Posts Tagged ‘PowerShell Studio 2012’


 

Service Release (3/6/14)

Thursday, March 6th, 2014 by David Corrales
    Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.162: UPD: Cache Builder to address issue with legacy snapins PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.30: FIX: Issue with source control showing incorrect statusFIX: Comment Length for checking in filesFIX: File encoding issueUPD: Improved Form building performanceUPD: Added Spotlight on the ToolTip article linkUPD: Cache Builder to address issue with legacy snapins   PrimalSQL 2012 v3.0.13 FIX: File Encoding Issue PrimalXML 2012 v3.0.16 FIX: File Encoding Issue…   More »

SAPIEN’s PowerShell Tools On Tour

Thursday, February 6th, 2014 by Ferdinand Rios
SAPIEN is taking the show on the road! Starting February 2014 and continuing through November 2014, SAPIEN will be talking about and demo-ing its new and updated PowerShell related tools around the globe. Our currently confirmed dates and locations are below: February 8 - PowerShell Saturday - Charlotte, NC February 10 - New York PowerShell User Group - New York, NY February 12 - Corpus Christi PowerShell User Group - Corpus Christi, TX March 15 - Dallas PowerShell User Group - Dallas, TX March 19 - Raleigh PowerShell Users Group - Raleigh, NC March 21 - NY Techstravaganza -…   More »

Service Release (1/22/14)

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 by David Corrales
Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.159: FIX: Crash cause by large tooltip text FIX: Pinned items on MRU list showing the incorrect pinFIX: CacheBuilder issue with snapins PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.29: FIX: Tooltip preventing users from clicking on text underneath in multi-line stringsFIX: CacheBuilder issue with snapins…   More »

Service Release (12/4/2013)

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 by David Corrales
Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.156: FIX: Crash when PowerShell strings are too long for internal buffer FIX: Snippet Editor overlap issue with higher DPI settings FIX: Console color issue with PowerShell 4.0 (Coloring now handled by OS) UPD: Document Explorer content updated for PowerShell 4.0 UPD: Minor changes and bug fixes. UPD: Compatibility changes for Windows 8.1   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.27: UPD: ScriptDriver config files UPD: Document Explorer content updated for PowerShell 4.0 FIX: Snippet Editor overlap issue with higher DPI settings FIX: ComboBox - US States Control set (Ohio Oklahoma) FIX: Console color issue with PowerShell…   More »

Service Release (9/23/2013)

Monday, September 23rd, 2013 by David Corrales
Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.150: FIX: PrimalSense for local powershell function displays parameters for another cmdletFIX: UTF-8 files without BOM not recognizedFIX: Parameter names not recognized/display incorrectly in some powershell scriptsFIX: Ribbon drawing problem when choosing from MRU list while ribbon is minimizedFIX: Problem inserting Winbatch snippets with comments   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.24: FIX: Function parsing issue with commentsUPD: Renamed Convert-ToDataTable snippet function to ConvertTo-DataTableUPD: Improved the performance of ConvertTo-DataTable. Now returns a value.UPD: Grid Search and Grid Form templatesUPD: Improved file loading speedsUPD: Removed delay in loading help for cmdletsUPD: Button - Run Job Control Set.…   More »

Service Release (8/12/2013)

Monday, August 12th, 2013 by David Corrales
Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.149: ADD: Support for PowerShell v4UPD: Other minor changes and fixes   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.22: ADD: Support for PowerShell v4ADD: TextBox - Watermark control setFIX: Incorrect shortcut key for Create Region in the editor’s context menuUPD: ProgressBarOverlap will now refresh when the text is changedUPD: Other minor changes and fixes…   More »

Sometimes, Summer School is a Good Thing

Monday, July 15th, 2013 by Robert Morey
Want to learn PowerShell? Let me rephrase that—you *need* to learn PowerShell—it’s not a question anymore. If you are a Microsoft software or network administrator of any sort, you need to know PowerShell and, if you haven’t started yet, we have the perfect suggestion for you. This summer, Concentrated Tech is offering two sessions of three classes each that “meet” online once per week  for three weeks. Taught by PowerShell expert and author Don Jones who, coincidentally, also wrote SAPIEN's PowerShell book and created some of SAPIEN’s training materials, each course will include presentations, Q&A, demonstrations, and even code reviews.…   More »

Service Release (6/24/2013)

Monday, June 24th, 2013 by David Corrales
Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.147: UPD: Minor bug fixes and enhancements   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.20 FIX: Issue with TableLayout controlFIX: Breakpoint at first line getting skippedFIX: Popup for File BrowserUPD: Multi-Form Project TemplateUPD: Minor bug fixes and enhancements   PrimalSQL 2012 v3.0.10 FIX: PrimalSense IssueUPD: Minor bug fixes and enhancements   PrimalXML 2012 v3.0.11UPD: Minor bug fixes and enhancements   ChangeVue v2.1.57 UPD: Minor bug fixes and enhancements…   More »

Service Release (5/15/2013)

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 by David Corrales
New versions of our SAPIEN Software are available. Registered users can download the latest service builds from MySAPIEN. Release Notes: PrimalScript 2012 v 6.5.145: ADD: Compare file button to the document tab context menuFIX: Packager $Commandline variable adding backticks to the double quotesFIX: Other minor fixes and enhancements   PowerShell Studio 2012 v3.1.19 FIX: Issue where & was converted to underscore in Watch and Variable PanelFIX: Tab title issue with &FIX: Debugging formatting issue when hover mouse over variableFIX: Issue with Charts & PowerShell V2 when the .NET 4.0 version was installedFIX: Packager $Commandline variable adding backticks to the double…   More »

Return from the PowerShell Summit

Monday, April 29th, 2013 by David Corrales
This week, I had the pleasure to speak and attend the inaugural PowerShell Summit. In my “GUI Toolmaking with PowerShell” session I covered how to create a GUI using PowerShell Studio 2012 and how to use some common controls. Even with an unwanted office agent’s help (Clippy-Don), the session was a success. (Pictures courtesy of Francois-Xavier Cat) (Start of the GUI Toolmaking Session) (Saving puppies with GUIs) (Mike Robbins being a good sport as my model) I also demonstrated the many features of PowerShell Studio and discussed the future of SAPIEN Products during the lunch break. (Demonstrating SAPIEN PowerShell Products)…   More »