Acquasys RetroActive History

Version history for Acquasys RetroActive shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Apr 01, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 2.1
Size: 1540KB
OS: Win
Description:   Acquasys RetroActive is a powerful journal / diary application for Pocket PC devices that synchronizes data with Outlook Journal and provides many other features, like full Blogger synchronization.

v 2.1 updated on Oct 29, 2007

New: Entries can now be sent by e-mail (WM 5.0 only) New: Auto-journaling for incoming and outgoing calls (WM 5.0 Phones only) New: Journal Reminder (WM 5.0 only) New: Bar/Line Charts: "Number of Entries", "Importance x Impact", "Duration" and "Cost" according to the active filter, by month or year New: Desktop Entry Form (accessible from RetroActiveSync) New: Auto-reduction for picture attachments (optional) New: Voice notes can be played automatically when an entry is open New: Incomplete entries can be marked as "drafts" for further editing, and are synchronized as drafts in Improved: Voice recording is now a separated menu function, and voice notes are handled as .WAV attachments (multiple recordings are allowed) Improved: Notification led now blinks when entry timer is in use or when a voice recording is in progress Improved: Report and Export functionalities were merged into a single operation, based on fully customizable templates (HTML, CSV and XML templates are provided) Improved: Localization of "Time" field Improved: Journal password is now required for synchronization Improved: RetroActiveSync now checks if RetroActive is running, to avoid data conflicts Improved: Minor layout changes Removed: Notes tab was removed for simplicity and memory optimization (notes can still be used as .PWI attachments) Fixed: "Favorite" attribute now properly synchronized with Outlook Fixed: Bug saving attachments Fixed: Bug creating entry from voice note Fixed: Program crashes when exiting from password screen Fixed: Inconsistent behavior editing entries added from Quick Entry form Fixed: Other minor bugs

v 1.4 updated on Jul 11, 2006

New: Predecessor (story) links are now synchronized with Outlook New: Optional random entry display at startup New: User's blog can be launched directly from RetroActiveSync Improved: Blogger synchronization test

v 1.2 updated on May 02, 2006

New: Main screen shows time elapsed from your birth date until the selected date New: A picture dialog is now used for image selection (WM 5.0 only) New: Attachments can now be saved as files New: Lock journal command (main menu) Fixed: Synchronization issue with linked attachments Fixed: Minor layout issues

v 1.1 updated on Apr 01, 2006

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