I’m happy to report that OpenDCL project members responded to last fall’s request for financial support by contributing US $2300.00 before the end of 2013. There has been a noticeable increase in project activity since that time. Member contributions dropped a bit in 2014 to US $1730.00. Thank you very much for your support! Your contributions help defray web site expenses and motivate programmers and administrators to continue investing time and energy in the OpenDCL project. If you use and rely on OpenDCL for your work, please consider a one-time or recurring annual contribution to help ensure the project’s future.
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Actually the support forum is only 7 months old, but it has been growing fast & now has 100 registered members.
Here are the stats: 605 Posts in 134 Topics by 100 Members. Latest Member: PMF10
Congrats to PMF10 as the lucky 100th. member, he’s prize is a FREE copy of OpenDCL.
I know OpenDCL has a lot more active users, and with the help of all these members OpenDCL is getting better & better.
For example, OpenDCL 5.0 Alpha1 has just been released. (thanks to a lot of hard work by Owen)
NOTE: This is the first Alpha & is still buggy, so don’t use it on production projects.
However, 220.127.116.11 has some very nice new features:
- Nudge\move control(s) 1 pixel at a time with the keyboard arrows.
- Double-Click a control to bring up its “Intelligent Help”.
- Hold the [Ctrl] key to select multiple controls by picking, or to drag multiple controls at once.
- Align multiple controls at once (read the full details).
- Click on a control in the Z-Order pane to select it.
And last but not least, OpenDCL has a new look. I’m sure you’ve already noticed the new logo in the header of OpenDCL.com & when you install 5.0 it will have a new desktop icon & file type icons.
Congrats to James Buzbee (JB) for winning the new logo design contest.