If you like openboardview more than landrex testlink..

larossmann

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Consider giving a dollar to the person coding & maintaining it: http://pldaniels.com/ He has a donate link, and he makes the software openboardview available for free. http://openboardview.org/

For those of you who don't realize what we old people lived with back in the day, try landrex testlink. It comes with many of the schematics you find online. From 1995 to mid-last year, that was all we had available. Paul routinely updates the software based on feature requests & bug reports, and has never asked for a donation. You can see the work he does on it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COzX5YlPivg
 
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Paul Daniels

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We're pants happy about FlexBV for macOS... It sounds awesome! just waiting.
Technically it exists, I use it on my MBP, I just haven't yet finished the installer, but I'm >this< close. You can already use the Windows one and migrate to the macOS version later with no troubles.
 

G.Beard

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Technically it exists, I use it on my MBP, I just haven't yet finished the installer, but I'm >this< close. You can already use the Windows one and migrate to the macOS version later with no troubles.
Not Windows, end up wanting to choke that fucker Satya Nadella with a mouse cable until he's as blue as the screen of death.

Open Board View is amazing to use after having to use testlink (and windows). NICE WORK!
We'll be holding out for the flexBV installer package.
 

Paul Daniels

Super Moderator
Not Windows, end up wanting to choke that fucker Satya Nadella with a mouse cable until he's as blue as the screen of death.

Open Board View is amazing to use after having to use testlink (and windows). NICE WORK!
We'll be holding out for the flexBV installer package.
Haven't ended up going the "official installer" route, but now am bundling together the FlexBV & PDF viewer in to the one package and both the Windows and macOS version will now auto-detect the PDF viewer and set it up on the fly.
 

G.Beard

New member
Haven't ended up going the "official installer" route, but now am bundling together the FlexBV & PDF viewer in to the one package and both the Windows and macOS version will now auto-detect the PDF viewer and set it up on the fly.
So what to do with macOS flexBV... Can we download it soon?
 

Paul Daniels

Super Moderator
I'll have a look in to that. The build system is supposed to be building for at least as far back as 10.11 iirc. Thanks.
 
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