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Gaucho Web Redesign

Well, the latest Gaucho Software website design has been posted. I think it looks a lot better than the old site…definitely worth all the effort.

Gaucho Software Website

Seasonality 1.0.1 is nearing release. It’s mostly a bunch of bug fixes, but there are a couple of new interface changes. The big interface change is with the graph view. Previously that interface was all coded in OpenGL (back when Seasonality was going to be a screensaver and not a full application). However, some users started reporting problems where text wasn’t being displayed in the view (on machines with less than 16Mb of VRAM, I’m thinking it was running out of texture memory or something), so I decided to rewrite it in Quartz. It ended up making the graph look a lot nicer too because anti-aliasing is built-in (I never did get it working correctly in OpenGL), and it should be easier to maintain in the future. Anyway, look for a release sometime near the end of this week or early next week.

2 Comments

  1. Philippe Martin

    April 5, 2005 at 7:11 pm

    Looks great! And the logo is very nice. Well done, Mike! 🙂

    Just one suggestion: you should change the color of the links to match the new site’s colors better.

  2. Ahh, good catch. Just updated the link style now. Thanks Philippe.

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