Game (unknown title): After finishing the first draft of the menu and UI usability tests we continue to work on level 2 including beautiful lighting and effects. Btw: We're using Unity to develop the game.
Game (unknown title): We just finished the first level of the game to come. It looks amazing. Lighting, particle effects and shadows are in place. We'll show you some images as soon as we finish the intro video. Next step: Menu and user interaction
VerbTeX (Android, 3.4.3): * Better external keyboard support: Hotkeys in editor (ctrl+s: save, ctrl+g: generate PDF, ctrl+n: new document, ctrl+d: delete document, ctrl+.: next document, ctrl+,: previous document) * Bugfixes: Fix potential crash of app when opening .tex file from an external app that does not fully support file extensions
We're currently making big progress in creating a professional intro video for the game (we reached the first milestone (2 of 5) last week. The artwork is done by an art designer. Stay tuned, this will be awesome.
Additionally, we're currently bugfixing and fine tuning the first level.
Next milestone: Complete first (training) level and add basic menu
Anoc (Android, 2.1.1): * Associated .m file type with the app: It’s possible to open any .m file from any external application (e.g. file manager) and jump directly into the editor. Existing Octave projects are automatically recognised. * Better external keyboard support: Hotkeys in editor (ctrl+s: save, ctrl+g: generate result, ctrl+n: new document, ctrl+d: delete document, ctrl+.: next document)
We're currently working on a large bugfix and improvement release for our LaTeX Editor VerbTeX and Octave Editor Anoc.
- Better external keyboard support: Android: Add hotkeys iOS: Add hotkeys, fix bug that shows only half of the screen as editable area when external keyboard is attached and input accessory is enabled
- Bugfixes: Android: Fix potential crash of app when opening .tex file from an external app that does not fully support file extensions iOS: Check if documents are loadable as UTF-8 text and show an error if it is not loadable
Verbosus offers apps, games and services for the science community. Provided services include browser based LaTeX and Octave editors as well as editors for mobile devices like Android called VerbTeX and Anoc.