Aeon Timeline Version 0.8.4

Aeon Timeline Version 0.8.4 has just been released.

This release is updated to fix some bugs with saving tags, and a bug that can cause a crash during synchronisation.

You should read the post on 0.8.0 to find out about the many, many significant changes that have been added for version 0.8.

Follow the link for upgrade information.

Aeon Timeline supports automatic updates, which means you will be notified whenever an update is available, and able to download it directly within the program. If the program does not alert you automatically, you can choose ‘Check for Updates…’ from the Aeon Timeline menu.

Alternatively, you can download the latest version of the application by clicking on the Latest Version link at the top of the Blog page. The last beta was downloaded more than 500 times, and I hope even more users will test out this latest version. If you know other users who may be interested in the program and the direction the program is taking, please encourage them to take a look.

1 thought on “Aeon Timeline Version 0.8.4

  1. Thanks for the wonderful new layout and improvements. Am testing 0.8 (04) now.

    One thing i am missing (dunno if that is a bug) in Aeon is an “end date” for “time span” entities. Characters have them, why not “time spans”?

    I also miss a special way to visualize those time spans on the screen. It would seem very strange to have a “time span entity” line go on on the screen after the time span has ended – which makes me think a separate line is not very accurate representation for a “time span”: highlighting the period concerned in both arcs and entities parts, instead of drawing a line in the entities part, might be the solution.

    Also, the new layout is beautiful but the font very small and thin (thicker would be good to make it more readable in its colored box). => A font size (and may be font choice) option seems very necessary, as right now entities are as unreadable as ICal events under MacOS 10.5.

    Might have more remarks later after testing the Scrivener export, but
    keep up the good work, this is getting more awesome each time.

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