Mac OS X 10.7
PerfectTablePlan v4.2.6 has been tested on Mac OS
X 10.7 (Lion). No problems were found.
We continue to make progress on PerfectTablePlan
v5. Here are a couple more sneak peeks at some of the things we are
We know event planners love their iPads.
Wouldn't it be cool to be able to guide your guests to their seats
using your iPad? We are working on a feature that will allow you to
export your plan to the web with a few mouse clicks. This will enable
you to publish it to any device with a web browser, including an iPad.
Although you won't be able to edit the plan from a web browser, it will
be much more interactive than a PDF.
PerfectTablePlan exported to a web browser on an iPad
table - with no joins!
barcodes on stationery
There is plenty more, but
we are keeping them under wraps for now. Watch this
space for further news...
The current version of PerfectTablePlan supports:
- Windows: 7, Vista, XP, 2000 (32 and 64 bit
- Mac OS X: 10.7, 10.6, 10.5, 10.4, 10.3.9 (32
and 64 bit versions, Intel and PPC processors)
In version 5 we plan to drop support for Windows
2000, Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.3.9 and PPC architecture Macs, as very few
people are now using these platforms. Dropping support for PPC
processors will also allow us to halve the size of PerfectTablePlan
for the Mac.
So the new platforms supported will be:
- Windows: 7, Vista, XP (32 and 64 bit versions)
- Mac OS X: 10.7, 10.6, 10.5 (32 and 64 bit
versions, Intel processors)
We will also add support for new OS's as they
become available (e.g. Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.8).
We weren't fans of Steve
Jobs' authoritarian style, but it is hard not to
admire his accomplishments. From humble origins, he turned the
worlds of personal computing, animation, music and mobile phones upside
down. The Apple Macintosh computer was a masterpiece, years ahead of
its time. When Jobs returned to Apple in 1997 he led it from the brink
bankruptcy to the second most valuable company in
the world. If you haven't watched the video of his inspiring 2005
Stanford commencement speech we recommend you do so - we think
it is worth 15 minutes of anyone's time.
Oryx Digital Ltd