness, neutral, sadness, and surprise), facial identity, gender, and more. When used with KioWare, the kiosk can serve different content based on the recognition of predefined characteristics.
The Innova device is a general input-output device that includes functions that can cycle LEDs, monitor environment sensors, and detect vibration. KioWare now offers support for this hardware integration.
KioWare now integrates with the Omron Multi-sensor 2JCIE-BU01 to store temperature, humidity, barometric pressure, light intensity, sound noise, acceleration, eTVOC, and other environmental information.
KioWare now supports the RFID tag reader/writer by FEIG Electronics.
KioWare can now monitor Practical Automation Wide form printers. Data includes low paper, out of paper, paper jam, and more.
KioWare has updated to Version 2.07 of ChipDNA. This allows for EMV compliant payment accepting and processor communication using ChipDNA’s latest release.
KioWare has added support for Chrome 67.
Improvements have been made to the Guided Setup tool.
Various Bug Fixes to improve security, usability, and functionality.
Users are now directed to a Guided Setup upon first installation of KioWare for Windows. The Guided Setup tool allows users to choose from interactive kiosk content, non-interactive digital signage, or a KioCall video conferencing configuration. Additional set up features available using the Guided Setup tool.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chromium 65.
The mouse cursor can be set to auto-hide after timeout.
This page now appears when ACL blocked events take place.
A "length check" has been added which retries the downloading of remote settings to help prevent bad file downloads.
This allows for blocking the right click or allows for context menus to appear when right clicking is enabled.
Credit Call's EMV compliant credit card support updated to ChipDNA 2.03, adding support for the Ingenico RBA 17.3.10 among other improvements.
The OTI solution allows for accepting cashless payments on kiosks. KioWare has been updated to support the newest release, version 2.02.
An option is now available to open downloads in new tabs.
A new option has been added to keep the virtual keyboard on screen at all times. The virtual keyboard can now also be docked to the top of the screen.
KioWare for Windows now supports Chrome 63.
Support has been added for basic authentication and client certificates retrieving remote settings.
DPI Scaling in accordance with Windows settings is now supported.
KioWare kiosks running KioCall Video Conferencing now allow incoming calls while in attract mode.
KioWare is now able to communicate with a remote NetEPay server. This was previously only supported when running the NetEPay server on the same PC.
Update to the ScanShell OCR for Driver's license scanning. Support added for capturing the full license image.
If upgrading, use KioCall instead.
Bug fixes include improvements to the virtual keyboard performance, navigation tweaks, and various changes to improve responsiveness.
New toolbar controls have been added to allow for configuring the custom KioWare toolbar to show date and/or time. A new toolbar control has also been added to indicate connection type. There is also a toolbar control that accompanies the time limited sessions feature ('Session Timer').
Command line options for the Browsing ACL Import tool have been added which enables scripting.
KioWare now allows you to set a max time for each user session.
A setting has been added to allow for specifying accepted languages in the KioWare browser.
Users now can choose to clear or keep cookies based on a filter.
Support has been added for the popular 3rd party virtual keyboard solution, "Hot Virtual Keyboard".
Chromium 62 support added.
Various bug fixes.
Support for has been added for monitoring various sensors and metrics from the system. These sensors include: temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, etc.
KioWare has added support for refund and sales transactions for use with the OTI Trio device (device previously supported).
KioWare has added support for multiple currencies for use with the MEI bill acceptor (device previously supported).
KioWare now supports the latest version of Chip DNA - version 2.1 which adds new EMV compliant devices to the list of KioWare supported devices.
Send monitored device serial numbers and descriptions to KioWare Server (requires server version 4.9.6 or greater).
Support for client-managed serial numbers in the MTBF feature.
KioWare has been updated to support Chrome 58 which adds IndexedDB 2.0, Full screen Progressive Web Apps, Sandboxed iframe Improvements and more.
Set KioWare to start using multiple tabs and opening to specified URLs.
KioWare can now be configured to perform automatic actions for specified webpages. Automatic actions can be used to have users automatically logged into a particular page or app, or perform other automatic tasks as specified.
Set session ends and restarts when a particular, specified URL is reached/loaded.
Create a customized exit pattern for increased flexibility and security.
The attract looper now has the option to utilize local HTML files for attract screen content.
Support for multiple display spanning. This allows for a digital signage deployment that includes content (image, browser, video etc.,) that spans multiple displays.
The addition of multiple EMV compliant devices (attended and unattended) via the DataCap EMV platform with support for a number of processors including Elavon, First Data, Heartland, Vantiv, Worldpay and more. Specifically, through the new DataCap integration, KioWare now supports the inexpensive Ingenico IUP250 (iSelf) for unattended payments.
KioWare now supports the Identiv Multi-ISO High Frequency Reader AMID2US00 USB is an inexpensive RFID reader supporting ISO standards (ISO 14443 A/B, ISO 15693)
Support has been added for the Hengstler CP-56 receipt printer, allowing for printing on 56 mm rolls
Support for displaying mixed mode code (optional). This impacts those with sites that serve content via http and https pages.
Using the new automatic actions feature, KioWare can be set to enable automatic log ins, redirects, session ends, or to automatically run scripts when a particular URL is used.
A busy indicator has been added. This indicator appears if there is lag while transitioning to or from attract mode.
Includes a shortcut to access the KioWare Event Log from inside the config tool.
Users now have the ability to customize the icons that show in KioWare message dialogs.
A number of bugs have been addressed.
Browser is now upgraded to Chrome 52
This version of KioWare will no longer support Vista
Scheduled actions are now capable of executing a command line
Support for mapping key combinations to actions
Addin support has been added for handling downloads
A default screen delay, transition style, and transition time have been added to attract screen simple looper (attract looper) mode (applies to additional displays).
Support for assistive technologies such as JAWS® screen reading software, ZoomText® screen magnification and screen reading software, and EZ® Access Keypad device support have been added
Ability to create a custom right click (context) menu.
Support for Raw Windows Printers such as the KR403, KR203, Zebra TTP2030, and any printer that installs a Windows driver
PJL Printer monitoring support
Support for Symbol, Motorola, and Zebra barcode readers that support SNAPI
Options have been added which allow you to hide or minimize managed dialogs/windows.
KioWare now allows you to set a destination for file downloads, using the drive browser.
You can now add a custom configuration screen to your Addin to make it simple for users to configure the Addin within the KioWare Config Tool.
KioWare now has the option to set and limit the number of print jobs allowed per session.
You can now create Addin events for file downloads.
The tool which allows you to import your KioWare Classic Settings into the new KioWare for Windows now supports the original KioWare Browser product.
Various bug fixes including an update to allow KioWare to run prior to the first opening of the config tool file and an update to allow KioWare to correctly identify the version of Windows running on the device.
Support for switching between languages on the virtual keyboard.
Updates to the User Interface include file upload controls, and selecting a file download destination.
The browser is now upgraded to Chrome 49.
Support for RFIdeas RFID Scanners used for employee/badge cards for in-building authentication, computer access, and identification.
Support for a variety of flatbed scanners (listed in the TwainDotNet library).
Support for the Watchport/H & Watchport/T devices which monitor humidity and temperature.
Support for monitoring the kiosk system battery.
A number of bugs have been addressed.
A new Addin API with functions and events for integrating into the exit routine of KioWare.
The browser is now upgraded to Chrome 47. This update addresses a crash caused by some dropdown lists.
Includes a fix to address a possible crash when multiple windows (tabs or pop-ups) are open, and other minor bugs fixes.
View PDFs natively when navigating to websites/applications displaying PDF files.
Simple integration of the Vidyo collaboration video conferencing application into KioWare to allow users to communicate with a representative via HD video.
Allows KioWare to automatically log into websites that require basic authentication.
Custom default zoom levels can be set for docked browsers, secondary displays, and attract screens.
Support for capturing an image directly from a file upload control on a web page.
Support utilizing the Attract Looper Feature (also known as Local Folder Attract Mode) on secondary monitors.
Ability to launch a list of applications when KioWare is launched.
Caps, Num, Scroll Lock and Battery Level indicators and controls added to the custom toolbar.
Information on some websites can be served as a "download". The ability to allow certain file downloads is critical for users to view PDF's, in particular.
The browser is now upgraded to Chrome 45.
Client certificates are now sent with all KioWare Server, KioCloud, and KioWare License Server requests, if enabled.
A Latvian Language virtual keyboard has been added.
Improvements to the UI of the General and Security Tabs.
ChipDNA 1.8 is now supported, offering EMV compliant devices and support for an expanded device list.
Support for Larco Security Mats to provide session reset based on mat readings.
Provides ability to monitor supported devices with KioWare Server or KioCloud.
Various other bug fixes and improvements.
Convert a KioWare Classic for Windows XML configuration file to a usable KioWare for Windows configuration file (JSON) with this import tool.
This new configuration feature allows users to add attract screen assets to a specified file in order to create a custom, auto playing attract screen via simple drag and drop.
The Configuration Tool has been modified in order to improve user experience, particularly when used on touch screen.
Using the pop up color picker, you can now customize tab colors and background colors to create an end user experience that is fully integrated with your brand, website, or application styles.
The new HTML keyboards are now available for more than 50 language locales.
Pop up dialogs can now be customized and styled to create a cohesive experience for end users.
Allows for setting custom URLs based on a static, kiosk-specific command string.
Ability to set a timeout warning dialog for users before session restarts due to inactivity.
Scripted installation feature added to allow for simplified & unattended installation.
By default, KioWare automatically determines if a new URL should be opened via new tab or pop up (based on size). KioWare can be set to open new URLs all in new tabs or (new feature) all in new pop up windows.
Allows users to import both settings files and package files to KioWare for Windows (previously only package files were supported).
ChipDNA supports a variety of different PINpads and communication protocols for those PINpads.
The Code Reader™ 1000 (CR1000) is a compact, cabled barcode reader that takes up limited workspace.
The Sankyo SHT1610-0730 Dispenser allows for dispensing of various card types to end users.
Other bug fixes and improvements to code, configuration settings, & user interface.
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