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  •  29 Aug 2010 07:37
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    Release Notes: This release brings vaccination handling, better medication printouts, a connector for a Canadian EMR, better character support on MS Windows, several medical scores, a plugin template for developers, and a link to dosage information for drugs. It features a number of translations of the user interface.

    •  19 Jul 2010 07:33
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      Release Notes: This version fixes an error when saving the date of birth. It irons out corner cases relating to Unicode detection of a database cluster. No database update is neccessary.

      •  09 Jun 2010 17:41
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        Release Notes: This release fixes a condition where some parts of the expanding SOAP control could not be reached when typing "too much" and a problem where Windows could not differentiate an os.system() call.

        •  28 May 2010 07:28
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          Release Notes: The bugs fixed include an error when pressing [OK] when no disease episode was selected, an exception when a template for the medication list was not suitable, an exception when retrieving data for the medication tooltip, and an exception on some data mining query types.

          •  12 May 2010 08:05
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            Release Notes: This version fixes a problem that occurred when override-schema-check was active. Issues with creation of new patients were resolved. Problems with writing letter from a template for which there's no engine were fixed. The system will now detect the condition when visual progress notes editor is not configured. There now is an improved OOo-bridge detection and the bootstrapper better detects UTF8 characters.

            •  21 Apr 2010 15:12
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              Release Notes: This release features visual progress notes. Translations have seen a big improvement. Several major inconsistencies have been solved, particularly around switching encounters on a patient and the dreaded Edit Area layout issue.

              •  10 Feb 2010 12:40
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                Release Notes: Attempts to <delete> when no allergy entry was selected no longer fail. Failure no longer occurs when tooltipping empty results/meds grids. Failure is done less haphazardly on invalid dates in wx to py conversion.

                •  05 Feb 2010 14:38
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                  Release Notes: This release fixed an incorrect most recent result displayed in the measurement type tooltip, a missing .GetValue() in the PRW abnormality indicator when updating a test result, an exception that occurred with placeholders, and a bogus PyDeadObjectError exception. A Brazilian Portuguese translation was added. Missing dependencies and faulty paths in gm-install_client_locally.sh were fixed. A database upgrade is not necessary.

                  •  23 Jan 2010 14:31
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                    Release Notes: The big improvements are LaTeX based letter writing and medication handling. New features include the ability to manage substance intake, the ability to print a medication list, the ability to print LaTeX as well as OOo letters, the ability to interface with German "MMI/Gelbe Liste" external drug, and the ability to display the UI in Polish and a few other languages (all partially).

                    •  10 Jan 2010 11:05
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                      Release Notes: This release fixes an obsolete LogException in gmMimeLib.py, a failure on adding a patient to a waiting list with no patient active, a wx.K_* instead of wx.WXK_* in gmSnellen, and a better default size of encounter details editor. This release does not need any database changes.

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