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Posted over 13 years ago
This release of Map Viewer improves compatibility. Changes in 0.4.2: Fixed problem parsing config files containing scientific notation (manifested as error ‘expected identifier, found “e”’). Fixed problem parsing config files containing single-element vectors (manifested as error ‘expected value, found “}”’).
Posted over 13 years ago
This release of Map Viewer improves compatibility. Changes in 0.4.2: Fixed problem parsing config files containing scientific notation (manifested as error ‘expected identifier, found “e”’). Fixed problem parsing config files containing single-element vectors (manifested as error ‘expected value, found “}”’).
Posted almost 14 years ago
This release of Map Viewer works around a bug introduced by Mac OS X 10.5 updates. Changes in 0.4.1: Fixed problem with underlays in Mac OS X 10.5.6 (and possibly earlier bugfix versions of Leopard). Made wireframe and grid lines thinner on some GPUs.
Posted almost 14 years ago
This release of Map Viewer works around a bug introduced by Mac OS X 10.5 updates. Changes in 0.4.1: Fixed problem with underlays in Mac OS X 10.5.6 (and possibly earlier bugfix versions of Leopard). Made wireframe and grid lines thinner on some GPUs.
Posted over 14 years ago
This release of Map Viewer includes a redesigned road types viewer with some editing capabilities. Changes in 0.4: The road type viewer has been redesigned and has basic editing capabilities. Instead of showing the start and end profiles of ... [More] the road type, a single profile is shown at a selectable offset. End points can be dragged around. Appearance has been modified to work better with Mac OS X 10.5. If an error occurs on loading a map from a plug-in, an error message is now shown, instead of a broken window. Fixed a crashing bug when closing documents. [Less]
Posted over 14 years ago
This release of Map Viewer includes a redesigned road types viewer with some editing capabilities. Changes in 0.4: The road type viewer has been redesigned and has basic editing capabilities. Instead of showing the start and end profiles of ... [More] the road type, a single profile is shown at a selectable offset. End points can be dragged around. Appearance has been modified to work better with Mac OS X 10.5. If an error occurs on loading a map from a plug-in, an error message is now shown, instead of a broken window. Fixed a crashing bug when closing documents. [Less]
Posted about 15 years ago
This release of Plug-in Splitter provides cosmetic improvements under Mac OS X 10.5, as well as minor usability enhancements. It continues to work under Mac OS X 10.4. Changes in 1.2: Support for Quick Look in Mac OS X 10.5. Growl support ... [More] , introduced in Plug-in Splitter 1.1, should now function properly with Growl 1.1. It is not expected to work with Growl 0.7.6 and earlier. Behaviour of automatic scrolling in the unpacking log has been improved. Window appearance has been updated under Mac OS X 10.5. Icons have been updated for Mac OS X 10.5. [Less]
Posted about 15 years ago
This release of Plug-in Splitter provides cosmetic improvements under Mac OS X 10.5, as well as minor usability enhancements. It continues to work under Mac OS X 10.4. Changes in 1.2: Support for Quick Look in Mac OS X 10.5. Growl support ... [More] , introduced in Plug-in Splitter 1.1, should now function properly with Growl 1.1. It is not expected to work with Growl 0.7.6 and earlier. Behaviour of automatic scrolling in the unpacking log has been improved. Window appearance has been updated under Mac OS X 10.5. Icons have been updated for Mac OS X 10.5. [Less]
Posted almost 16 years ago
This release of Map Viewer adds the ability to display an underlay (a reference image to help compare a track to a map, photograph or sketch). It also implements the ability to save map documents, as a step towards editing support. It is requested ... [More] that all users apply this update and test the saving functionality. Changes in 0.3.4: Underlays are now supported. An underlay is an image which is shown underneath a track, allowing you to compare the track to a real map, satellite photo or sketch. To select an underlay, use the Set Underlay command in the File menu. It is now possible to save maps. Maps will be saved as three files – mapinfo, roadtypes, and road. Warning: saving has not been tested exhaustively. Always ensure you have a backup of tracks you save from Map Viewer. [Less]
Posted almost 16 years ago
This release of Map Viewer adds the ability to display an underlay (a reference image to help compare a track to a map, photograph or sketch). It also implements the ability to save map documents, as a step towards editing support. It is requested ... [More] that all users apply this update and test the saving functionality. Changes in 0.3.4: Underlays are now supported. An underlay is an image which is shown underneath a track, allowing you to compare the track to a real map, satellite photo or sketch. To select an underlay, use the Set Underlay command in the File menu. It is now possible to save maps. Maps will be saved as three files – mapinfo, roadtypes, and road. Warning: saving has not been tested exhaustively. Always ensure you have a backup of tracks you save from Map Viewer. [Less]