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With a single Disney+ subscription, you can stream content on up to four devices simultaneously. Additionally, you can create seven profiles for individual members of the family, your friends, or colleagues. Disney+ download comes with over 200 avatars for user profiles, which help differentiate among multiple user access modules. These avatars are available in the form of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, or Disney characters.

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Subscribers can download the application on up to 10 devices, including Windows computers as well as Android and iOS mobile devices. There are no limitations on the number of times a specific title can be downloaded for offline viewing.

Improved: When downloading files with unicode characters (e.g. german umlauts) in their names, unencoded version of filename was provided in Content-Disposition header for older browsers (utf-8 encoded version was already provided for modern browsers). Now this alternative file name will be transliterated to ASCII for better old browser support.

Added: "Download" and "Download as PDF" buttons to the toolbar. "Download" button will be disabled when there is no Download permission and "Download as PDF" button will be disabled when there is no Print permission. This is because, downloading a DOCX file as a PDF file is considered same as printing that document.

Added: "Preview" permission to differentiate "opening files with built-in viewers (Document Viewer and Media Player)" from "downloading and opening files locally (or opening inline in browser)". Now you can allow your users to only preview files but not download them when required. This can be useful for copyrighted/protected documents, images, videos and audios.

Improved: When downloading a single file, resuming in the browser will be possible. Note that this feature was already supported when downloading via Public Links. It was also supported when downloading from the file manager in older versions (v5.x) but we had disabled it for preventing some confusions about security.

Added: ArchiveFileSystem which supports these archive formats: zip, 7z, rar, tar, gz, tar.gz (tgz), tar.bz2 (tbz, tbz2). From now on, the contents of these archive formats can be browsed just like regular folders. This is similar to "Compressed Folders" in Windows Explorer but for all archive formats not just for zip format. In addition, it supports displaying thumbnails while in archive and browsing nested archive files so it's more advanced than Windows Explorer's feature. The zip files can be modified but other formats are read-only as of current version. For example, you can directly upload into zip files or download files directly from all archive files. You can now use "Extract all to" or "Extract all here" actions for all archive types and not just for zip files. As archives are treated like regular folders, you can also use Copy/Cut/Paste actions to extract specific files and folders. When you browse a folder which contains archive files, these will be displayed like a folder (but with their specific archive icon) in the folder tree (navigation pane). Added better icons for all supported archive formats to be consistent with the original zip file icon.

Added: "Download with chunked transfer threshold" setting on "Application Settings" dialog which should be set only if you have problems downloading large files due to your environment limitations (reverse proxy etc.). For example, Microsoft Forefront UAG can not parse http reponses when content-length is larger than 2GB (throws HTTP 500 due to 32-bit integer limit) so it should be set to 2GB for UAG.

Added: On iOS, "Download" and "Open" commands did not work at all because of the popup blocker. Also In IE11, popup blocker was activated on "Open" command. To solve the popup blocker problems, added a new file viewer window. When you "Open" a file, a new browser window will not be opened anymore, instead the contents will be displayed in this custom window. If the file is an image, then it will be displayed nicely i.e. the image will be centered vertically and horizantally. Also on iOS, it is possible to touch scroll this image if it's bigger than the window. Note that you are still dependent on the browser for file types that can be displayed. If the browser can not open a file type, then it will prompt for open/download as usual.

Improved: Prevented some unnecessary errors logged in the Events section such as "Only http method POST is accepted" or "The remote host closed the connection". First error was caused by Firefox's built-in image viewer sending a second request for the same image or users/search bots trying to open temporary download URL manually. Second error was sometimes caused when users canceled an ongoing download.

Improved: The fix regarding "large file downloads and memory pressure" first applied in v4.5.10 is now undone as it had a side effect of limiting download speed to 800 kb/s. Now the download speed will be restored to the maximum. The actual source of the problem seems to be vanished and this may be related to an IIS hotfix.

Fixed: Large file downloads (usually files bigger than 1GB) were sometimes interrupted to a memory pressure issue. This was experienced usually when the download speed was falling behind the streaming speed which caused internal buffer of IIS to expand constantly. With this fix, minimum (none or only few MBs) memory increase should be observed on the server during downloading large files.

Fixed: Incomplete/corrupted downloads problem in zip streaming feature (first introduced in v4.5.0) which occured when downloading large files due to a timeout issue. The problem did not occur with single file downloads. Note that zip streaming is active only when multiple items are downloaded or "Download As Zip" action is used explicitly. Previously suggested web.config workaround (executionTimeout setting) will not be necessary after this fix so it should be removed.

Improved: Zip files will be generated with no compression (files are stored) during zip streaming so that CPU usage is minimized. There are two additional advantages due to this improvement other than server performance. First advantage is, we can simulate the zip generation and determine the zip file size exactly (and fast) before streaming. This was not possible previously so the browser showed indeterminate progress information (chunked transfer encoding) during download due to lack of knowing the final file size. So now the browser will show the exact zip file size on its "Open/Save As" dialog immediately after user clicks "Download As Zip" and it will show a determinate progress information on "Downloading" dialog. In short, zip streaming will behave exactly like single file downloads. Second advantage is, the users will be able to extract the received zip file very fast as there is no compression. This would be helpful when downloading large files and folders. Users who want to actually compress files should use "Add To Zip" action instead of "Download As Zip" and then download the generated zip file.

Improved: "Download As Zip" action now directly streams the zip file that is being generated to the client. So the user will not have to wait for the whole compressing to complete before downloading. The user will see browser's "Open / Save As" dialog immediately and receive the file on the fly as it is being generated. No zip files will be created in the Temporary folder.

Added: "Direct Link" feature with advanced options. "Direct Link" feature will allow you to reference files within FileVista folders via permanent URLs. This way you can reference the files in other systems, in documents or in emails. When creating a direct link, it is possible to set a expiration time, a maximum download limit and a password. You also have the option to use a custom file name (eg. SomeDocument.pdf) in the direct link URL (for the sake of user friendliness) instead of an automatically generated name (eg. 34817ed6802e4a42aa11527e5d7230fb.pdf). One other option to specify is forcing download or opening the file directly in browser (for displaying PDF, Word, Excel, Image etc files inline in browser) 041b061a72


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