I’ve released Embroidery Reader version 1.5.1 containing a single bug fix. When installed on Windows 7, previous versions may leave behind Start Menu shortcuts after they were uninstalled. This may include Windows Vista and Windows 8 as well, but I don’t have them available to test. Fixing this bug paves the way for the eventual release of version 1.6.0, which I am working on when I have time.
Visit the Embroidery Reader page to download the new version.
I’ve converted my private Embroidery Reader Subversion code repository to git and uploaded it to Github! That means the complete history of Embroidery Reader’s source code is available to browse and download. It also means there’s a public issue tracker, and I can easily accept code patches from others.
I have released a new version of Embroidery Reader. Version 1.5.0 includes a collection of small updates I’ve made over the last year, but no significant functional changes. (Edit: Actually, this version remembers it’s window size when it closes, so it will re-open the same size you closed it)
Head over to the Embroidery Reader download page to get it.