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December 18, 2009

Version 1.1.0 of Work Time Studio Released

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Version 1.1.0 of Work Time Studio has been released. This version fixes the few remaining issues with Windows 7, making Worktime Studio 100% compatible with this new operating system. This version also has a couple of bug fixes and minor enhancements. Thanks to Thomas Wagner for discovering some of the issues, and also some of the suggested enhancements which are included in this release.

The next major enhancement will be the addition of WorkItem Events, which is scheduled to be released in Version 1.2.0 by the end of January. A few suggestions from Thomas Wagner and Graham Rhind may also make it into this release.

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December 9, 2009

Version 1.0.9 Released!

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Many thanks to Leib Moscovitz and Graham Rhind for discovering and reporting an issue with the trial version of Work Time Studio which affected Versions 1.08 and earlier, as well as a few other smaller issues.   This issue is now fixed in Version 1.09 of Work Time Studio.  If you’re using version 1.08, you are encouraged to uninstall your current trial, and download and install the trial version of 1.09 or later from our download page. When installing the trial version of 1.09 or later, your trial period will be reset, so you will have a full 30 days to review this version.

Since this was a very necessary update, the small issues related to Windows 7 will now be pushed back to Version 1.1.0, which is expected to be released by Dec 20th.

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December 5, 2009

Version 1.09 to be released soon. Work started on Version 1.2

Filed under: Work Time Studio Latest News — admin @ 10:28 PM

There have been a couple reports of some minor issues with Work Time Studio when run on Windows 7.  These issues are mainly scroll bar issues within a few of the windows, and are non critical.  These issues should be fixed in the next couple weeks, and released in Version 1.09 sometime around Dec 15.

In other news, the word of Work Time Studio’s release is beginning to gain momentum.  If you have downloaded Work Time Studio and feel it’s one of the best tools for managing your time and workload, please spread the word!  The continued support and enhancements to Worktime Studio depends directly on its success, which in turn is dependent on its satisfied customers.  Also, don’t be scared to let us know what you think.  We have gotten some very good feedback and suggestions in the first few weeks of Work Time Studio’s release.  Your suggestions and comments will not only benefit you, but will be beneficial to all current and future users.

You can look forward to a couple of major enhancements to version 1.2, which we’re hoping to release before the 2nd quarter of 2010.   The major enhancement will be the addition of ‘WorkItem Events‘.  You will be able to add any number of events to your WorkItems, which will be managed in a variety of ways.  A ‘WorkItem Event’ pane will be included as a sub pane of the Activity Tree.  This pane will display all the events for the selected WorkItem in the top task panel of the pane.  When you select one of the events in the task panel, the event properties of that event will be displayed, and can be edited, in the lower part of the pane within a property grid.  In addition to the ability to edit event properties in the lower part of the WorkItem Events pane, you will also be able to edit events in an ‘Edit Event Dialog’ which will be displayed by double clicking on the event in the task panel.  The WorkItem events will also be displayed on the Activity Calendar, where they can also be edited.  You’ll be able to set reminders for the events, and set a variety of recurring properties for the events.  You’ll also be able to assign events to a user defined ‘Event Category’.  The Event Categories will be maintained in the user options.

A new feature slated for Version 1.3, is the addition of a ‘Quick Calendar’ pane.  This pane will only display the current day view, and will show the past and current WorkItem intervals for the day.  The date in the Quick Calendar will normally display the current date, but can be changed to show another date.  The Quick Calendar will also show any WorkItem events which are scheduled for the displayed date.

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