PhotoArch / News: Recent posts

progress bar bug fixed

Fixed a bug related to initial display of a progress bar in both batch and interactive photo add modes

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2003-05-27

PhotoArch 1.1 released

Added style sheet support as well as a sleep progress bar for those long waits in batch mode
(progress bar also works in interactive volume additions)

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2003-05-25

Photoarch 1.0.1 released

Finally, the coveted version 1.0. I know everyone's been holding their breaths :-).
New things:
- Batch volume addition
- Arbitrary volume structure
- Improved navigation
- Updated manual

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2002-02-25

0.13b has a bug - please upgrade

Release 0.13b has a bug that prevents viewing
files off the filesystem. Please upgrade to 0.131b

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-08-21

Mailing list for announcements

Since PhotoArch is still beta software, it is
advisable that if you download the code, you
subscribe to the photoarch-announce mailing list,
so that you can be timely notified of upgrades,
changes, security posts etc.

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-08-19

Photoarch 0.12b released

This is mainly a cosmetic update. One significant feature - proper sorting of slides in search and browse mode (displayed in the order they are inserted).

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-08-12

support mailing list

new support mailing list has been created for
"why doesn't it work" type questions. browse
the archive before posting.

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-08-07

Project documentation

Latest project documentation is available with individual release files. I cannot guarantee that the stuff in the document tracker will be the latest.

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-07-14

Photoarch 0.11b available

Photoarch 0.11b released.
This release includes a significant security fix, updated documentation and a minor cosmetic bug fix.

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-07-14

PhotoArch 0.1 beta released

This is the first public release of PhotoArch. Most things should work. Documentation is fairly complete but may not cover all scenarios.

Posted by Ilia Baldine 2001-07-05

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