We've decided to release a new version of PersonalBrain separate from the beta track. You can read all about it (and join the...
Thanks for all your help and feedback in doing the initial testing for the 4.3 release.
220.127.116.11 has just been released and is now...
If you have a problem with version 4.3 and need to revert back to an earlier release, please follow these directions. Note that any changes you have...
It is now over 1 hour and the conversion has not completed. I do not remember how many thoughts I have but I do not believe it is a...
Currently using 18.104.22.168.
When attempting to delete or rename attachments I get a file in use error. When I go to the folder containing the...
As the subject says, goes for both Link and Thought Types.
Up now and fixes the problem with Unicode in notes...
May 23, 2008
Speed of conversions from 4.2 is...
The upgrade from 4218 to 4302 took abound 75 minutes for my brain with 59000 thoughts. No errors, no problems. Umlauts are fine.
4302 is running...
when I open 4.3 version personalbrain ask me to download library version for indexing.... link is for 22.214.171.124
I'm pretty sure "x,,y" worked with 4.2 and would have insert the parent's name between x and y. It doesn't with 4.3
At least from the Windows side of things, I'm loving the new release. I'm dealing with less "quirks" with this release...
I have just made a migration from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52
There were no errors in the conversion run but comparing the statistics from before...
I have a couple of questions on the parallell beta program with versions 4.2 and 4.3.
1) Will 4.3.x get new features that is not included in...
Unable to change default font to Verdana in Notes by editing .css file in PersonalBrain\res folder.
/* default font */
And again, like in start of 4.2, after database conversion all russian characters in notes is broken
I'm in for the experimentation...
The migration process from 4.2 to 4.3 database format took about 20 minutes, and I have a small brain (~500...
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