Archive for the ‘PrimalScript Studio’ Category


PowerShell Studio 2015: Service Release v4.2.90

Thursday, August 6th, 2015 by David Corrales
We released a new service release for PowerShell Studio 2015 (v4.2.90). Here’s what’s new:   Updated Editor Themes We updated the editor’s themes including the default, so be sure to apply the new PowerShell Studio theme after updating. These themes take into account the new additions to the syntax coloring (see below).   For those who don’t like change, we included a PowerShell Studio (Classic) Theme, so that you can revert to the classic look of PowerShell Studio. Improved Syntax Color We improved the syntax coloring in PowerShell Studio to give you more control over the coloring of your scripts.…   More »

I already have the ISE, do I need… ?

Monday, May 5th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio or any other tool in the PowerShell universe you can think of? We get this question a lot, so I thought I’d give you a few highlights. First and foremost, this is not a game of ISE or not. The ISE is an important tool for your everyday work and you should be as familiar with it as you can. It is a far better shell then ye olde DOS style CLI (Command Line Interface) and your ideal place for shooting off cmdlets to computers near and far. It is also not a bad tool to write…   More »

Uncle SAPIEN Wants You!

Monday, January 28th, 2013 by Robert Morey
To register your license key, that is. Did you purchase a license for our software, perhaps years and years ago, and never register it in your MySAPIEN account? You should, and there are some very valid and important reasons for doing so. If you don’t register your license, we probably do not know how to reach you. On occasion, we make application-specific announcements and offer deals on upgrades that only go to those whose products are registered. Also, when you log into your MySAPIEN account, you can see what the most recent version of the application is as well…   More »

PowerShell Studio: New Form Template

Thursday, November 1st, 2012 by David Corrales
In the (v3.1.9) service release we introduced a new form template called: Wizard Template. This template simulates an application wizard by utilizing a TabControl to represent the various pages of the wizard. The template also includes navigation buttons that enable and disable depending on the current position and if the controls validate.   Each tab page has a sample input that must either be entered or checked in order to proceed. For example, tab page “Step 1” has a textbox that must have information entered before proceeding: Before Entering Text: The Next button is disabled.   After Entering Text: The…   More »

Where did the PrimalScript 2011 Studio download go?

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
Some of you have already noticed that the download for PrimalScript 2011 Studio is no longer available from our download pages and your account page on MySAPIEN. Instead, registered PrimalScript Studio and Universal users see downloads for the individual components of PrimalScript Studio, namely PrimalScript 2011, PrimalForms 2011, PrimalSQL 2011, PrimalXML 2011 and soon ChangeVue 2011. We have decided to no longer use a combined Studio installer because: We can now release service builds for individual applications without waiting for a PrimalScript service build. Users do not have to download the entire package if only one component has changed. Many…   More »

PrimalScript 2011 Studio: Pre-release by popular demand

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 by Alex Riedel
Many of you have PrimalScript 2009 Studio and asked if you can upgrade right now even though ChangeVue 2011 is not ready yet. We heard your pleas and released PrimalScript 2011 Studio sans ChangeVue. So if you have a prior license with Upgrade Assurance, head over to MySAPIEN and exchange your key now. If you don't have Upgrade Assurance you can purchase the upgrade now and get ChangeVue 2011 when it is released. To purchase the upgrade head on over to our store now: If you didn't have a prior copy you can purchase one here: As always,…   More »