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Getting Closer

February 27, 2007

In continuation of this post, we’ve added support for five WeatherBug stations and cameras within one program, and a number of different sizes and configurations are available for each WeatherBug station that you include in your Leopard programs. The refresh onclick command has also been implemented, and it’ll really make a difference in how programs are constructed in Leopard.

In response to multiple requests, we’ve also included basic math functions to encourage students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide with variables.

The bulk of development on this next version of Leopard is complete, and some final finishing touches are being made right now. I’ll keep everyone updated as we get closer to the release date.

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3 comments

  1. Give me an early copy and I’ll put an app together ! :p Looking forward to the next version. “relase early, release often” I bought a new Laptop, VISTA installed, working pretty nice.

    Is the documentation being update too, with the new functions?

    -Later


  2. The offical announcement……drum roll please…… MCP Weather 1.0 is out !

    http://www.mcpaige.com/software/

    http://www.weatherbug.com/leopard/leopardApplicationCatalogPage.asp


  3. Brandon, the applications page is playing up again;

    Microsoft VBScript runtime error ‘800a000d’

    Type mismatch: ‘HTMLEncode’

    /leopard/leopardApplicationCatalogPage.asp, line 87



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