The easiest way to create a table seating plan
for your wedding, celebration or event
This release adds new features and bug fixes to v6.1.0 for Windows and Mac. You will require a v6 licence key to unlock the full functionality. v6 is a paid upgrade from v5 (free if you purchased v5 within 3 months of v6 being released). You can buy a new licence key here (or upgrade from a previous version here). See also our upgrade FAQ.
We recommend that you back-up important plan files before installing any new release.
The download links are at the bottom of the page.
This version can read plan (.tp) files saved by any earlier version of PerfectTablePlan. But reading v6 plans into versions of the software before v6 may lose some data.
|Operating systems||Windows 10, 8, 7 (both 32 and 64 bit variants)||macOS 11.2 to 10.12|
|Screen resolution||1280x720 pixels or better|
|Colours||65,536 colours (16 bit) or better|
1. You can now tell the automatic seat assignment algorithm to try to create socially distanced seating charts by placing empty seats between guests from different groups. Just check social distancing in the Auto assign tab of the Preferences window.
Note that you need to have more seats than guests. Ideally, at least one extra seat for each group.
2. Previously the main window reappeared in a slightly different position to the close position. This is now fixed.
3. Previously .csv files were exported with CRLF line endings, rather than the LF line endings typical for macOS. This is now fixed.
4. In macOS 10.15 (Catalina), saving a file over an existing file with the same name can cause a crash. This appears to be a macOS bug and we hope Apple will fix it soon. As a workaround you should either:
MacOS 10.14 and earlier are not affected.
Please notify any bugs or problems in as much detail as possible to support.