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  •  20 Jul 1999 03:01
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    Release Notes: Minor bugfixes. Additional debugging options available. 3D spike view is now dragable as it should have been.

    •  17 Jul 1999 02:42
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      Release Notes: Various bugfixes in configure script. If your are having problems with nothing being displayed, please send me detailed feedback to fix these bugs, as I haven't been able to reproduce them.

      •  16 Jul 1999 01:40
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        Release Notes: 1.1.6 includes full saving of all options (except window placement), configfile parsing code from xmms, and minor position related bugfixes.

        •  15 Jul 1999 00:54
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          Release Notes: Locking when dragging traces now complete. Now you don't have to drag "slowly" to avoid slipping off the end. Acts more how DND should. Numerous positional bug fixes.

          •  14 Jul 1999 02:00
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            Release Notes: Minor bugfixes with relation to direction control panel, it no longer segfaults when it's deleted. The logo has been redone to include The Rasterman and Michael Fulbright (original authors of extace).

            •  12 Jul 1999 22:15
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              Release Notes: Major bugfix on systems with the fftw library. Should now compile cleanly on systems with either gsl or fftw, or on systems with both. Should no longer give erroneous data and segfaults.

              •  12 Jul 1999 00:48
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                Release Notes: Fixes for configure script regarding fftw and gsl libraries. Alls users having trouble compiling are encouraged to try this version and report any problems.

                •  10 Jul 1999 16:08
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                  Release Notes: Various bugfixes. 3D trace controller fixed. Now it updates the directional arrow when changing modes.

                  •  09 Jul 1999 23:02
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                    Release Notes: Version 1.1 includes the new 3D axis speed and direction control, and various bugfixes. It should now compile cleanly on machines with both the fftw library and the GSL library. The configure script will default to the fftw library as it uses about 30% less CPU,

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