This is the first post detailing the making of Control Runner 5. Surprisingly modifying the source code of Control Runner 4 to compile in the new development environment has taken just one day so Control Runner 5 is officially live!
We are very pleased to announce that we have just started the development of a new version of Control Runner to make it compatible with Windows 10. Control Runner (previously called MomShell) was our very first product and it is the very first program we have installed on all our new computers since 1995.
We have just started the beta of FormsAssistant v1.10. This version just adds compatibility for Office 2016 to our popular FormsAssistant add-in and its only available to registered users of FormsAssistant. To participate in the beta test, please contact us.
Geetesh Bajaj of Indezine, what I consider the most relevant PowerPoint site in the world, was kind enough to interview me about the recently launched version of PowerTOC. In the conversation, we talked about the motivation to create PowerTOC in the first place and what makes it unique.
After successfully completing the beta test, we are happy to announce that we have released the final initial version PowerTOC v3. There have been no substantial changes except solving a minor problem that prevented the registration of the software.
PowerMerge v1.6 is the first public release to add compatibility with Office 365 after being tested by our registered users.
The final public beta of PowerTOC v3 has started. The new version of PowerTOC has been completely rewritten and adds many enhancements to PowerTOC v2.