I added an easier to use interface for working with the occupants of a location. You can download the update from here, or by selecting “Check for Updates…” under Twenty-Four Mountain’s application menu.
Archive for the ‘Updates’ Category
Hi everyone, we’ve updated the software and fixed a few minor annoyances when trying to register the program. Also a user kindly pointed out that one of the items in the reference panel was incorrect, this has been fixed in both english and Chinese.
Greetings, during the course of the last week I’ve tracked down a crasher bug that might have been causing some problems when people tried to duplicate floor plans under certain configurations. The most recent update has addressed this as well as other updates, including updates to the chinese language files to reflect the most recent changes to the english user-interface.
We are pleased to announce another update of Twenty-Four Mountains! We have added a blank document window that should assist new users with importing their floor plans. We’ve also added several usability enhancements including a button to quickly duplicate a floor plan. This will be helpful for users who want to quickly make different versions of a chart using the same floor plan.
We’ve fixed a bug in the app that would cause a crash when closing a document on certain system configurations. This issue is now fixed, so if you experience any trouble please contact us!
Today someone pointed out a bug in the calculation of person’s ming gua. This only affects a small subsection of dates. Updating to the newest version will correct all calculations.
I’m happy to announce an update that should fix any issues with the app not launching due to incompatible system versions of libcrypto. Hopefully this didn’t affect too many people and judging from the lack of emails regarding it didn’t. If it did, thank you for your patience!!
We are pleased to announce an update to Twenty-Four Mountains! This update includes a fix for Snow Leopard and several other improvements.
We’ve added a preference where you can rotate the Ba Zhai over the floor plan instead of rotating the floor plan, thanks to input from some of our users. In addition this version will automatically launch as a 64-bit process when available and includes other minor bug fixes.
Initially we were going to include chinese language support with this update, but we had to update before we finished the support for Chinese due to the bug fixes for Snow Leopard.
Current users can select “Check for updates…” from the Twenty-Four Mountains’ application menu, or can be manually downloaded from here.
In the last update we moved the Annual star when it really have been left alone.
Click here to download the latest update or open up your copy of Twenty-Four Mountains and click “Check for Updates…” under it’s main menu.
What’s new in version (v 1.4 )
- Enhanced layout of menus and added a contextual menu to the Meta Map view.
- Reduced the overall memory footprint for the application.
- New enhancements to the Centroid Editing window. Points can be selected and re-positioned anytime during editing.
- Full undo/redo support.
The star chart location of Annual star was moved to the conventional place under the Mountain star.
- Corrected the calculation of the Annual star. It can also now be flown separately.
- Updated view settings panel.