This update has concentrated on allowing HAC to work with non-English Microsoft Windows operating systems. It hasn’t added any extra functionality to the Android apps it can build.
Prior to this version HAC would only work on a non-English Windows system if it were installed in a folder whose file-path was valid, that is consisted of just ASCII characters. If the file-path was invalid then HAC wouldn’t run properly and would probably crash at startup.
Note, there is still a limitation on non-English Windows systems in that projects should still be placed in a valid file-path otherwise the graphic routines within HAC can have problems. However, this limitation doesn’t affect the building or running of projects on Emulators and Android devices.
For the time being HAC apps still cannot display non-English character sets but we are working on this.
For further details see the release notes accompanying HAC and the posts listed in our forums.
Thank you to our forum users and others for submitting such valuable feedback.