I've finally set up cvs. So you can download the bleeding edge from now, and also to contribute to the project.
Improved the animator tool
I've made a survey for FF users.
Please, use it for a better FF.
I've noticed that FF download are passed from 10-20 for day to about 300 for day with a peak of 3300. Someone can explain me why?
Not that I'm complaining... ;)
YAR. New formulas, some Julia bugfix, some speed up and ui improvements.
New help file, new filters and more!
FractalForge is a mature fractal application written in Delphi only for Windows (for now...). Up to many bugfixes you can also find: Much better Orbits windows. New graphical filters. Transform sequences of images in avi animations.
The new release include a feature to produce avi of fractal "tours". Julia floating and others.
We opened a ML for discussion about Fractal Forge and Fractals in general.
A new release of Fractal Forge is now imminent.
01 august 2000
Version 2.4 b4
Fractal Forge was born the day I had to print several fractal images and some simple posters with an Epson Stylus color printer. Back then, I realized there was no true color fractal generator for MS-Windows in the shareware market, so I decided to program one myself. I called it UbiMandel (after my name), and I wrote it in Visual Basic 3. I did not optimize the first version's algorithm because I didn't need to. Once I bought Delphi, I wondered what * simple program I could do, so I began to code True Mandel, another fractal program. I started it in May 1995 and finished it next October. I released it on the Internet as True Mandel 1.0 (trmand10.zip), which stands for True Color Mandelbrot Set Generator.
Later, I decided to migrate to the win32-bit world (NT and 95-98) using Delphi 2. Soon, there were two shareware versions: 1.5 and 1.6. In 1999, I completely rewrote TrueMandel in Delphi 4, and changed its name to Fractal Forge because there are several programs with similar names already available.... read more
I'm working on version 2.4
Asap I'll release a new beta source here.