I've been trying to use your program - but I'm finding it a little
difficult so I was wondering if you could explain a few things beforehand.
I think most people (including myself) don't really know what this program
is used for (or apologies if you have already explained, i can't seem to
locate your older emails) - could you give us all a brief introduction.
My main question is this: is it linked in any way to Puddle. Most of us i
believe use Puddle so much nowadays- can files from Puddle be transported
to your program? And if so how? What I'm the lookout for is a program
where I can organize the work done in Puddle for printing - that is,
organizing columns easily into a template - something a little like the
DocumentMaker but with less restrictions when it comes to longer documents
- does your program provide for this?
Thanks your help,
> Thanks to all of you who helped me fix this bug.
> The new version is downloadable from Download SignWriter Studio Beta 4.2
> Please find more bugs :-)
> On 02/05/2010 5:46 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
>> I just updated my PC to Windows 7. Very exciting to take a look at
>> SignWriter Studio. I did run into something that I don't know what
>> really happened. I guess I crashed it like you asked. Ha! I was in
>> SignEditor and I clicked on Add Symbol. I typed "Middle hinge" and was
>> returned with an error saying "Could not find file 'C:\Program
>> Files\SignWriter Studio\TVFavoriteSymbols.xml'." Now I can't open
>> SignEditor without that message coming up even when I have reinstalled
>> the program.
>> On Apr 30, 2010, at 10:14 PM, Jonathan wrote:
>>> Hi Everybody,
>>> According to the feedback I received from my last beta version,
>>> there was a big problem running SignWriter Studio with a limited
>>> Windows user account. So I have made the changes. So far I have
>>> tested under XP but still need for it to be tested under Vista and
>>> Windows 7. The changes I made should make it possible to run the
>>> program as a non administrator on Vista and Windows 7 too. I am
>>> looking forward to your feedback either whether it is positive or
>>> whether you detect a problem.
>>> I also made it possible to export and import the programs
>>> settings. Since Beta 3, SignWriter Studio comes with a very small
>>> Sample dictionary and walkthroughs to help new users familiarize
>>> themselves with the features.
>>> Download SignWriter Studio Beta 4.01
>>> Feel free to share your opinions or any bugs you find.
>>> * Please let me know of anything you feel needs improving.
>>> * Please suggest better keyboard shortcuts
>>> * Please suggest better default lookup names for symbols in the
>>> favorites list.
>>> * Any features you would like to see in future versions.
>>> * Try and crash the program
>>> * Ask all the questions you like after reading the help file.
>>> * The Beta 4 expires May 30th 2010.
>>> Windows Installer 4.5
>>> or later is recommended. Most computers already have this installed.
>>> Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC) 2.8 SP1
>>> for older computers which may not already have it installed.
>>> Dot Net 3.5 SP1
>>> up. Most computers already have this installed.
>>> Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista; Windows XP; Windows
>>> Server 2003;Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or later
>>> Jonathan Duncan
>>> email: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
>>> Cel: 9784-9775
>>> Tel: 213-5285
>>> Skype: yojoduncan
>>> cobanma.ibs-cobanma.com <http://cobanma.ibs-cobanma.com>
>>> SignWriter Studio <http://www.signwriterstudio.com/>
> Jonathan Duncan
> email: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> Cel: 9784-9775
> Tel: 213-5285
> Skype: yojoduncan
> cobanma.ibs-cobanma.com <http://cobanma.ibs-cobanma.com>
> SignWriter Studio <http://www.signwriterstudio.com/>