Version 9.3.1

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Version 9.3.1

Postby Programmer » Sun 13 Oct, 2013 12:02 pm

This release has the following bug fixes/work arounds:

The deck can now be parked by double clicking in the "Parking" square.

The F8 can be used to toggle the mode for reading notes. The border and scaling on the card images in the RTF editor is optional.

Cards can be moved around the screen using the arrow buttons even when the pop-up notes are showing.

In addition it has the following new features:

The main form for adding shared decks now does an audit of the decks you have previously shared on the server but which might have been deleted because of the caching algorithm. These unshared decks show up with a different icon, allowing you to find them and reshare them if you want to.

The program also has a new command on the Decks menu, "Gather cards to new Deck". This allows you to make a new, smaller deck with the cards which are out of the pack.

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Re: Version 9.3.1

Postby baydar123 » Fri 18 Oct, 2013 10:17 pm

Sounds great! Thanks for keeping up on this and making the suggested changes.

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Re: Version 9.3.1

Postby ASTROZina » Sat 01 Mar, 2014 7:43 pm

Is there anyway to enlarge the pop-up notes box? As the box is now, the notes are cut off and I'm not able to read all of them. Thanks

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Re: Version 9.3.1

Postby Programmer » Sat 08 Mar, 2014 10:22 am

Hi Zina, the pop-up notes window has a maximum size but it responds to the mouse wheel, so you can scroll down with that if you have one.


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