Panorama X Build 2648 Release Notes


#1

If all goes to plan, the release of Panorama X 10.0 will be officially announced in the next 36-48 hours. However, loyal forum readers can get a head start now, since I have just uploaded the 10.0.0 release version. As always, you can download this new version from the web site, or you can simply launch your current version of Panorama X and let it automatically update. If Panorama X is already running, choose Check for Updates in the Panorama menu.

The changes from last week’s 0.9.008 version are very minor:

  • In arraybuild( function (and probably other functions that scan multiple records), a formula with an incorrect field/variable name no longer causes a crash.

  • Corrected handling of links and special characters in Open Graph Protocol meta tags.

  • Minor adjustments to Site License wizard.

  • Minor changes to documentation.

In addition to the new version of the software, there is also a completely new web site:

Sometime in the next day or so, this new web page will be moved from this provue.com/comingsoon url to become the main provue.com web page.


#2

In the words of Lewis Carroll, O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!


#3

And it’s really 1.0 isn’t it?


#4

What is the expectation about Panorama Server?


#5

No, 10.0 is correct. Like so many other aspects of this project, I’m following Apple’s lead. The first version of OS X was 10.0, so is the first version of Panorama X (“ten” = 10.0). I’m planning that major new versions will be 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 etc.


#6

Congratulations in reaching this incredible milestone. What a journey from OverVUE 1.0 to Panorama 1.0 and now Panorama X.

You deserve great success for continuing to build upon what a 1985 MacUser magazine declared to be the best database for the Mac. It still is.


#7

Congratulations to Jim and the Provue team on the release on Panorama X - job well done! Also, thanks for giving me the opportunity to participate in the “early user/tester” program. I certainly learned more than I contributed. Finally, the new Provue website looks great. It is a lighter, brighter and more modern look - much like Pan X.


#8

Nice to see Panorama X in Macintouch today!