Today we released another maintenance update for Merlin. It comes not only with optimisations under the hood, the update also contains some new features.
Merlin supports as of now import of mindmaps from the new NovaMind. Also an often asked function was finally implemented: You can request a copy of your Merlin license(s) directly over Merlin’s help menu or the license dialogue. You will be then re-directed to a specially for this purpose created web page on which you can complete your request.
Today we released Merlin 2.8. Beside the compatibility to Mac OS X 10.7 “Lion”, we’ve added a few, but interesting features. Now you can use the full screen mode from Lion and the files from the former working session in Merlin will be reopened automatically. Also a new risk report is now included.
A. Modern router (purchased within the last 4 years) usually support UPNP, but this service is often disabled per default. To enable it, you need to call the router settings over a web browser. You simply type its IP address and press Enter. D-Link routers have per default 192.168.0.1, Linksys 192.168.1.1, some other routers prefer 192.168.2.1.
If you are not sure about your router’s address, just call your ‘Network’ Mac OS X System Preference pane, select your connected interface, call ‘Advanced…’ and switch to the ‘TCP/IP’ tab. Your router’s IP will be displayed there.