General Release V12.1.32

Announcing VTScada 12.1.32 General Release


A Chromium browser bug is causing some graphics not to render (where ZColorChange is used). The bug was introduced in Google Chrome browser version 119 and associated Chromium versions (Microsoft Edge Included). You can read about the bug at

If your VTScada Anywhere internet client graphics are not rendering correctly, you can work around the issue by doing any of the following:
1. Upgrade to VTScada 12.1.32 or later where we have added an automated workaround on our end.
2. Switch to using Firefox to connect to the VTScada Anywhere Client.
3. In affected versions of Chrome or Edge, disable “Accelerated 2D canvas” (aka #disable-accelerated-2d-canvas). Direct links to this setting can be found by entering the following in the browser:
            a) For Chrome: chrome://flags/#disable-accelerated-2d-canvas
            b) For Edge: edge://flags/#disable-accelerated-2d-canvas

While we expect the bug to be corrected in a future Chromium release, we hope that the options above will satisfy your needs until the issue is resolved. Questions: Please reach out to the SupportPlus team or visit Contact Us ( to find the Technical Salesperson serving your region.

In addition to major software version updates, our team regularly releases service updates with enhancements, bug fixes, and new features.

New to this Version:

  • It is now possible to select which sign-in methods are shown on the thin client landing page.

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Version 12.1 – Mission Critical Features for Systems of Any Size

While VTScada was designed to run the largest systems in the world, it makes mission critical strategies practical for even the smallest applications. Version 12.1 continues to provide powerful new tools to help you seamlessly grow your systems while prioritizing process uptime.