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tebird

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Jeff,

I was wondering if there is any new version of Promash coming in the future.  It has been years since an update has been made and though it is still great software and I use it all the time, I would like to know the future of the software.

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Tommy Bird
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To make a long story short, yes there will be a new version of ProMash coming in the future. Ther core internals are done, it's now a matter of putting all the new pieces into a complete, finished product.

While I don't have an exact timeline I'm hoping to have the new version (and a suite of new utilities) in alpha-beta testing within the next six months.

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tebird

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Thanks for the update Jeff.  I, for one, am very willing to wait.  I think the software is amazing.

Thanks again!

Tommy


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I hope you can pull it all together for an updated version. I have been using Promash since 1999, and lately have considered switching to another program, mostly because I do  no want to be left out in the cold with abandonware.

I still think Promash is one of the best programs out there, just needs a little facelift.
EBC

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Hi Jeff,

That is great news!

Do you need any support from your loyal users?
Do you need testing volunteers?
Critics?
Or...?

JD
CRbrews

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Thank you for finally updating Promash. I've used it since it came out. I've tried others and even now it's the best. Hope it will be a 64 bit version. Thanks again.
dirtdigr

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I would sure love to see a Linux version of ProMash.....deb preferably....
dukeofale

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If you need a beta/Alpha tester, I would be glad to help.  I have beta tested DOS 5 and 7, along with some Vibration Analysis software for a company I used to work for.  I currently have Windows XP pro and Windows 7 32 bit machines, and by the end of the year I hope to be building a 64 bit machine.

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Any progress on the new version?

jwtjr999

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ProMash version whatever-it-is-that-I-have still works for me as well as it ever did.  I do look forward to a new version though.  I still use ProMash, and as I have said before, I'll be the first in line to buy the new version.
dirtdigr

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ANY NEWS ON A NEW VERSION OF ProMash????? I'd love to see a Linux .deb version......
Jazman

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Promash works well under wine in linux i us it all the time that way
BillPierce

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Jeff, there are a lot of us ProMash users who are extremely loyal and would be overjoyed to see a new version.  I know your life has taken many turns in the past years, but if you could somehow see your way to finish and release it, perhaps good karma would come your way.  You should be very proud of the fact that in the eight years since the last update nothing has really eclipsed it in terms of features.  I don't know how many other developers can make that claim.

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I too would like to see a new version be released.  I was evaluating a competing software simply for the look and feel of the GUI and was shocked that in the last eight years it has been around and being developed while Promash development has been on hold, the competing software doesn't have provision for HLT calculations for water used.  I can't seem to duplicate my equipment setup that was so intuitive in Promash.  Another testament to Jeff's detail and attention towards Promash.

Are we close to the Alpha-Beta testing that was mentioned in April/11?

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dshepard

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Another long time user here (at least since August '99). I have tried using competitor's software and just can't get them work as well as ProMash. I have been using the current version on W-7 with no problems.

Looking forward to an updated version as long as the original ProMash "look and feel" is there.

Thanks!

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