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Slack for Mac 2.3.2

Slack has released version 2.3.2 of its Mac desktop client, fixing a problem with idle timing that made it seem as though you were inactive and unavailable and also resulted in too many mobile notifications. The group messaging system and productivity tool fixes a bug that caused characters to go missing when typing in languages that require input composition (such as Korean) and then switching to the input method editor. The update also ensures that contractions don’t cause spellcheck errors unless they truly are misspelled. (Free from Slack and the Mac App Store, 64.2 MB, 10.9+)

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mprove  2016-11-19 13:43
It strikes me how difficult it is to move Slacks window. You have to hunt for an empty spot in the head area. It would be much better to use any non-functional area for click'n'drag. #usability
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