Welcome to the homepage of KnowBrainer 2023 Development!
If you got here, you have received my message giving you the login details, so I won’t really have to introduce myself or the project. Thanks for your interest and potential participation.
More content explaining the details will certainly be added here in the future, but for now, this page can and should always be referred to if a new product update is available. The link to the latest installer, along with some notes, will always be at the top of the Release History section below.
Meanwhile, feel free to post comments here or via email. You may also scroll down to the comments section for more information and details.
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Fix Begin Timestamp bug in “Release Grammars”. Priority: Very high
Fixed 03/16/2022, will be part of the next update.
Add Enable/Disable executable to the start menu. Priority: High
Added 03/29/2022, will be part of the next update.
Add commands created by user facilities via the UI. Priority: High
Added and finished 05/20/2022, see update to 1.0.10060
- Add natspeak.exe process monitoring facilities. Priority: Medium
- Add logging and writing to a logfile in the background. Priority: Medium
>>> NEW VERSION 1.0.10061, 05/21/2022: Setup File (MSI) <<<
This will probably be the last chapter of the “Testing Driver”, before moving on to the more advanced “Prototype”. The main characteristic of this version being the implementation of list management, which was the final piece in working out the fundamentals that are required to provide a fully functional custom command interface.
A short demo video will be provided and announced in this place soon.
+++ KnowBrainer 2023 Testing, Ver. 1.0.10046, 04/19/2022: Setup File (MSI)
— A few minor UI changes, fixed some glitches in “Enable KnowBrainer”.
— BREAKING CHANGES:
“Demo …” has been replaced for “Test …”.
Creating and loading commands and activating commands have been separated from each other, which was a prerequisite for:
Commands can now be activated/deactivated on-the-fly, thus allowing for defining commands as application-specific and/or window-specific. This has been implemented in two ways at this stage.
(1) The built-in commands are now activated/deactivated according to the current state of the KnowBrainer window. If the window is hidden, the only available command is “Show KnowBrainer”. If the window is showing, all commands are available except for “Show KnowBrainer”.
(2) When loading any amount of commands from the file menu, the first half of the commands are activated globally, the next quarter of the commands are activated application-specific for DragonPad, and the last quarter of the commands are activated window-specific for the “Font” dialogue in DragonPad.
The image at the top of this page has been updated showing the new design.
Password-Protection has been removed.
++ KnowBrainer 2023 Testing, Ver. 1.0.10030, 03/29/2022: Setup File (MSI)
Notes: First update, a few cosmetic changes, and a little more functionality
— Fixed the beginning time stamp bug in “Release Grammars”
— Added stand-alone “Enable KnowBrainer” executable
— Added built-in commands to drive the KB window
++ KnowBrainer 2023 Testing, Ver. 1.0.10020, 03/15/2022: Setup File (MSI)
Notes: Initial release