June 17, 2014 update:
Released v2.2.1 with bug fixes and lowered the price of the
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June 2, 2014
, released v2.2.0 with 2 new controls and 15 bug fixes and improvements. Users of the
got 2 more controls in v2.2.0 and received v2.3.0 with 1 new control and 30 new bug fixes and improvements (see
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- June 17, 2014, released Plus Edition v2.2.1 containing 5 bug fixes (see
list) and a new lower price to get the
Plus Edition until August 30, 2014. Plus Edition v2.3.1 released with 6 bug fixes.
- June 2, 2014, released Plus Edition v2.3.0 containing a new controls and 30 bug fixes and improvements. Released Community Edition v2.2.0, containing two new controls and 15 bug fixes and improvements (see
- Feb. 20, 2014, released Plus Edition v2.2.0 containing 4 new controls and 20 bug fixes and improvements. Released Community Edition v2.1.0, containing 70 bug fixes and improvements (see
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