"Simple Diary and Journal Software For Windows"
Everything is grand. No bugs to fix, no feature requests acted upon. Though, there is one minor issue in the pipeline relating to the performance of the spell checker.
Minor update for US users that changes the start day of the drop down calendar to Sunday. The change is automated and tied into the regional settings.
Spell Checker added. English language at the moment, but this may change over time. In line with the rest of the product, it's a bare bones spell checker with very few options - red underline only, no pop up dialogs.
Speed increase for thumb drive installations. A change has been made that changes the way All My Journals works when run from a portable drive.
Minor bug fix relating to leap years. Required update for existing users if they plan to write any entries on February 29th this year. A small number of obscure bugs were also fixed in this release.
This release contains cosmetic changes. Tooltips (sometimes called hints or hover text) are now switched off five days after first use. This will benefit long term users, who no longer need to be reminded what a button or link does.
There are two major additions / changes to version 1.03. Up until now, each release of All My Journals has focused on writing, and making it as easy as possible to get your thoughts down. This release focuses on reading old entries, and on making that as easy as writing.
Changes to correctly handle current date settings when All My Journals is kept open for days or weeks.
Adds a drop down menu next the Month menu to make jumping to a particular day in the month easier. Shortcut keys have also been added for easy access to the Year, Month and Day menus. They are:
Corrections to display issues on Windows 7 PCs running Large Fonts.
Minor bug fix affecting thumb drive installation.
This version includes printing options that allow users of the licensed and trial versions to print all or part of a Journal.
It also contains a fix for a bug that affected copying and pasting unicode characters (Russian, Greek, etc.) into the Journal.
The first licensed version of All My Journals was released today. This version includes:
A 45 Day Trial version is available for download containing all of the above features. At the end of the trial period, it will revert to the free, single-journal version unless a license is purchased.
This is the first beta release of All My Journals, and it contains all of the functionality that will be present in the free version of the software. A few points to note:
If you do happen to discover any bugs or even areas of the software that you feel could be improved, please let us know. And watch this space for details on new releases. We expect the Pro version (with additional features - multi-Journal support in particular) to be ready in October.