Added support for Continuity Camera that lets you use your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to scan documents or take a picture of something nearby and transfer it instantly to the home inventory application.
Set a 2-second auto-hide for table row action (row swipes).
Fixed wrong actions on a row swipe in secondary tables.
Fixed the name of a 'Room' filter in the inventory items table.
Added a choice list for the inventory item 'Condition' field. The choice list will contain all previously used condition terms so you won't have to type them again.
Updated layout of inventory items' 'General' tab fields, changed the color of item fields. The old one (light blue) was not visible enough.
Added a new ('Expand/Collapse') button for the Inventory items' table to allow users to collapse the table and make more space for item documents, events, etc. Use the ⌘← key combination to collapse the table and ⌘→ to expand it back.
iOS application’s service discovery depends on Apple’s Bonjour technology, and on some WiFi routers that won’t always work.
First, make sure that you have installed all the updates for both applications.
Sometimes turning iPhone’s Airplane mode on and off would make the application find synchronization server that is running within the Mac application.
Another cause of such problems on the WiFi router could be: 'you probably have multicast on WiFi disabled’. That one would require some tinkering with options in your WiFi router in order to enable that option.
If you forgot your Blue Plum Home Inventory password, and the hint you added is not enough to help you remember it, you can see the password from the Apple MacOS Keychain application.
If you have the administrative access to your Mac, you can open the Keychain application and search for the "UserAccount" term. Double-click on the "Blue Plum Home Inventory" row and select the "Show Password" check box in the form that will be displayed. Your application password will become visible.