I downloaded the 3.2.0.1 code that was released 9/4. I am not sure if it is my system but I can't find a way to create a new character when first opening the program. It initially comes up with an Open dialog box but there is no option for New Character/Template/etc like there was with the non-Swing version. Was this left out intentionally or is my system not doing as it should? Having to open an existing character in order to create a new one seems a bit on the backward side of things. How would you create a new character if you had no existing characters? Definitely non-intuitive to open a racial or other template to get the menu to create a new character.

Chris

On 8/22/07, Richard Wilkes <rich@trollworks.com> wrote:
No, I'm afraid I'm talking about the current source version.  I
haven't released a pre-built one to the public (OK, technically not
true -- I did compile an earlier version for those that didn't know
how to do it from the svn repository, but that's outdated now).

Rich

On Aug 21, 2007, at 6:37 PM, Christopher Hunter wrote:

> Is this the 3.1.0.14 version that I currently find on the web page,
> or do I need to be looking elsewhere to try the Swing version. I may
> have been using it and not knowing it, and able to give feedback, or
> I would be glad to give it a try if directed to it.
>
> In the current version(s) I still lament the Windows/Linux like menu
> behavior with the redundant menus at the top of each window,
> otherwise I have had very good experiences in using the program/
> dabbling with some character ideas since I got 4th edition GURPS
> Magic recently.
>
> On Aug 18, 2007, at 2:28 PM, Richard Wilkes wrote:
>
>> Hello, everyone.
>>
>> I've had very little feedback on the Swing version of GCS.  Does that
>> mean everyone thinks its ready to replace the old version?  Somehow,
>> I don't think that's the case, but I'd like to hear your opinions.
>>
>> I've been very busy with work and haven't spent much time with GCS of
>> late, but if folks think the new version is acceptable, I'll make a
>> general release out of it.
>>
>> Rich
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