Timelapse2 : Version History

The Version history describes what changes were made in prior versions


As of version 2.1.0.6, both Timelapse and TimelapseEditor version numbers are updated whenever there is a change made to one or both programs.

V2.2.3.1

  • Bug fixes
    • catch crash when reading in old databases that occurs on reading an image where ImageQuality was previously recorded as Unknown.
    • rare case when marker was erroneously recorded at Infinity,Infinity.
    • Detection bounding boxes now display or don't display correctly depending upon the confidence preference and the confidence selection
    • fixed a weird exception where invoking 'IsDisplayable' when a video image was being displayed by coding a work-around.
    • fixed (rare?) but where datatable was being dropped and rebuilt due to differences in .tdb and .ddb templates but was also clearing detections as a side effect, since it was a foreign key. Fix was to turn off f foreign keys (with pragma), drop the table, then turned foreign keys back on.
    • Altered import recognition data to require an exact match between folder paths in the recognition file and the ddb file, as previous attempts to look for subfolders cannot handle all conditions. Message boxes are raised to describe how well it worked.
    • When clearing rows in a database table with a foreign key, foreign keys must be off as otherwise it hangs / takes a massive amount of time if the table is large.
    • eliminated crash when importing quickpaste items from another .ddb before a quickpaste window was opened
  • Enhancements:
    • Redid Custom Selection/Detections dialog and custom selection code to:
      • include All as a category that covers the union of categories with actual detections
      • Empty now includes confidence range so that it includes images with no identified detections, plus those with at most a low confidence of detections (i.e., the inverse of All where 100-confidence)
      • Several other changes to make it work a bit better and more accurately.
    • Populate / /Inspect image Metadata: Users can now choose between metadataExtractor ors Phil Harvey's Exiftool to inspect and retrieve an image or video metadata. MetadataExtractor is faster but less up to data with specific camera's makernotes, while Phile Harvey's Exiftool is more comprehensive but slower.
    • Quickpaste enhancement. Editor window now includes buttons to select or clear all Use checkboxes
    • Custom Selection: minimum dialog window size reduced
    • Added busy indicator when importing recognitions
  • User Manual
    • updated to reflect changes as mentioned above in
      • Populate Metadata
      • Image Recognition.
  • Maintenance
    • Package Updates to: MetadataExtractor, Newtonsoft.JSon, System.Data.SQLite

V2.2.3.0

  • Bug fixes
    • Reverted AvalonDock as it was causing a crash when trying to restore a floating window on startup
    • a few other bug fixes
  • Feature changes (for image recognition only)
    • Adjusted the position of image recognition bounding boxes so that they don’t obscure the animal
    • Image recognition bounding boxes will always appear within a selected confidence range

V2.2.2.9

  • Bug fix
    • Using markers on counters no longer causes Timelapse to crash
  • Features
    • Custom selection: Selecting Empty on detections unchecks the confidence box, as that should not be used with Empty
  • User manual
    • Updated Part 3 Recognition to include several workflow variations

V2.2.2.8

  • Major functional changes
    • Can import and use Image recognition data produced by a 3rd party. As the 3rd party currently does this by invitation only, features are turned off by default. If interested, contact me.
    • Loading / adding images searches all subfolders for images. New images are added, but previously loaded images are automatically skipped.
    • Image Quality
      • now only includes Dark and Ok.
      • will disappear soon, to be replaced by a ‘Dark’ flag.
    • Select Menu changed – you can now select ‘by Folders’.
    • Dark classification is no longer an option when loading images for the first time. However, it can be done after loading via the Edit Menu.
  • Performance improvements
    • Loading / adding many images should be several times faster.
  • Bug fixes
    • Episodes adjusted to indicate episodes that are excessively long.
  • User manual: new / heavily modified sections
    • Part 1, Section 2: Best Practices for Organizing your Files and Folders
    • Part 3: Automatic Image Recognition

V2.2.2.5

  • Bug fixes – somewhat rare but critical
    • fixed crashing issue when closing an image set when in the overview
    • fixed appearance of counters when entering data for multiple images in the overview
  • Internal changes
    • Put in working stubs where video thumbnails can be cached, which improves the display of videos (instead of black). This is still hidden from the user until it is fully implemented. However, ffmpeg.exe (used to generate thumbnails) is now included in the binary release.

V2.2.2.4

  • Feature addition
    • Episodes – Timelapse identifies a sequence of images separated by a short time interval (e.g., an animal moving through a scene) and numbers them (e.g., 1/10). Useful for analyzing a sequence of related images as a whole. Try Options | Show Episodes. See User Manual – Episodes for details.
    • Tabbing – skips system-supplied fields by default as these are rarely edited (DateTime, ImageQuality, DeleteFlag), but you can change that using Options | Preferences
    • Navigating images – left/right arrow key works everywhere except on a note or date field that has the focus (as they navigate the text in it). You can use Shift-left/right arrow keys, which always navigates images.
  • User Manual updated
  • Bug fixes and fine tuning
    • Code checks / repairs NULL in file table, against prior versions in version compatability
    • Fixed bug in bouncing floating data panel
    • Fixed bug where defaults were not being added to the schema
    • Hotfixed arrow keys on QuickPaste
    • Hotfixed bug in classifying dark and corrupt images
    • Various others, some critical.

V2.2.2.3

  • Feature addition
    • Many UI fixes / tweaks
    • QuickPaste – a major new feature that lets you paste multiple data field values in a single click.
    • Copy Previous Values button and QuickPaste display previews of the values that would be pasted, where data fields flash to verify pasted actions
    • Tabbing and keyboard data entry improved: fixes made over the prior version.
  • Bug fixes
    • various
    • fixes dropping a column due to template changes failed, and default values were ommited in the updated table
    • fixes crash when rapidly navigating images
  • User Manual
    • updated to include the above changes

V2.2.2.0

  • Feature addition
    • Sort Menu (new!) allows you to sort images by your data fields, e.g., by DateTime, FileName, by a combination of any two data fields, etc. Each image set will remember its sort setting.
    • Options | Advanced | Timelapse Options… now provides several settings to manage DeletedFiles
    • Tabbing and keyboard data entry vastly improved:
      • Tab / Shift tab between fields, the Copy Previous button, and File Navigator Slider
      • Flags (Checkboxes) activated via ‘Space’
      • Choice menu: items navigated via arrows
      • Copy Previous button activated with space, left/right arrows navigate files
      • The active data control is highlight to rapidly identify them
    • UTC dates and offset management simplified (as rarely used)
  • User manual
    • new sections / additions describing the changes (e.g., sections on sorting and tabbing)
  • Bug fixes
    • Rare bug reading files stored on network discs fixed
    • Various other bug fixes as noticed by users.
  • Database (.ddb file) modified
    • Timelapse adds new fields to the ImageSetTable in the.ddb file, used internally to store settings. Earlier versions of Timelapse will still work on these .ddb files.

v2.2.1.7

  • Bug fixes
    • Repaired issue where left clicking on a marker caused Timelapse to crash
    • Added checks to handle some (but not all) cases where file paths are too long for Windows to handle
    • Added check to ensure that new template files will always have a .tdb suffix

v2.2.1.6

  • Bug fixes
    • Critical fix: Timelapse didn’t run if Windows set to various non-English regions. Regions format numbers and dates differently. A portugese user had Timelapse aborting on startup. This is now fixed.
    • Window positions weren’t remembered. Now fixed.
    • DateTimePicker control fixed. Minor bug where calendar was not synced with the text.
  • User Interface
  • Added a warning to the Instructions pane that appears if you have Windows set to a region other than English (US) or English (Canada), as other regions could introduce issues.

v2.2.1.5

Minor changes

  • Feature addition
    • Options | Adjust FilePlayer playback speed… raises a dialog box that lets you adjust how many images per second you would prefer to see when using the play forward/backwards buttons on the File Player.
  • Bug fixes
    • Warns about very long file paths. Windows does not allow file paths longer than ~256 characters. Timelapse will warn you if you have files longer than that, but leaves it up to you to shorten your path (e.g., by moving or renaming your folders).
  • Internal code cleanup
    • various small things

v2.2.1.4

Minor changes

  • Feature additions
    • Timelapse checks if the root folder name stored in the database differs from the actual root folder. If so, it will ask the user if he/she wants to update the database to store the current root folder name instead.
  • Bug fixes
    • fixed bug in importing old ImageData.xml files
  • Performance
    • SQLite updated to the latest version

v2.2.1.3

  • New features
    • Window Layouts, including window location and size plus location of panes are now saved between Timelapse sessions.
    • A new Window menu (on menu bar) allows users to load default window layouts, or to save and load their own layouts
  • Bug and feature fixes
    • Minor performance improvements
    • Date corrections dialogs - many had a bug that stopped one from realizing the correction. This has been fixed.
    • Classify Dark Images window now fits on standard laptop screens
    • Double click in overview no longer creates marker on image if a counter was selected
    • Fixed focus issues on Data Grid
    • Fixed how data fields updates multiple selections under certain conditions
    • End and Home shortcut keys removed at a user's request. They have little value and are too easy to hit accidentally.
    • Bookmark state remembered between sessions (although zoom/pan may be off if the window size is changed between sessions)
    • Excel export now always tries to save in US date/time format (may be problematic if foreign date/time settings are used)
    • DateTimePicker fied to showing matching image numbers as one enters the new dates
    • DataTable now updates and scrolls correctly
    • and more!
  • User Manual
    • Updated to describe the Window menu

v2.2.1.2

  • Important bug fix
    • Counters sometimes did not correctly update their displayed valued during navigation. This usually happened if the data for the navigated to image had a ‘blank’ entries. This now-fixed bug was introduced in the last version.

v2.2.1.1

  • New features
    • Data Table (one of the three tabs):
      • highlights currently selected file(s)
      • click row to navigate to an image
      • click column to sort on that data
    • Overview provides better feedback
      • displays ellipsis in a control's data field when data differs due to multiple selections
  • Bug fixes
    • Fixed misreading of dates (using creation time instead of metadata image taken time) that occasional occured when loading images
    • Timelapse properly incorporates choice list changes made in the template
    • A right mouse up on the markable image (rather than a marker) no longer creates a new marker
    • overview enabling and disabling of controls work properly
    • data entry tab tooltip now displays

v2.2.1.0

  • New features
    • Overview added, which allows you to view and enter data for multiple images at a time. Switch to/from the overview by zooming out/in (via the scroll wheel, the ‘<’ or ‘>’ keys, or the zoom menu item).
  • Bug fixes
    • Important: fixes very slow image navigation that occurs on some (but not all) machines
    • Dialog boxes resized to fit within a typical laptop screen
    • Choice box displays properly within old versions of Windows
  • User Manuals
    • Updated to detail how to use the overview
  • Video Tutorials

v2.2.0.9

  • Test version, not released

v2.2.0.8

  • New features
    • File | Close Image Set closes the current image set, which allows you to open a new one without quitting Timelapse.
    • Edit | Find, or entering <control>-c, raises a ‘Find’ box that lets you specify a search term and find the next or previous image that contains that term.
    • Editor: File | Close closes the current template being edited, which allows you to create or open another template.
  • Bug fixes
    • Important: Fixed an issue where changes to the template were not being propagated to Timelapse.
    • Performance improvements in the Template Editor, for adding new rows and for altering the control or spreadsheet order
  • User Manual
    • Updated to include the new 'Close' and 'Find' features above

v2.2.0.7

  • New features
    • Major: If a template is changed to add / delete /rename controls, image sets opened with an earlier version of that template will detect those changes and incorporate them into the image set. A confirmation dialog box will be displayed.
    • If a template's choice list is missing an item that exists in the choice list of the image set, a warning is displayed.
    • Editor: template constrains the default values allowed in Choices, where it must match one of the items on the Choice list
    • When a folder is loaded via the add.. menu, duplicate images are skipped - Timelapse now displays feedback on the fly about skipped images
    • Check for updates altered so that it is checked once a day
  • Bug fixes
    • Important: Fixed an issue where deleting multiple images could crash Timelapse.
    • Important: Fixed an issue where the wrong value may be displayed in a Note field
    • Editor - fixed an issue where fields that were not data labels were validated as data labels.
    • Editor - Flag field widths are now disabled as changing that width doesn't do anything meaningful

v2.2.0.6

  • New menu: Options | Advanced | Delete Duplicates will check for duplicates and delete them (partially fixes the problem reported in v2.2.0.5 (but does not deal with missing images)

v2.2.0.5

  • We recently discovered an issue with Timelapse versions released from April onwards (numbered version 2.2.0.0 – 2.2.0.4). While it may not affect all users, you should update Timelapse now. The issue occurs when Timelapse loads an image set for the first time. Instead of reading all images, it may occasionally skip an image, where it instead creates a duplicate of a nearby image.

Important! To check if any of your recently loaded data sets were affected, as well as how to fix them, read Instructions

v2.2.0.4

  • Marker creation now works more consistently on button click vs. panning
  • Videos no longer are indicated as corrupted
  • Advanced UTC DateTime and Time Zone Offset visibility fixed. They are not displayed in Timelapse and in exported spreadsheets unless the UTCOffset visibility is set in the template.

v2.2.0.3

  • Template Editor: Important bug fix to update controls after its field was edited and to reduce potential crash

v2.2.0.2

  • Template Editor: Important bug fix to update controls after its field was edited
  • Timelapse: With counters, double clicking on image fixed to generate only one marker

v2.2.0.1

  • Counter’s appearance altered to make its function more apparent
  • Template Editor: Important bug fix to update controls after its field was edited
  • Bug fix: About Dialog - Check For Updates now works properly

v2.2.0.0

  • Sampling of major new features
    • Tabs and Data entries panes
      • Data entry pane can be pulled out as separate window, or repositioned on the top, bottom or sides of the main window
      • Instructions and data table panes are now tabs that can be pulled out of the window
    • A FilePlayer control lets you play your images backwards and forwards at various speeds
    • Videos now appear in the main window rather than a separate window
    • Images can be optionally presented in time-order vs. name order
    • Note fields will autocomplete, where its predictions are based on previous entries
    • Counters can be toggled on and off
    • User manual updated to reflect changes

v2.1.0.8

Update recommended: various minor bug fixes, minor user interface improvements, and many internal changes

  • Visible changes
    • Tooltips on data fields now display the entered value. This is useful for seeing values larger than the entry field.
    • Some menu items now show icons next to them
    • Date/Time handling improved somewhat
    • Editor user interface is improved somewhat (e.g., tabbing is now possible within a row), and various bugs fixed
  • Internal changes
    • Many changes made to clean up the code base.
    • metadata management changed from ExifTool to MetadataExtractor
    • various packages updated.

v2.1.0.7

Update very strongly recommended as it fixes a critical bug.

  • Important bug fixes
    • Timelapse no longer crashes when loading older already analyzed image sets, i.e., older versions of the Timelapse .ddb file.

v2.1.0.6

Update very strongly recommended! This version fixes a nasty bug that caused Timelapse to crash when loading images, as well as other lesser bugs. It also changes when it tries to classify dark image. Details are below.

  • Important bug fixes
    • Timelapse no longer crashes when loading image sets. This sometimes happened on older versions of windows or older machines.
    • Timelapse editor no longer crashes when you try to re-order controls or spreadsheet columns
  • Important feature changes
    • Timelapse no longer automatically classifies images as 'Dark' or 'Okay' on loading. Only some users needed this feature, and classification slows down loading. To do classification, you now select the menu option:** 2x speedup on image scrolling when using arrow keys
      • Edit→Classify dark images – invokes dark image classification, or
      • Options→Advanced→Timelapse Options lets you set Timelapse to automatically classify dark images on loading. This is the old behavior.
    • Options→Advanced→Timelapse Options dialog now includes an Adjusting Performance section, which lets you tune image display for fast vs. slow computers. It allows you to tweak how fast images are displayed when first loading or when navigating through images.
  • Other changes
    • Timelapse bug fixes
      • Double digit numbers entered into counters now work properly.
      • Tooltips on controls correctly display the text specified in the Timelapse Editor.
    • Timelapse feature enhancement
      • Version update dialog has a new look.



Version History

Version History: Timelapse2

v2.1.0.3

  • New features
    • Date correction for cameras with slow/fast clocks
  • Fixes
    • 3x speedup on image loading
    • 2x speedup on image scrolling when using arrow keys
    • Counter data controls can be cleared (i.e., empty)
    • Context menu (Copy Forward etc) now appears properly
    • other minor bug fixes

v2.1.0.2

  • This is a major release with too many changes to list.
  • Major changes
    • Videos now handled
      • .mp4, .avi files as produced by some cameras
      • a video player is included under the View menu
    • New image handling
      • images can be stored and loaded from multiple sub-folders (ideally located under the root folder containing the template)
      • additional sub-folders can be added to a Timelapse image set at any time e.g., new batch of images can be added as they arrive
    • Better management of special cases
      • handles the case where no images are loaded or all images are deleted
  • User Manual
    • Manual is now up to date with this version
    • a better tutorial image set was created and included to accompany this manual
  • Code changes
    • much of the code has been refactored and modified for better maintenance and extensibility (Thanks to the effort of Todd West).
    • Github site created

v2.0.2.4 (Not yet released)

  • Minor fixes
    • Custom View Filter Dialog
      • minor changes in explanation text
      • removed 'Glob' expression from counts, as special characters cannot be entered

v2.0.2.3

  • New feature in the Edit menu: Populate a Field with Image Metadata.
    • Cameras often record metadata into an image file, some of which could be useful to record using Timelapse. To do this, a dialog lists all your data fields (Notes, Data and Time), and the metadata fields found in one of your images. You then select the data field and metadata field of interest. That data field will then be populated (across all images) with a metadata value from the corresponding image file. For example, if your image files have a metadata field called 'Temperature' you can import that image's recorded temperature into one of your data fields (e.g., a Note field called 'Temperature' that you could create using the Template Editor).
    • Thanks to Phil Harvey and his Exiftool project at http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/, which Timelapse uses to extract the metadata (you will see that program is now included in the Timelapse folder).
  • New feature in Filter menu: Custom Filter
    • Raises a dialog box that gives you the ability to select one or more of your data fields, a search condition (e.g., =, <, > etc), and some value. As you create the expression, it tells you how many images match your search condition. When you are done, it will filter the images to show only those that match. It also allows you to reset your search to all images.
  • Changed feature: Export to CVS
    • Now limits the export to the images currently displayed in a particular filtered view. Thus you can export any subset of your data (or all your data if you select ‘All Images’ as the filter).
  • Small fixes / enhancements
    • corrected a date typo in ambiguous date dialog box
    • corrected dialog box positioning for large dialog boxes on small displays, where the title bar should now remain visible

v2.0.2.2

  • Limited test release of features found in 2.0.2.3

v2.0.2.1

  • This is actually a rollback to 2.0.1.9
    • A user reported a bug in the new Populate menu item, which puts the metadata in the wrong column
    • This rollback removes that feature until I fix it.

v2.0.2.0

  • New feature in the Edit menu: Populate a Field with Image Metadata.
    • Cameras often record metadata into an image file, some of which could be useful to record using Timelapse. To do this, a dialog lists all your data fields (Notes, Data and Time), and the metadata fields found in one of your images. You then select the data field and metadata field of interest. That data field will then be populated (across all images) with a metadata value from the corresponding image file. For example, if your image files have a metadata field called 'Temperature' you can import that image's recorded temperature into one of your data fields (e.g., a Note field called 'Temperature' that you could create using the Template Editor).
    • Thanks to Phil Harvey and his Exiftool project at http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/, which Timelapse now users to extract the metadata (you will see that program is now included in the Timelapse folder).
  • Small enhancement
    • The Reread Dates from Images now runs faster and with better feedback
  • Internal addition
    • A database function allows multiple fields to be updated with multiple values in one operation. A speed improvement.

v2.0.1.9

  • Small enhancement
    • Added a 'See Version History' button to the About Timelapse dialog, which brings the user to the web page describing version changes.

v2.0.1.8

  • Interface cleanup
    • All dialog boxes are redone with a common look and feel

v2.0.1.7

  • Bug fixes
    • Corrects a focus issue when editing notes and fixed choice, where characters were interpreted as shortcut keys if the cursor was moved outside the window.
  • Internal
    • Message Dialog boxes have been redone as a single DlgMessageBox to provide a common look and feel.

v2.0.1.6

  • Bug fixes
    • Fixed bug where fixed choice items called 'Unknown' were not appearing.

v2.0.1.5

  • Added feature:
    • Under the File Menu, new item called "Rename the data file..." that allows you to rename the .ddb file on the fly, e.g., from the default TimelapseData.ddb to (for example) TimelapseData.Site0-Feb2-15.ddb .
    • As part of handling renamed files, the system now:
      • looks for a .ddb file in the image folder and loads that
      • if more than one .ddb file exists, it raises a dialog asking the user to choose one
      • renames backup files and exported .csv files to match the new filename
    • Timestamped backups of the .ddb and .csv are now created in the Backup folder on startup.
      • For example, TimelapseData.ddb backup is named TimelapseData.2016-02-03.13-57-28.ddb (if done at Feb 3, 2016 at time 13:57:28)
      • Older backup files are no longer over-written
    • When a CVS file is exported, a dialog box (that can be optionally hidden) and a status bar notification confirms the operation.
  • Bug fix
    • The color determination when judging dark images has been relaxed, as some cameras create what looks like grey scale images, but that actually have tinges of color in them.

v2.0.1.4

  • Added feature:
    • Under Options menu, new item allowing a user to customize how Timelapse determines light vs. dark images.

v2.0.1.3

  • Added feature:
    • Two new entries under the Edit / Date Correction menu
      • Re-Read Dates From Images restores the original date/time as recorded on each image
      • Check and Modify Ambiguous Dates lets you swap the day / month on a per day basis

v2.0.1.2

  • Added feature:
    • Now warns the user with they try to run Timelapse out of its home folder (i.e., the one with the SQL files in it that it needs).

v2.0.1.0

  • Major bug fix:
    • dates were sometimes recorded incorrectly when reading in a new image set. This should fix it on new image sets, but let me know if the problem persists.
  • Possible incompatible change:
    • The time is now recorded presented in 24 hour format including seconds. e.g., 19:01:15 instead of 7:01 pm. This change will only appear on reading in new image sets.
  • Added features:
    • Fixed choice menus now include an 'empty' menu item at its end. Select this to clear the current fixed choice entry.

v2.0.0.5

  • Minor bug fixes:
    • Fixed the link to the tutorial manual to point to the newest version, as it mistakenly pointed to the Timelapse 1 version

v2.0.0.3

  • Minor feature enhancements:
    • Remembers whether the controls were in a separate window, as well as the window size, and restores that the next time you load Timelapse
    • Fixes the layout of that window a bit, where fields now wrap around the Copy Previous Item button (internally changed the layout to a much more flexible FlowDocument)
    • Allows keyboard typing to select fixed choice items

v2.0.0.2

  • This is the candidate release of Timelapse2, distributed to users for testing
  • It is a major upgrade over Timelapse1. Because it uses a different file system, the files produced by Timelapse1 (CodeTemplateEditor.xml and ImageData.xml) must be converted to the new format before Timelapse2 can read them.



Version History: Timelapse2TemplateEditor

v2.1.0.2

  • This is a major release with too many changes to list.
  • Major changes
    • A new dialog box under the View menu allows a person to inspect image metadata
  • User Manual
    • Manual is now up to date with this version
    • a better tutorial image set was created and included to accompany this manual
  • Code changes
    • Code has been changed considerably for better maintainability (Thanks to Todd West)
    • Github site created

v2.0.1.5

  • Small enhancement
    • Added a 'See Version History' button to the About Timelapse dialog, which brings the user to the web page describing version changes.
  • Internal
    • Finished redoing Message Dialog boxes to a common look and feel.

v2.0.1.4

  • Bug fix
    • Fixed a small bug in the way Data Labels are corrected, where it inadvertently replaced some characters in other fields
  • Internal
    • Message Dialog boxes have been redone as a single DlgMessageBox to provide a common look and feel.

v2.0.1.3

  • Bug fix
    • Fixed system crash that occurred if a user was actively editing a cell but then selected another action before finishing that edit.

v2.0.1.2

  • Added feature:
    • Now warns the user with they try to run Timelapse out of its home folder (i.e., the one with the SQL files in it that it needs).

v2.0.1.1

  • Bug fix:
    • Fixed an issue where editing choice menus either produced no results, or replaced the wrong choice menu. This issue only occurred if the various data controls had been re-ordered at some time.

v2.0.1.0

  • Bug fix:
    • Added several addition checks to user-edited datalabels to ensure they did not match reserved words, and that they began with a letter and had only legal characters. While this bug rarely occurred, it was nasty for one user, as it caused Timelapse to show no images after reading them in correctly!
    • Fixed the message shown when the datalabel was a reserved word (it was the wrong message).
  • Feature additions
    • (minor) updated the About dialog box to look better and to be more informative
  • Internal:
    • Removed extraneous code that duplicated getting the version number

v2.0.0.5

  • Minor bug fixes:
    • Fixed the link to the tutorial manual to point to the newest version, as it mistakenly pointed to the Timelapse 1 version
    • Put a ':' after the Add label, as another cue that this isn't a button

v2.0.0.4

  • minor bug fix, where error checking for illegal data labels was accidentally applied to all columns.

v2.0.0.3

  • skipped a version

v2.0.0.2

  • This is the candidate release of the new Timelapse2TemplateEditor, distributed to users for testing
  • The Timelapse2TemplateEditor is new software that provides an interactive interface for creating templates. The software also lets you to convert legacy templates (i.e., the CodeTemplate.xml files used in Timelapse1).