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Posted by Paul Korm
Apr 2, 2019 at 03:56 PM

 

Curio version 13 has been released.

https://www.zengobi.com

I’ve been using the betas, and feel George has added several very interesting changes.  There is a full set of release notes at the link, above. 

For me, the addition of layers on idea spaces is very useful.  And the “references” feature to create associations between figures expands the usefulness of Curio for managing related information in a project.  The equation editor is also very useful.

 


Posted by Lothar Scholz
Apr 2, 2019 at 04:36 PM

 

He releases way to frequently. I bought the 11 version in December 2017. This would have forced me to buy 2 updates by now. 

 


Posted by Franz Grieser
Apr 2, 2019 at 04:48 PM

 

Lothar Scholz wrote:
>He releases way to frequently. I bought the 11 version in December 2017.
>This would have forced me to buy 2 updates by now. 

George publishes each year a major release: Vs 11 was released in February 2017, vs 12 in April 2018, vs 13 in April 2019.
I wouldn’t say that this is way too frequently.
Moreover, if you do not wish to upgrade, you do not have to.

 


Posted by Paul Korm
Apr 2, 2019 at 05:15 PM

 

The new major releases (11, 12, 13 ...) always contain new features.  IMO the new features are well beyond the sort of tweaky eye candy that some developers call “new releases” and charge for.  And, as Franz said, upgrades are not required.  George supports back releases.


Franz Grieser wrote:
>George publishes each year a major release: Vs 11 was released in
>February 2017, vs 12 in April 2018, vs 13 in April 2019.
>I wouldn’t say that this is way too frequently.
>Moreover, if you do not wish to upgrade, you do not have to.
>

 


Posted by moritz
Apr 2, 2019 at 06:47 PM

 

George is one of the most dedicated ‘artisanal’ software creators.
I just sent him a note regarding a markdown issue, the fix will be in the 13.0.1 release. That’s a 1 hour response time!
As Paul says, Curio brings meaningful improvements with every release.
I felt v12 was more relevant than v13, but happy to support the continued work.

Paul Korm wrote:
The new major releases (11, 12, 13 ...) always contain new features.
>IMO the new features are well beyond the sort of tweaky eye candy that
>some developers call “new releases” and charge for.  And, as Franz
>said, upgrades are not required.  George supports back releases.
> >
>Franz Grieser wrote:
>>George publishes each year a major release: Vs 11 was released in
>>February 2017, vs 12 in April 2018, vs 13 in April 2019.
>>I wouldn’t say that this is way too frequently.
>>Moreover, if you do not wish to upgrade, you do not have to.
>>

 


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