Enhancements in LogMeIn Hamachi2 for Mac
Browse feature extended
You can now select between Windows File Sharing and Apple File Sharing when you browse a peer’s computer. You can browse on a peer by right-clicking the peer and clicking Browse.
Compatibility with Mediashare
Compatibility with UPnP devices using Mediashare has been improved.
Hamachi2 menu bar icon
The Hamachi2 icon is now displayed on the menu bar.
Fixes in LogMeIn Hamachi2 for Mac
Client window position
The position of the Hamachi2 client was not saved when you closed the application.
Preferences were not always saved
In some cases, the options in the Preferences window were not saved after you changed those.
Option removed from Basic Settings
The Disable UPnP option was removed from the Preferences > Basic settings page.
Second notification message did not respond
Clicking on the notification icon on the systray did not respond if you received two messages of different type and you have already opened the first notification.
Restricted mode options
The Enable online presence option has been removed from the Basic settings page for clients running in restricted mode.
Attaching and detaching the client
The client user interface behaved unexpectedly in the following cases:
• You received an attach or a detach message.
• You detached the client while it was still a member of a network.
• You detached the client while it was running in minimal mode.
Tab key acted as Enter when attaching a client
The Tab key acted as Enter if you attached your client to an existing account in the Attach to LogMeIn Account dialog.
Client User Interface issue
The client user interface was not displayed after Hamachi2 was reinstalled.
Double-click did not ping a peer
In some cases, double-clicking a peer’s name did not ping the peer.
Running custom processes blocked Hamachi2 until the process ended. You can define custom processes to run in Preferences > Settings > Advanced Settings > Interface Settings > Show custom command in peer’s menu.
System message showed incorrect date
In some cases, system messages about restarting Hamachi2 servers displayed incorrect dates.
Hamachi2 log file
In some cases, the Hamachi2 log file contained incorrect entries.
Peer-to-peer tunnel setup
In some cases, it was not possible to establish a peer-to-peer tunnel if there was packet loss during the negotiation phase.
TCP tunnel setup
An incorrect IP address was recorded during TCP tunnel setup.
Incorrect IP address assigned to client
In some cases, the IP address 0.0.0.0. was incorrectly assigned to the client.
An empty notification window was displayed when you uninstalled the Hamachi2 client.
Warning icon did not open dialog
Clicking on the yellow warning icon did not open the Peer Properties dialog.
Clients did not run in minimal mode
It was not possible to run the Hamachi2 client in minimal mode on a Mac.
Network welcome messages
Network welcome messages were not displayed on Hamachi2 Mac clients.
Network messages were not displayed on system tray
The system tray icon did not blink when a network messages arrived.
Unregistering UPnP entry
UPnP entries were not unregistered before a new one was registered.
UPnP entries not removed from router
UPnP entries were not removed from the router's settings if the Hamachi2 client was not shut down properly. This occurred for example due to system failure, or network interruption.
Menu labels in systray icon
The context menu of the Hamachi2 system tray did not display menu items.
Welcome messages in minimal mode
Clients running in minimal mode incorrectly received network welcome messages.
Network menu options in restricted mode
The options in the Network menu were available on the Hamachi2 for Mac client in restricted mode even if joining or creating networks were disabled on the LogMeIn web interface.
You can change these client settings on the web interface by switching to Network mode and then clicking Edit next to the client you want to change. You can modify your client settings on the Settings tab.
UPnP performance issue
CPU load was unnecessarily high if UPnP was in use.