The easiest way to create a table seating plan
for your wedding, celebration or event
We are making steady progress on PerfectTablePlan v7.
Currently we are working on updating the icons in the user interface. The icons currently used in v6 were first introduced in v5 in 2012. Some of these icons are only available in 32 x 32 pixel sizes, which makes them look either tiny or blurry on modern 4K and 8K monitors. So we have switched to a higher resolution set of icons that also have a more modern look and feel.
The icons aren’t finalized yet. But here is a sneak peek of what v7 currently looks like.
v7 will also be better at handling other aspects of high resolution displays.
There is a lot more work to do yet, but we hope to have an early test version that customers can try in a few months.
Q: Can I buy a v7 licence now?
Q: Will I get a free upgrade to v7 when it is released?
A: Only if you purchased a v6 licence 3 months or less before the official v7 release date.
Q: Will I get a discounted upgrade to v7 when it is released?
A: Yes, if you have a valid PerfectTablePlan licence for v6 (or earlier), you will be able to buy v7 60% cheaper than buying a new licence.
Q: What improvements will there be in v7?
A: The new version is very much a work in progress and not everything is decided yet. Stay tuned.
Q: When will v7 be released?
A: When it is ready! Maybe Q1 2024. Maybe not. We aren’t going to rush it to meet an arbitrary guideline.
Q: Will v7 be able to read plans from earlier versions of PerfectTablePlan?
Email us if you have any other burning questions about v7.
We have tested the latest version of PerfectTablePlan on macOS 14 (Sonoma) and found no issues.
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Eight friends – P, Q, R, S, T, U, V & W are sitting around a circle facing the center. V is third to the right of Q & second to the left of R. Q is second to the left of T & immediate right of S. U is between Q & T. P is not at the left of R. Who is exactly at left of S?
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