PL Table History
Version history for PL Table shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Feb 20, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 4.50 updated on Sep 28, 2010
Minor changes and improvements.
v 4.41 updated on Dec 21, 2009
The program now officially supports the Windows 7 operating system. The interface has been optimized for the Microsoft Windows Classic theme. All interface items are now displayed correctly in this theme.
v 4.40 updated on Apr 10, 2009
Enhanced and more user-friendly interface. Windows Aero effects are now supported under Windows Vista and later operating systems. The new version of the compiler has been used for program compilation. Fixed small visual bugs in table rendering.
v 4.30 updated on Nov 28, 2007
Support for Windows Vista. Now the periodic table is displayed faster. PL Table remembers the sizes of all its windows after you resize them. Now it is more convenient to enter chemical equations and substances nthe chemical reaction balancing mode and in the Chemical Calculator. Fixed bugs.
v 4.2 updated on Jun 15, 2006
Improved algorithm of periodic table image rendering. Now it works even faster; a new style of the periodic table was added; bugs fixed.
v 4.1 updated on Apr 26, 2006
Diagram building feature improved. Improvements to the interface. Fixed visual bugs.
v 4.0 updated on Feb 20, 2006
* Chemical reaction balancing was enhanced. Now PL Table balances any chemical equations instantly. * New user-friendly interface. * Now any number of multiple parentheses can de used in the chemical equation. * The metal activity series display was improved. Now it is possible to view chemical reactivity with hydrogen-ion sources in this window. * Periodic system's full screen view was added. Simply press F11 or use the menu selection. * Temperature scale conversion tool was updated. * Now the user can add and/or modify data directly in PL Table, no need to download additional utilities for this. * Added descriptions for each type of crystal structure. * New periodic system styles editor was added, so you can change the periodic system view (font, color, etc). * Other minor changes and improvements.
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