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LogFusion 1.0 Released!

December 2, 2010

Do you need to monitor log files from a server process, or watch debug output from an application? Do you need a program that can do this quickly, with powerful features that make it easier? I'd like to introduce you to LogFusion! LogFusion is a powerful log monitoring tool that makes parsing your logs easy. Take advantage of LogFusion's Row Highlighting and Text Filtering features to quickly filter your log and only show the relevant lines you are looking for. Use the Custom Columns feature to let LogFusion parse and split your logs into separate columns for easier reading. Just like the popular 'tail' program in Linux/Unix, LogFusion can also auto-scroll and always show you the newest lines in your log files in real-time.

LogFusion can load any text logs, including web server logs, developer debug logs and any other text that is outputted to a file. LogFusion can also read Event Logs in real-time, and can even use it's powerful Text Filtering and Row Highlighting features to help you find specific items.

LogFusion: Event Log Highlighting

Head over to the LogFusion website for more information, and grab this free download today!

FileSeek 2.0.4 Released!

November 30, 2010

FileSeek 2.0.4 has been released, and is ready for download! This new version changes a few small things. The "Query" field is now focused after a search is complete so you can easily type in a new query string and search again. In an effort to help you find the files you are looking for, the date filter can now be toggled between "Date Created" and "Date Modified". Previously, this only filtered on "Date Modified".

I would encourage everyone using FileSeek to download the new version today to take advantage of these new features. Thanks everyone!

TrayStatus 1.2.1 Released!

November 30, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of TrayStatus 1.2.1! This new version is a small update that adds support for showing the status of the Windows key, as well as lowering CPU usage. If you have a notebook or keyboard without a NumLock or CapsLock indicator, or a computer without a hard drive activity LED, then TrayStatus is for you. TrayStatus can show you the following information in your taskbar's notification area (system tray):

  • Num Lock status
  • Caps Lock status
  • Scroll Lock status
  • Alt key status
  • Ctrl key status
  • Shift key status
  • Windows key status
  • Hard Drive activity (read or write) with current speed in a tooltip

You can download this new version from the TrayStatus Download page.

Celebrate and Save 33% off DisplayFusion!

October 3, 2010

This past week has been a busy week in my family's life. We enjoyed the arrival of our 3rd daughter, Lotus Tackabury. Join in our celebration this week by saving 33% off any DisplayFusion purchase from now until Saturday, October 9th at midnight (GMT-5)! Visit the DisplayFusion Purchase page to see how much you can save on your purchase this week. This discount applies to any licenses purchased, including multi-license purchases, personal home licenses and site licenses. Any site licenses that are quoted during the sale will be quoted at 33% off, and the quote will be honoured for up to 45 days. Here are some sample prices for different license quantities:

What does baby Lotus think of all this?

Baby Lotus Loves DisplayFusion!

If you have been waiting for a good time to pickup some DisplayFusion licenses, now is your chance. You can buy 5 licenses at just $10.05 each, for a total of $50.25. That's only $50 for 5 licenses! This sale ends Saturday, October 9th at midnight (GMT-5) so don't delay!

Update: This sale is now over. Thanks to everyone who supported DisplayFusion by purchasing a license!

DisplayFusion 3.2 Released!

September 20, 2010

DisplayFusion 3.2 has been released! This is a hefty update, filled with tons of new features and a handful of bug fixes. Version 3.2 was built using community feedback (from the forums and email), and was tested extensively by the community for over 2 months. The result is one of the most stable and feature-packed releases yet! Here is just a taste of the new features in this release:

  • Taskbars can now show a clock
  • Multi-Monitor Screen Savers are now supported
  • Added more Window Snapping options (snap mode, snap key modifier... etc)
  • Window application edges are now lined up (if close enough) when snapping
  • Wallpaper Profiles are now supported
  • Flickr random image loader will now select from the newest 500 images, not the newest 100
  • Added an Advanced Setting called "Wallpaper: Run Program After Wallpaper Change" to run an external program after each wallpaper change (like BGInfo)
  • Added a "Move window to specified location" HotKey (custom) and TitleBar Button
  • Added a "Toggle Window Transparency" HotKey and TitleBar Button
  • Added a "Backup Settings" button to the Troubleshooting tab in the Settings window for generating a .REG file backup
  • Added the ability for system Administrators to set certain settings, look in the FAQ
  • Fixed some font scaling issues at lower scales (110%)
  • Fixed some localization issues in the Settings window

To see the complete list of changes, please visit the DisplayFusion Change Log. As always, I would encourage everyone to update to this new version today. If you run into any issues, please visit the DisplayFusion Support page to see all of the different support options available. Thanks everyone!

ClipboardFusion 2.0.4 Released!

September 8, 2010

I am very happy to announce the release of ClipboardFusion 2.0.4! This new release is a small bug-fix release, and doesn't add any significant new features. The first bug that was tackled was an intermittent stability issue, which should now be cleared up. The second issue was a complete re-working of all the windows in ClipboardFusion to make them friendly for people running higher DPI (font scaling) settings in Windows. ClipboardFusion now correctly scales all of it's own windows and controls. If ClipboardFusion detects that the window won't fit on the screen after being scaled it will disable scaling for that window so that none of the controls are cropped. This should help people running 125% scaling (or higher) with a resolution of 1024x768 or lower. Previously the bottom of the Settings window would be chopped off, making the window unusable. I always try to make an extra effort to make all of my applications as accessible to everyone as possible, and I'm sorry it took so long to get ClipboardFusion up to a higher standard. I would encourage everyone to update today, especially if you run higher DPI settings. Thanks everyone!

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