We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Memory Pictures v1.25. In this version, we updated the underlining engine.
We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Memory Pictures v1.24. In this update, we updated the application theme.
We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Memory Pictures (Windows) v1.23. In this update, we added support to customize the Place, Address and Country properties for the photos. This properties can be read with Memory Pictures and Memory Pictures Viewer on both the Windows and Mac versions.
We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Memory Pictures v1.22. In this update, we added an additional larger map view which you can enable. This map view is resizable and you can move it to another display. Any updates made on one map would be reflected on the other. At the same time, we updated the underlining leaflet scripts to the current version.
We are pleased to announce the immediate release of Memory Pictures v1.21. In this update, we optimize the loading of the Photo Listing and the Photo Preview Quality
We are pleased to announce the release of Memory Pictures v1.09. In this update, we included the option to export all the Photos on the List’s Coordinates and Notes in a CSV file. You can use the CSV file in another application.
The exported details are as follows
Filename, Date, Latitude, Longitude, GPS Coordinates, Place, Address, Country, Notes
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Memory Pictures v1.05. This update includes changing in the underlying framework.
We are pleased to announce the release of Memory Pictures v1.01. This update brings about docking and pinning supports to the panels. In v1.0, all the panels are fixed and can only be resized but in this update, you can undock and pin all the panels except the Map Viewer.
Currently, the undocking of the map viewer would cause a crash and it’s not something we want. So for now, the map viewer stays fix. However, if you pin or undock the other panels, the map viewer will expand. You can also zoom into the location if you want to be able to have a more close up view of the place.
Pics can be acronyms for many things although it basically is short for Pictures. However to prevent any misunderstanding, we thought a name change would be in order. Especially so at this early stage.
The other thing is that we secured a domain name for it at https://www.memory.pictures . At the moment, the website is still under-construction and we should have something up within the week. We want Memory Pictures to be more than just another application that we created but rather a stepping stone to something greater. It is something we are really passionate about.