I haven't thoroughly tested every area of the program; I had to make a few code changes just to get S+ to compile in VS 2013 and run without crashing, so it's possible there may be certain functionality which might blow up. Use at your own risk!
Notes: - Compiled using platform toolset Visual Studio 2013 (v120). I have no idea how this may affect compatibility for older versions of Windows, but I have built a new PC and this is what I am running with from now on - Fixed issue with ignore buttons not being recognized properly and generally running amok - Removed keys from being Stroke buttons; the code was really messy and I do not feel it is in the best interest of productive maintenance and performance of S+
Heard from Hax that S+ wouldn't run on WinXP SP3. I changed the toolset to Visual Studio 2013 - Windows XP (v120_xp) (I swear it wasn't an option I saw this morning...) and re-uploaded all of the downloads. Hopefully that's all it takes to be backward compatible!