Release Notes: This release focused on adding support for fairly common database features that DbWrench did not support previously. The new features include support for custom data types (or user defined types), unique constraints, and MySQL routines (procedures and functions). The secondary focus of this release was to fix a bunch of bugs related to the user interface.
Release Notes: New items in this release include SSL support, updated Help Contents, a zoom toolbar, and menus for database and diagram items. The new menus allow hotkeys to be associated with very common items such as adding tables, columns, and foreign keys. This should make these very common actions quicker to perform.