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December 2009

Tabbles got cracked! This time it’s a real patch :-)

By | 2009-12-10T00:16:00+00:00 December 10th, 2009|English|

Hello crackers and pirate worldwide,Tabbles got cracked again - a real crack this time (a dll was patched). I guess it's pretty uncommon to see a software developer blogging about his software begin cracked, but in reality the thing its quite cool. We're still at the very beginning of our journey in enterpreneurship, no one knows us and probably some [...]

1.3.9 RC1

By | 2009-12-09T22:29:00+00:00 December 9th, 2009|English|

HELLO MY BELOVED WORLD:we're trying the make the file system watcher as stable as possible... here you go: download it here

Weekly update 30 Nov -> 6 Dec (mini update)

By | 2009-12-09T12:13:00+00:00 December 9th, 2009|English|

HELLO WORLDDevelopmentAuto-tagging rules: Maurizio worked A LOT on making the auto-tagging rules and one-click tagging engine stable and reliable. It was hard work as the technology is everything but trivial! We worked on fine tuning when the one-click pop-ups come out, and this involves keeping in account a bias time for renaming a new created file - basically now Tabbles understands [...]

1.3.5 —–> 1.3.8

By | 2009-12-01T18:40:00+00:00 December 1st, 2009|English|

HELLO WORLD.Update2: we released one more little patch to 1.3.8... at night we can sleep a bit better now! :-)---------------------Yes, one update more.But not just a simple update this time: this one will go to several magazines and Maurizio was up 36hours in a row coding this... :-)More details on our forumThanks

November 2009

space-efficiency -> rearranged file item

By | 2009-11-29T20:49:00+00:00 November 29th, 2009|English|

HELLO WORLDSpace efficient + readable = not easy taskBeing space-efficient is crucial for any application. Not being space efficient results in the app showing less data than what it potentially could, resulting in being less productive. On top of this, you need to make sure that the data is rendered in an easy-to-read manner and there is a whole science [...]

Weekly update 16->22->29 Nov. – ok, here it is

By | 2009-11-25T20:51:00+00:00 November 25th, 2009|English|

1st part:We're really running at full steam guys... that's the best I could do this time:http://www.tabbles.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=158&p=738#p7382nd part:HELLO WORLDI'm sorry for not have been writing a lot lately... basically we've been adding a lot of stuff, testing a lot and as we do that the ghost of the installer shows up again and keeps us awake at night (I promise you: [...]

Tabbles = free for bloggers – and Crowdsourcing

By | 2009-11-24T16:42:00+00:00 November 24th, 2009|English|

HELLO WORLD Crowdsourcing Today my bro posted this link on facebook: 8 ways to kill an idea. Now, the link itself is funny, being being the curious monkey I am, I couldn't help from digging into the site...which led me to find the M.Sc. thesis of the blogger and there I found this word I've been looking for a long [...]

micro weekly update 09 -> 15 November

By | 2009-11-17T22:15:00+00:00 November 17th, 2009|English|

HELLO WORLD.Guys, probably this week for the first time, we started seeing some real interest in Tabbles, coming from different fronts. It feels good.Development (1.2.1 is very close) -> look at this- Recursive untabbling added- Improved auto-categorization (just "sticky" for the moment)- "Bleached" file window and graphical tweaks - Tracked (and hopefully fixed) 2 very buggy bugs causing to database corruption. We're [...]

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