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PowerShell Studio 2015: Service Release v4.2.94 and Projects with Folders

Monday, September 21st, 2015 by David Corrales
We released a new service build for PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.94). Here's what's new: Folder Support in Projects PowerShell Studio 2015 projects now support folders. The project folders reflect the folder structure of the project files. Therefore if you previously organized your project files in folders within the project's directory, those folders will automatically be displayed in the Project Panel once the project is loaded. Using folders within projects makes it easier to organize projects with large amounts of files. With the new folder feature, you can now place your module help files in respective language specific folders: Important: Once…   More »

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 3: Cached and dynamic data lists)

Thursday, September 17th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. In the first part of this series we showed you how to create a simple list and what options you have for providing data for these lists. In the second part we showed you how to make these lists multi-select and how to add images to your items. If you missed the previous posts, click here for part 1 and here for part 2. Some if the information you want to display in a PrimalSense list is not static. It can change dynamically from…   More »

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 2: Images and multiple selection)

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. In the first part of this series we showed you how to create a simple list and what options you have for providing data for these lists. If you missed the post, click here. If your list has just a single type of items an image is not really necessary, but if you have different types, it would be nice to give these items a visual distinction. Let’s take a look at the ‘machines’ example that gets installed with PrimalScript. We have different icons…   More »

PrimalScript adds Custom PrimalSense (Part 1: Basic lists and static data)

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the latest service build (7.1.67) of PrimalScript 2015 we introduced a new feature; custom PrimalSense. While many items in a script can be determined dynamically based on context and offered as a selection in a list, there are equally as many items that are tied to your specific environment or your business logic. There is simply no way we can foresee these items and offer them as you need them. What we can do however, is to enable you to customize PrimalSense and create your own lists, based on your needs and your environment. Invoking these custom lists is…   More »

VersionRecall adds file locks

Thursday, August 20th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
Source control systems usually operate in one of two ways: Check-in and check-out or with a concurrent submit. Check-in and check-out makes it easy to coordinate access to files in a project by team members. While a file is checked out, no one else can can submit a modification to that file until that particular team member checks it back in. Anyone who used our ChangeVue product, Microsoft SourceSafe or Microsoft Team Foundation Server is familiar with this type of system. VersionRecall operates with just a simple submit at any time. If you have conflicts between versions submitted by…   More »

PowerShell Studio 2015: Service Release v4.2.92

Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 by David Corrales
We released a new service release for PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.92). Here’s what’s new: Memory Improvements In this build we improved PowerShell Studio’s file memory usage. Larger files should now load faster and use up less memory than in previous builds of the product.   Rename Controls: We added a “Rename” command to the GUI designer’s context menu: When clicked, the command will take you directly to the name property in the Properties Panel: Then you simply begin typing in the new name for the control, without any unnecessary mouse clicks.   Refresh Help: We added a “Refresh Help” command…   More »

SAPIEN Update service bulletin

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
Recently we introduced a new SAPIEN software update tool, which makes it easier to directly download and install SAPIEN software updates. The tool also updates itself when there is a newer version of the update tool. Unfortunately on some machines that may have caused that process to get stuck, because the file may now be owned be an elevated admin and can no longer be overwritten without elevation. So if you have not seen any new updates to our software recently, you may have to launch the update tool manually with elevation. You only have to do this once, do…   More »

What’s new for PrimalPad 2015?

Monday, April 20th, 2015 by Alex Riedel
PrimalPad has been a favorite “keep on your flash drive” tool for many users. The 2015 version has seen some little cosmetic changes in the ribbon layout. We have moved some functionality like window management, SAPIEN Tools and check for updates to the “Tools” tab to make more room for user tools on the home tab. You may also notice that there are some additional options in the “View” panel for viewing whitespace characters and expanding or collapsing regions and code elements. The code folding support in general is much improved over previous versions, due to a new generation of…   More »

WMI Explorer 2014 Service build 2.0.47

Friday, October 17th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
Our WMI Explorer 2014 gets a minor update with build 2.0.47. The new Server dialog lets you edit settings after the fact, for example when the password changes. You may notice the new “Root” field in the settings dialog, which is now also present in the initial dialog when connecting to a new computer. If you are only interested in a particular  namespace on a server or, even more important, if you only have permissions to a specific namespace and have no access to ‘root’ then this is what you need. All namespaces specifications have to start with ‘\root’, so…   More »

PrimalScript 2014 Service build 7.0.49

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
We do not always blog about service builds. But when we do, it is important. Code responsibly. PrimalScript 2014 has some new features in the MSI builder you want to check out. First of all you can now control the specific minimum version of PowerShell required. If an older version is present, a message box will inform the user and the install is aborted. You see PowerShell V5 there in preparation for its release, but please note that V5 is not released and not supported. You should not ever use pre-release software in a production environment. The second new feature…   More »