May 10, 2021
A new update of CalcKit is here!
Thanks to CalcKit's amazing translators, with this update complete translation has been added for the following languages:
Currently CalcKit is translated into 21 languages, 17 of which include a complete translation.
If you would like to help translate CalcKit to your language or improve the translation to one of the existing languages, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this update, we have updated the CalcKit documentation and added some explanations about the new Start Screen that was added with the last update, as well as instructions on how to add the Calculator Shortcut to the home screen and the different ways to start the Floating Calculator.
Some functionality issues affecting the following settings have been fixed.
Copy result on "="
The calculator continued automatically copying the result even after the setting was turned off, until a new start of the application. Now the calculator will restart automatically after you change this setting and exit the settings menu.
Keep last calculation
There was a bug that kept the last calculation most of the time even though this setting was turned off. This is now fixed and the last calculation is only remembered when switching from the floating calculator to the normal calculator via the Maximize button.
Calculator visible on Start
If you tried to resume the application via the "CalcKit" shortcut after it had already been started, the calculator would automatically close for some reason. This is now fixed.
Added "Foot, Inch" Unit
The combined unit
Foot, Inch has been added to the Length converter to facilitate conversion from metric to imperial units.
Because the converters in CalcKit does not support multiple fields on the same line, the values of the
Foot, Inch unit are like this:
Many optimizations and hundreds of labels have been added to improve accessibility for users of assistive technologies such as TalkBack, BrailleNote and the like.
More improvements will be made in future updates, with the aim of making CalcKit more accessible and easier to use for everyone.