StockMarketEye 5.6.4 Released

StockMarketEye App Updates and Releases

We are pleased to announce that StockMarketEye 5.6.4 has been released for Windows, MacOS, and Linux!

This contains some new features, bug fixes, and other underlying changes that were done to improve the software’s usability and user experience.

IMPORTANT: This update will be rolled out in stages, so not all users will get the update simultaneously. The end of the rollout giving 100% of users access, will be completed in one week.

We want to ensure the rollout is done smoothly and without issue. Thank you for being so patient!

What are the latest changes with StockMarketEye 5.6.4

The 5.6.4 build includes the following updates:

Bug Fixed: Scale Settings Are Not Applied Immediately

When you open the application, the scale settings that were previously saved are applied instantly.

Now, when you switch to another application, you do not need to go back to apply them.

Scale Settings are Retained

Bug Fixed: The Benchmark TWRR Total Does Not Change

We have fixed the issue of the TWRR total column not updating when you change the benchmark symbol.

If you have added the TWRR column and updated the benchmark symbol, the column values update correctly.

Benchmark TWRR Updates Correctly

Bug Fixed: Link From Comments Is Displayed With HTML Code

Previously, if you added a URL link to a comment on a security and then exported your Portfolio or Watchlist to a PDF, the URL link would show as HTML code.

We have fixed the bug related to the URL links in comments in generated Portfolio or Watchlist PDFs; so it shows your URL link correctly now.


Link in Comments Shown as HTML


Link in Comments Shown as HTML FIXED

Bug Fixed: The Menu For Selected Text Is Not Displayed

We’ve restored the functionality allowing you to right-click on any highlighted text in a comment field to open the menu.

This will allow you to cut, copy, paste, and select all.

Menu for Selected Text Now Shows

Bug Fixed: Chart Line Flattens/Candlestick Disappears When Comparing A Holding With An Index

We have restored the default Y-axis state for Charts when comparing a holding with an index.

Comparing a holding with an index will default to the Y-axis to the Price view.

Chart Line Defaults to Y-Axis to Price View

If you are running StockMarketEye 5 and have an active license, please update at your earliest convenience through the auto-update feature.

If you have an older version of our software and wish to upgrade to version 5, you can do this in less than 10 minutes through our guide to upgrading StockMarketEye.