Rel. 6.3.47 (2020-06-30)
The logos used for signing PDFs are now resized to the same height as the selected signature (Text, QR-Code, or Minimal) while maintaining the original image's aspect ratio.
Modified the layout of the signing process, making it more visible in documents with several signed pages.
We have implemented the [ESC] key to cancel the signing process at any time.
Added ".obkw" extension to files destroyed and deleted during encryption/decryption operations.
Fixed a bug pointing to "FILE NOT FOUND" related to custom logos for PDF signatures, occurring after the  6.3.41 upgrade.
Fixed the message "REFERENCE NOT FOUND" when signing a document without any signature marked on it.
Fixed sanitized file closing timing issue, which occurred after the 6.3.37 upgrade.
Rel. 6.3.41 (2020-06-28)
We modified the EXPIRATION BY DATE routine of protected PDF documents to keep them protected by default regarding cases where browsers have Javascript disabled.
Rel. 6.3.37 (2020-06-25)
Users can now set an EXPIRATION DATE/TIME to OBAKE-protected PDF documents.
Modified the update program to reproduce the color and background options set in OBAKE.
Created an encryption option excluding METADATA for compatibility with standard PDF 2.0.
Created a column to facilitate selecting digital signature lines to be deleted in PDF documents, located on the left of the grid and containing a red arrow.
Modified the scheme for selecting digital signature lines in PDF documents to only a single line simultaneously, simplifying the process and avoiding selection errors.
When selecting a column for editing in the signature grid, the content is now automatically marked, allowing for quick replacement (just type in the new value).
We got a 50% performance improvement in the file deletion routine when sanitization is not used.
OBAKE now detects the language used at installation to take over as the default program language - which does not prevent the user from changing this later.
Fixed a bug that prevented viewing the size of each encrypted file caused by updating specific libraries in the last release.
Rel. 6.3.29 (2020-06-16)
The user can now sign PDFs by placing a different signature type on each document page.
The signature grid now features the TYPE field, which can be modified to display the available signature options.
Included field "Page N of TOTAL" in the signatures, showing the signed page(s), helpful in contracts or documents that may require a signature on all pages.
Created a new signature mode (Minimal size), better suited to be placed in footers or headers and executed with or without a logo (QR-Code not allowed in this mode).
The user can now sign all PDF document pages while keeping the signatures in the same position on all pages.
Users can also choose different positions on the first and last pages, independent of all others.
Added a "grid" showing users which pages will be signed and the respective coordinates of each signature, allowing the user to edit the coordinates of each page quickly and delete signatures that will be made.
Added new informative "page" and "coordinates/positioning" messages in the PDF module.
Added informative message about how to sign several pages of a PDF, which can be disabled by the user if so desired.
Fixed the bug that prevented the context help message in the document window and the signature position grid.
Fixed the bug that allowed to mark position without a PDF file loaded, creating an exception in the software.
Rel. 6.3.16 (2020-06-06)
Fixed a bug that deleted files in FILES/FOLDERS if the user turned on this control in the SANITATION module.
Rel. 6.3.15 (2020-05-27)
Modified the process of creating 2-Factor Authentication by Google Authenticator, no longer requiring the user to enter their email or Internet access to complete the QR-Code.
Created a button for checking UPDATES in the ABOUT and SETUP windows. Now the user can check for updates regardless of the existing trigger in the Windows TASK SCHEDULER.
Included a button for checking version updates at the top of the window of the CONFIGURATION module and the ABOUT module.
Created a configuration button in the EMAIL module, making it easier for the user to locate options that previously only appeared when the options panel was unveiled.
Modified the layout of the buttons "BY ATTACHMENT" and "COPY/PASTE" in the EMAIL module.
Created a configuration button in the IMPORT-EXPORT CERTIFICATES module, making it easier for the user to locate options that previously only appeared when unscrolling the options panel.
Modified the layout of the buttons in the IMPORT-EXPORT CERTIFICATES module.
Changed the default of the CERTIFICATES module to "BY FILE".
Created a configuration button in the COPY/PASTE module, making it easier for the user to locate options that previously only appeared when the options panel was unveiled.
Created animated panel effect in the EMAIL, COPY/PASTE, and CERTIFICATES modules.
Fixed bug in 2-Factor Authentication by Google Authenticator, which was not being recognized on iPhones by the application downloaded from the Apple store.
Modified LiveUpdate to avoid failure of the Google Drive engine to point correctly, creating an unpacking error of the update package.
Rel. 6.3.2 (2020-05-23)
Modified the LiveUpdate process to avoid "file being used by another application" errors in some versions of Windows 10.
Fixed a bug from the previous version that pointed to an "unregistered copy" during encryption of a file opened by association (double-click or ENTER on .OBKF file).
Rel. 6.3 (2020-05-21)
DEFAULT certificates are now marked with a red background, standing out from the list of other user certificates.
Selecting and deselecting the DEFAULT Certificate has become more straightforward and more intuitive.
The DEFAULT Certificate button now only activates when the issuer/user's list of digital certificates contains more than one certificate.
We have further accelerated the input of OBAKE when opening files (ENTER or double-click), with a 90% reduction of the time previously spent.
LiveUpdate has been modified to open the version page at the end of execution, allowing users to follow the cycle of improvements and fixes in OBAKE.