Dejal Systems has released Simon 4.3, an essential update for the server monitoring tool, to address compatibility issues with macOS 10.14 Mojave and support its new Dark mode. The update adds the capability to follow or not follow a meta refresh for each test, improves the Auto-Pause logic so it works for a full day, eliminates a crash that occurred when editing a test on the Filters page, ensures the Password field remembers its value in Port-based tests, removes the Fabric crash reporter to avoid sending unnecessary data to a third party, and improves the layout of the Context filter. To celebrate the release of version 4.3—the first update since February 2016—Dejal has discounted new copies of Simon to $59 and upgrades from version 3 to $29 for a limited time. Simon is also available via the Setapp subscription service. ($99 new, free update, 16.3 MB, release notes, macOS 10.10+)
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