What’s new in Mnova 14.1.2


Mnova 14.1.2 has just been released with the usual bunch of useful bug fixes listed below:​​​​​​​


  • A new EULA (end-user license agreements) has been prepared for Mnova
  • False positive found by AVG antivirus during installation has been fixed


  • No database remains opened after cancellation when using the command Open Database


  • Problems displaying MS data from Agilent in Mnova (32-bits) have been resolved
  • MS peaks display correctly in Mnova when importing a dataset or dragging an embedded window


  • The ‘Alt+Arrow keys’ for MacOS now work correctly to move zoom areas in the spectra
  • The number of decimal places for Coupling constants has been increased from 2 to 5 when using the Spin Simulation tool
  • The SQA analysis tool has been sped up by amending the Peak Picking options available
  • Symmetrical atoms are now assigned correctly to suggested 2D multiplets
  • The Snap mode in Peak by Peak picks the maximum for all peaks
  • CH2 with explicit hydrogens are now correctly predicted
  • Expected results when applying different baseline corrections to JEOL data
  • Fixed a connection problem when running DFT Prediction calculations
  • 2D Multiplet names can also be edited in the Multiplet Manager
  • Representation of the integration curve in the multiplets of a stack is now set correctly

You can check bug fixes and features implemented for any Mnova version in our changelog page.


Download Mnova 14.1.2


COVID-2019 period reminder

If you do not have Mnova installed at home, and you have a nominated license, you may not know that it can be installed on three machines for (only) you to use (see “Do I need an additional license for my laptop”).

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