<< Current RemoteBox News...
2015-07-11 : RemoteBox 2.0 released
- RemoteBox now requires VirtualBox 5.0.x
- Added guest support for USB 3.0.
- Added OS icons for Windows 10, OS/2 1.x, Yosemite, El Capitan
- Added command line options for automatic login. See manual.
- Added option to set the virtual VGA card of a guest to either VirtualBox VGA
or VMware SVGA-II
- Allow snapshots to be taken while the guest is paused
- Added support for adding USB storage controller to a guest
- Added support for adding transient shared folders
- Added support for setting IPv6 Port Forwarding rules on NAT networks
- Added option to convert disk images to VDI when importing an appliance
- Changed the way guest details are displayed and added an option to show
extended (slower) or reduced (faster) guest details
- Added support for selecting built-in presets for the RDP clients. These are
currently FreeRDP (New Syntax), FreeRDP (Old Syntax), Rdesktop, Windows
Remote Desktop Client
- Added support for selecting the paravirtualization interface for a guest
- Added keyboard toolbutton for quick access to common keyboard sequences. The
full keyboard menu is still available
- Fixed a problem with trailing slashes in a URL preventing the remote display
to a guest from opening.
- Fixed a problem with UTF8 strings affecting the listing of storage attached
- Fixed an issue where 'Stuck' guests couldn't be stopped from the GUI.
- Various GUI tweaks
2015-04-10 : VirtualBox 5.x compatibility
- Work is in progress to add VirtualBox 5.x compatibility to RemoteBox
2014-10-26 : RemoteBox 1.9 released
- Combined guest logs onto a single tabbed window
- Added fix to show documentation when running on Windows
- Added Memory Bar to show memory usage on the server
- Added support for importing OVF/OVA appliances
- Added support for exporting a VM as an OVF/OVA appliance
- Added support for setting IPv4 Port Forwarding rules on NAT networks
- Improvements made to error handling on most dialogues
- Various GUI tweaks
2014-06-08 : RemoteBox 1.8.1 released
- Minor release to fix SOAP versioning issues experienced by some users
- Bundle appdata.xml file for packagers with distros that use it
2014-05-16 : RemoteBox 1.8 released
- Added option to automatically start chosen guests when the host system boots.
This requires some server side configuration before it can be used. Consult
the RemoteBox manual for more information.
- Added option to set the start delay on an autostarting guest so that guests
can be started up in a specific sequence if required.
- Added option to set the shutdown type on a guest when the host is shutdown
- Added VirtualBox preference to set the location of the autostart database
- Snapshot Tree: Moved 'current state' underneath the most recent snapshot in
- Added state icons to the snapshot list, which indicate if a snapshot is an
online or offline snapshot
- Optimized list handling in several places which should improve performance
and remember selections on list refreshes where practical.
- Added additional information when a storage medium is selected in the VMM
- Added additional guest keyboard shortcuts, Ctrl-Alt-(F4, F5, F6, F8, F9,
- Added ability to add, remove and edit NAT Networks via the VirtualBox
preferences menu item. Port forwarding rules must be configured elsewhere
for the moment.
- Added option to set the network attachment type in the guest settings to
'NAT Network'. These are named NAT networks which are subtly different to
- Added option to set the snapshot folder location for a guest
- Added OS icons for various editions of MacOS X.
- Added support for guest groups. Groups are shown in a tree-fashion which is
somewhat visually different to VirtualBox. Setting guest groups is fairly
rudimentary at the moment requiring you to enter the group in the form of
- Added 'Expand All Groups' and 'Collapse All Groups' buttons. The last used
button is remembered for subsequent refreshes of the guest list
- Fixed some Windows guest icons.
- Fixed a bug when creating Host-Only networks. An associated virtual DHCP
server wasn't getting created which would cause invalid object references and
ultimately made the Host-Only network feature useless.
- Fixed a bug when entering folders in the remote file chooser that denied
permission but the location was still updated. Now also warns that you
don't have permission to enter that folder
- Fixed a bug where a medium would be masked out in lists if another medium
with the same name existed.
- Fixed a bug where the Video Memory could get erroneously pegged to 1MB on
the first opening on the settings dialogue.
- Inaccessible guests are now filtered from the list of guests and a warning
issued in the message log. RemoteBox has never handled inaccessible guests
well and for the most part the cause is generally the user manipulating
guests without VirtualBox's knowledge.
- Various GUI tweaks
2014-01-30 : RemoteBox 1.7 released
2014-01-29: Perl v5.18 Incompatibility
Changes introduced in Perl v5.18+ prevent RemoteBox from successfully logging into VirtualBox. The symptom presents itself as RemoteBox being unable to
login to VirtualBox. The following message, even when the credentials are correct:
Credentials are incorrect or the VirtualBox Web Service is not running at the specified URL
This has been fixed in RemoteBox
2013-12-21: Rdesktop 1.8.0 and newer
RemoteBox uses rdesktop for showing the guest's display. Rdesktop 1.8.0 and newer are incompatible with VirtualBox. For example:
Autoselected keyboard map en-us
Failed to negotiate protocol, retrying with plain RDP.
WARNING: Remote desktop changed from 800x600 to 1280x1024.
X Error of failed request: BadWindow (invalid Window parameter)
Major opcode of failed request: 18 (X_ChangeProperty)
Resource id in failed request: 0x0
Serial number of failed request: 38
Current serial number in output stream: 43
Work arounds include downgrading to rdesktop v1.7.1 or installing and configuring FreeRDP. FreeRDP will be the recommended client in RemoteBox v1.7 onwards.
2013-10-19 : RemoteBox 1.6 released
- This version brings VirtualBox 4.3.x support and drops support for the
VirtualBox 4.2.x branch
- Rebased from GTK 2.22 to GTK 2.24 as a minimum requirement
- Default rdesktop preference now enables guest sound support and clipboard
- Added preference to automatically add the VBoxAdditions.iso to the Virtual
Media Manager when connecting to a server.
- Added USB Multi-Touch pointing device support
- Added RemoteBox preference to set the default RDP Port range for new guests
- Added Discard Saved State toolbutton and menu option
- Added Clear Connection History menu item to the File menu
- Added configuration evaulation option to the tools menu of the edit settings
dialogue. It evaluates the current guest settings and makes recommendations.
- Added support for attaching SCSI and SAS CD/DVDs to guests
- Added auto-hint resolution option to preferences
- Refreshed guest operating system icons
- Now sets the default RDP port range for new guests created with RemoteBox to
3389-4389, instead of a random port. This makes firewall configuration easier
and VirtualBox will automatically use the next free port to avoid conflicts
- Fixed exception when reading an empty or non-existant guest log
- Fixed double-line spacing when showing guest logs from Windows servers
- Fixed a bug when releasing DVD or Floppy media from the VMM. It no longer
removes the virtual floppy or dvd drive, but just ejects the floppy or dvd
- Fixed several bugs when editing the host-only networks - some outdated API
calls were being used which generated an exception
- Fixed some path handling bugs affecting Windows
- Moved hardware virtualization exlusive option from guest settings to the
VirtualBox preferences as it's now a global option in VirtualBox
- Dropped WinMM audio. Guests using this will automatically be mapped to the
Null audio driver but can be manually changed to DirectSound if required
- Various GUI tweaks and code optimisations
2012-11-26 : RemoteBox 1.5 released
- Most of the guest's settings can now be changed while the guest is running,
which should reduce the inconvenience of shutting the guest as previously
- Added ability to save screenshots of guests as PNG images.
- Added icon for Solaris 11 (64bit) guest OS
- Added icon for Windows 2012 (64bit) guest OS
- Added status icons for each guest in the list
- Added icons to the storage page when editing guest settings
- Now uses additional 'recommendedChipset', 'recommendedAudioController',
'recommendedFloppy' and 'recommendedUSB' defaults when creating a new guest
- Fixed the System->Advanced->Time Offset widget when editing guest settings.
The time offset could not be adjusted.
- Fixed the Display->Remote Display->Video Stream Quality widget when editing
guest settings. The stream quality could not be adjusted.
- Fixed the memory setting, it no longer artificially limits a guest to 16GB
- Various minor GUI tweaks
- Added SSL certificate verification option
2012-09-17 : Incorrect parameter at SOAP/Lite.pm line 1993
If you're seeing this error when running RemoteBox (it seems to connect but you see no guests) you're probably running
perl SOAP-Lite 0.715. Either downgrade if possible or see here
for a workaround.
2012-09-15 : RemoteBox 1.4 released
- This version primarily brings VirtualBox 4.2.x support and drops support for
the VirtualBox 4.1.x branch.
- Added the ability to hot-plug and hot-unplug CPUs from the guest whilst it
is running. This requires setting the CPU hotplug option in the guest
settings. You are advised to read the RemoteBox manual regarding this
feature because support varies depending on the OS used in the guest.
- Added support for creating QED QEMU hard disk images
- Added support for creating QCOW QEMU hard disk images
- Added the ability to attach physical CD/DVD drives to a guest
- Added the ability to attach physical floppy drives to a guest
- Improved guest session handlers and guest locking
- Deleting a guest now deletes the associated screenshot icon (if any)
- Increased the number of configurable network cards for a guest to 8 cards.
The selected card is now chosen by a combobox rather than a tab.
- Added additional keyboard entries which send keyboard sequences of the form
'Alt-SysRq+x', for example Alt-SysRq+F1. These were often used under very old
UNIX flavours such as Dell UNIX, AT&T UNIX, ISC UNIX etc to switch between
- Added button to generate a new MAC address for a virtual network card when
editing a guest's settings
- Fixed a minor bug where file permissions were being shown as decimal numbers
in the remote file chooser, rather than the conventional octal.
2012-06-03 : RemoteBox 1.3 released
- Added ability to attach and detach USB devices to the guest whilst it is
running. Accessible from the "Machine->USB Devices" menu
- Added option to set the guest's screenshot as it's icon. Instead of the
default operating system icon, you can now show a thumbnail screenshot
instead. Accessible from Machine->Screenshot
- Added option to reset the guest's icon back to the default
- Implemented a heartbeat to keep connections alive, which should stop the web
service from severing the connection if it's timeout has not been disabled.
In any case the web service should not be configured with a timeout < 60
seconds. The default web service timeout is 300 seconds.
- Vastly improved connection handling in cases where RemoteBox loses its
connection to the server or the connection is terminated
- Improved handling of invalid references, allow you to continue or abort the
- Added option to view the guest's logs as retrieved from VirtualBox. Up to
four logs can be viewed.
- Added the ability to select multiple files in the remote file choosers, where
appropriate. For example when adding hard disks, CDs/DVDs or floppies to the
VMM. This allows you to add multiple media easily in one operation.
- Spinboxes now scale units where appropriate
- Use tripple parameter form of open() to improve opening files with unusual
- Added some spinners to the progress dialogues
- Significant optimisations to the remote file chooser code
- Renamed File->Preferences to File->RemoteBox Preferences to make it more
clear that these preferences are for RemoteBox as opposed to VirtualBox
- Changed hotkey for "File->VirtualBox Preferences" to 'b' to avoid a clash
with "File->Virtual Media Manager"
- Reduced the number of busy window calls which should help the GUI feel more
2011-12-30 : RemoteBox 1.2 released
- Rebased from GTK 2.16 to GTK 2.22 as the minimum version. If your OS / Distro
is not new enough, you may wish to remain at v1.1.
- Added support for creating Full, State and Linked clones of guests
- When creating a parallels hard disk the image is now created with the .hdd
extension rather than .parallels
- The state of the option on the connect dialogue to save URLs and Usernames is
now remembered between RemoteBox sessions
- Added option to attach an empty CD/DVD drive when editing a guest's settings
- Added option to attach an empty Floppy drive when editing a guest's settings
- Added option to manually set the port count for SATA controllers
- Added option to mark a hard disk image as a Solid State disk
- Added an option to mark a CD/DVD image as a Live CD/DVD.
- Added ability to manually set the port on a controller that a medium is
- Added a refresh button to the Virtual Media Manager to refresh the list of
- Added support for changing a disk images type to Normal, Writethrough,
Immutable and Multi-Attach
- Added a facility in the VMM to provide for the duplication and copying of
hard disks. This also allows you to convert a disk from one format to another
- Timestamps are now prefixed to entries in the message log
- Hopefully finally fixed the bug where the change CD and Floppy menus were
available when they should not be, even though this was supposed to be fixed
- More fixes to the DVD & Floppy items in the Machine menu. On occassions it
would still permit you to change disks on an unselected guest.
- Minor bug fix when reporting errors from VirtualBox or SOAP which contained
<> characters. This would end up being treated as GTK markup
- Fixed the maximum BIOS time waiting to 65535. Higher values are invalid and
the guest will not start until its changed.
- The usual plethora of GUI tweaks
- Significant code optimisation with rebasing to GTK 2.22
2011-10-25 : RemoteBox 1.1 released
- Cosmetic changes to the New Virtual Machine and Create New HD dialogues
- Cosmetic changes to the network part of the Edit Settings dialogue
- Added support for creating a new guest without a hard disk
- Added support for creating VMDK disk images (Dynamic, Fixed and
2GiB Split types)
- Added support for creating VHD disk images (Dynamic and Fixed types)
- Added support for creating Parallels disk images (Dynamic)
- Added additional run-time information such as the version of guest additions
installed when showing 'more details' for a guest
- Added supported for setting the promiscuous mode policy on guest network
- Added support for setting a generic network driver and generic properties
- Improved the handling of ports on storage controllers, for example SATA
controllers are not created with all ports enabled by default
- Improved the internal network name widget. A drop down list of internal
networks is now presented rather than having to manually type it
- Now displays a warning if the server does not have the Oracle VM VirtualBox
Extension Pack installed or if the extension pack is outdated.
- Fixed a minor bug when showing 'more details' for a guest. The network details
were not shown.
- Fixed minor bug where the Remove and Release buttons on the VMM dialogue were
sometimes enabled when they shouldn't have been.
- Fixed a bug where the change CD and Floppy menus were available, even when
a guest was powered off
- Attaching storage to a guest now explicitly saves the guest settings, even if
you subsequently press cancel in order to work around what seems to be a
VirtualBox bug. Previously, attaching a disk but cancelling the settings lead
to a dichotomy where the disk image believed it was attached to the guest but
the guest disagreed. This would cause side-effects such as being unable to
release the medium or VirtualBox complaining that a disk referenced a guest
which does not exist.
2011-08-10 : RemoteBox 1.0 released
- This version concentrated on bringing compatibility with VirtualBox 4.1.X.
New VirtualBox 4.1 features will be added in subsequent releases.
- Fixed a particularly horrible bug which was probably introduced in 0.8 or 0.9
caused by the unintentional emmission of GTK signals when opening the edit
window for the first time on a new connection. Any guest settings which used
a slider (eg memory) got reset to the base value and be would be saved if the user
- Fixed a bug where attempting to delete a snapshot with more than one child
would cause an invalid object reference.
- Further improvements to the remote file chooser dialogue. File paths are now
2011-07-22 : RemoteBox 0.9 released
- Added an option to Add an existing guest by selecting it's .vbox file.
- Added a remote file chooser for setting the default machine folder. The user
no longer has to manually type the path.
- Added a remote file chooser for setting a shared folder. The user no longer
has to manually type the path.
- RemoteBox now tries to restore the location and size of the main window on
- When removing a guest, you are now prompted to choose whether you want to
delete the associated files or only remove (ie just unregister) the guest
from VirtualBox. Caution: Do not select "Delete All Files" if your server
is running a 64bit Windows Edition. A bug in VirtualBox can cause it to crash
- Fixed an issue (only really affected Mac OS X) where the preferences would
not be saved if the XDG preference directory did not exist.
- Fixed a race condition which meant the context menu would not always present
the Mount DVD/CD and Mount Floppy options correctly.
- Fixed an issue whereby selecting a storage unit allowed you to change the
controller settings. The controller settings should only be available when
a controller is selected.
- Worked-around an issue on Ubuntu/Mint where the treeviews appear to emit a
phantom cursor-changed signal sometimes.
- Editing of the guest's description has been moved to the settings dialogue, in
keeping with VirtualBox's GUI.
- When selecting a guest, a small summary of it's details are automatically
displayed. Fuller details can be viewed by clicking on "Show More Details"
The full details are not automatically displayed for performance reasons.
- Double clicking a guest or pressing the "Show More Details" button displays
an in depth list of the guest's configuration which shows more information
than previous versions of RemoteBox
- Tabs throughout the GUI are now reorderable and have popup menus
- Improved the remote file chooser dialogue.
- Numerous minor GUI tweaks and improvements
2011-04-03 : RemoteBox 0.8 released
- Added support for configuring a parallel port in the guests.
Note: Parallel port is only supported on VirtualBox hosts running Linux.
- Added "Advanced" and "Boot Logo" tabs to the "System" page of the
"Edit Settings" window.
- The fade settings of the guest BIOS screen can now be configured.
- The waiting time on the guest BIOS screen can also be configured. Useful for
pressing BIOS hot keys etc.
- The BIOS logo is now customizable. The image file must be a 640x480
uncompressed BMP file with a 256 colour (8bit) palette.
- Time offsets can now be applied to guests' clocks. The guest will run its
clock ahead of the host's clock with the specified offset. This is not
intended to replace correctly configured timezones in guests.
- Added support for sending video hints to the guest, to change its screen
resolution. Several pre-defined screen resolutions exist as well as an
option to set a custom screen resolution. Access the resolutions from the
- Added support for sending Ctrl-c and Ctrl-d keyboard sequences to the guest.
Access the keyboard sequences from the "Machine" menu
- Added option to configure CPU Hot Plugging for a guest
- Added option to configure Page Fusion for a guest. Page Fusion can reduce
host memory consumption when running many similar guests.
- Added option to enable the use of Large Pages (if your OS supports them),
this can provide a small performance increase
- Added ability to set the amount of host CPU time each guest is allowed to
- Added support for setting the virtual keyboard type. Supported types are:
None, PS2, USB, and Combo.
- Added an option to provide a guest with an HPET (High Precision Event Timer)
- Added an option to allow VirtualBox to share the hardware virtualization
extensions (VT-x/AMD-V) with other Hypervisors.
- Added a caching mechanism to the editing of guest settings which should speed
up the opening of the "Edit Settings" window.
- Added a remotebox preference to automatically open the guest's display when
the guest is started. Default is enabled, but can be disabled in preferences
- Added a remotebox preference to configure the default action of the "Stop"
button. Previously it defaulted to "Instant Power Off" but can now be
configured to do an "ACPI Shutdown" or "Save State". Note, the button's popup
menu is still available to choose an alternative from the default
- The message log now remembers whether it was expanded or not between program
- The "Serial" page of the "Edit Settings" window has now been renamed to
- Various minor tweaks to the GUI
- Fixed preference file handling in the unlikely case where a parameter
contains an '=' character.
2011-02-20 : RemoteBox 0.7 released
- Implemented a file selector dialogue for navigating the file system on the
remote server. This means hard disk images, CD/DVD isos and floppy disk
images can be added into VirtualBox easily. You no longer need to manually
type the complete path and remember the location.
- Fixed the message log scrolling. It now automatically scrolls completely to
- The message log can now be made hidden or visible using an expander.
- CDs, DVDs and Floppies can now be added directly by selecting the DVD or
Floppy Drive when editing the storage for guest. You no longer need to select
the controller itself.
- The VMM now shows if media is not accessible in the list views, with the
reason shown as a tooltip
- Fixed regression which was disallowing the removal ('deletion') of
inaccessible hard disks.
- Fixed a regression where DVDs/CDs & Floppies could not be unmounted from the
- The 'Use existing hard disk' option when creating a new guest now lists the
existing hard disks in alphabetical order.
- Major optimisation of show_rmb_menu(), should help the right mouse button
menu feel more responsive, particularly on slow connections. Also the right
mouse button popup menu is now identical to the main Machine menu.
- Added location field to bottom of VMM dialogue
- Hopefully fixed an issue where UTF-8 characters could cause the SOAP module
to raise an exception.
- Added Ctrl-Alt-Backspace, Ctrl-Alt-F1, Ctrl-Alt-F2, Ctrl-Alt-F3, Ctrl-Alt-F7
and Ctrl-Alt-F12 guest keyboard inserts.
2011-01-25 : RemoteBox 0.6 released
- RemoteBox now requires at least version 4.0.X of VirtualBox
- This version concentrated on bringing VirtualBox 4 compatibility
- As VirtualBox 4 now consolidates storage and guest settings together, the
creation of new hard disk images has been moved to the storage tab under the
guest settings and is no longer part of the Virtual Media Manager.
- Further improved the defaults when creating a new guest, including HPET,
Pointer Type, Network Adapter Type and RTC
- Added support for Intel HDA audio controller
- Added support for auto-mounting VirtualBox shared folders
- Added support for setting the motherboard chipset (PIIX3 or ICH9)
- Added icon for JRockitVE
- Attaching CD/DVD drives to SATA controllers is now permitted
- Shared folders list now warns if a shared folder is not accessible
2010-11-21 : RemoteBox 0.5 released
- Added support for creating, editing, deleting and enabling USB device filters (Machine->Settings->USB)
- Added support for pausing and resuming guest execution (Machine->Pause), (Machine->Resume)
- Added an option for setting the clipboard mode between guest and host
- Added an option to specify the remote display quality.
- Added icons to the OS Version comboboxes
- Added icons to the OS Family comboboxes
- Added progress bar windows which pop up for potentially lengthy operations
- Added option to configure the default hard disk folder. (File->VirtualBox Preferences->General)
- Added option to configure default machine folder. (File->VirtualBox Preferences->General)
- Added option to set the VRDP authentication library. (File->VirtualBox Preferences->General)
- Added support for adding, removing and editing host-only networks, including the configuration of the DHCP server (File->VirtualBox Preferences->Network)
- The snapshot details dialogue now lets you edit the name and description of an existing snapshot
- Replaced the status bar with a messages list which holds more history
- Moved the user config file to the freedesktop location as specified by get_user_config_dir(). On most distros this usually expands to $HOME/.config/remotebox.conf. You will need to move your existing config file if you wish to preserve it.
- RemoteBox no longer exclusively uses the first port specified in the guest config when attempting an RDP connection. This means RemoteBox will still connect to the remote display when the server chooses another port if the primary port is already in use.
- Lots of code restructuring and cleanup
- Deleting a medium which is locked by another process should no longer produce a bunch of unmanaged object reference messages.
2010-10-18 : RemoteBox 0.4 released
- Media lists in the VMM are sortable and sorted alphabetically by default
- The VMM now shows any snapshots of the base medium and has had some minor cosmetic alterations
- The guest list now shows the current active snapshot for each guest and has
had some minor cosmetic alterations
- Added the ability to take, delete, restore and view the details of
- The list of media to attach on the edit storage page is now sorted
- In the details list, the storage name shown is now the name of the base
medium, in the case of snapshots.
- A failed reconnect now properly clears the treeviews and resets button states
- Fixed the unmanaged object warning on some failed logins
- Fixed exception when clicking on an empty guest list
2010-07-17 : RemoteBox 0.3 released
- Added operating system icons to the guest list.
- Removable media can now be changed whilst the guest is running. Access it
from the popup menu in the guest list.
- Added support for configuring the serial ports of a guest
- Added support for configuring the shared folders available to a guest
- Added option to disable/enable the use of host I/O caching
- Displays a message with the reason, if a guest can't be started.
- Reports back error messages from the web service.
- Significant improvements to the session handling.
- Various minor modifications to the GUI.
- Media with underscores in the filename were generating accelerator
keys in menus, which has been fixed
- Non explicit selections in treeviews returned empty values which has been
fixed. Only Ubuntu 10 seemed affected, probably due to a behaviour change
in the shipped version of GTK/Gtk2-perl
- Also sets the EFI checkbox when editing a guest's settings if the firmware is
set to EFI32, EFI64 and EFIDUAL rather than just EFI.
2010-06-26 : RemoteBox 0.2 released
- Added "Connect to Server" and "Reset" menu items.
- Added icons to most tabs on the Main, Edit, VMM, New Guest and New Hard Disk
- Added reset toolbutton.
- Added support for setting UTC hardware clocks.
- Added support for setting the virtual mouse type. Supported types are: None,
PS2, USB, USB Tablet and Combo.
- Added support for setting the number of virtual monitors.
- The option to set the RDP authentication method is now supported.
- The option to set the RDP timeout value is now supported.
- Added an option to allow multiple remote display connections to a single
- Guests (without snapshots) can now be deleted.
- Added scrollbars to the Hard Disk, CD/DVD and Floppy disks list in the VMM
- Added context sensitive menu to guest list (press right mouse button).
- Added initial keyboard support, Ctrl-Alt-Del added to context sensitive menu
on guest list.
- The Guest Name, Operating System and Status columns are now sortable by
clicking on the column headers
- The storage page of the settings window has been completely revamped
- The toolbar icons on the Main and VMM windows have been updated
- The main menu icons have been updated.
- Most windows and dialogues are now transients of their parents.
- The Stop toolbar button no longer opens a dialogue, but has a side menu which
lets you choose the type of shutdown.
- The Stop menu item no longer opens a dialogue, but opens a sub menu to choose
the type of shutdown.
- Various subtle changes to the UI
- Fixed the audio driver decoding in 'Details' which could lead to an exception
when performing subsequent tasks.
- You can no longer add a CD/DVD device and ISO to a non IDE storage controller
as this is not yet supported by VirtualBox and would prevent the guest from
- Fixed the start option which was broken in the Machine menu due to a last
- Fixed duplicate entries in the OS Version lists when reconnecting.
2010-06-12 : RemoteBox 0.1 released