Since Visual Studio 2019 came out last week, I will be converting from VS 2017 soon, to keep up with the latest technologies. In the meanwhile, ZW 5.0 now calculates and prints correctly for fields and subfields. Only a few more forms and lists need to be done, but experience from the past year tells me that it will still
The new ZW version can support many languages, just as the previous version does. I added new texts, and many old ones need to be reviewed or corrected. At the moment Dutch and English are complete, I can manage these on my own. For Italian some work needs to be done. French, Spanish, German and Polish need a lot of
I admit it has been a bit quiet here, but not to worry. Behind the screens I’m working very hard, almost daily, to rebuild ZW. However, this is not an easy nor a small task. Yet, I have worked out the main structures and a lot of forms are working. Everything related to the user interface I have had to
I’m happy to say I’ve started working on ZW 5.0 again. Let’s wait and see how it goes, but I think it would be great to have a first beta test version out coming winter. After that we have to wait and see how things develop. Please follow me on Facebook for updates. Also we now have over 300 members
As of this week we have more than 200 registered members. That’s very nice of course. Please don’t forget to like our Facebook page (see right menu bar). And if you have time please make a small donation to keep ZW-Scoring free in the future and help cover our operational costs.
Due to the very nice weather and increasing outdoor activities, progress on ZW 5.0 has slowed down more than I had anticipated earlier this year. The Datamodel and GUI flows are worked out, but a new version won’t be available this summer. Testing will probably start later this year, so please bear with us. I will keep you informed on
Regularly I get questions about the availability of ZW-Scoring for Web, Linux or MacOS. Leo Eggink has built ZW with Visual Basic 6 specifically for the Windows platform. Right now I am converting it to VB.Net, still on the Windows platform, which is quite a task in itself due to the many differences between VB6 and VB.net. The latter is