Here you’ll find all releases of Demyo published until now.
About The highlights for Demyo 3.0 are: The UI has been completely rewritten. It’s much more dynamic, displays more information on connected entries (e.g. you can now see the derivatives on the series page) and gives more importance to the images that you associate with your collection. It’s also easier to navigate It’s possible to […]
Demyo 2.1 brings support for additional readers, favourites, a reading list and drag-and-drop image addition.
Continue reading "Demyo “Lâthy” (2.1)"
Demyo 2.0 is a full rewrite of Demyo. It's faster to run, easier to use, and has better looks...
Continue reading "Demyo “Malikaï” (2.0)"
This release brings a list of albums by cover, a powerful search, better rich text editing, a printable view, as well as the usual bug fixes, minor improvements and visual updates.
Continue reading "Demyo “Kalish” (1.5)"
This release offers a way to manage price histories, more useful tags, as well as the usual bug fixes, minor improvements and visual updates.
Continue reading "Demyo “Hollister” (1.4)"
This release fixes a bug that might prevent parts of the collection from being saved properly.
Continue reading "Demyo “Blaze” (1.3.6)"
While primarily a bugfix release, Demyo 1.3.5 brings an easy installer for Windows and Linux.
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The main concern for this release has been to increase performance. The software is on average 2.3 times faster, now.
Other new features include putting albums in a wishlist and keyboard navigation.
Continue reading "Demyo “Blaze” (1.3)"
With a new theme and usability tweaks, this release is close to 1.1 in term of features but feels less clunky.
Contrarily to 1.1, this release is not intended as a preview. It should be stable enough for anyone to use.
Continue reading "Demyo “Gouals” (1.2)"
First public release.
Essentially the same features as version 1.0, but with more recent libraries, less bugs and a few usability tweaks.
This release is intended as a preview release: no major bugs were left behind but it still lacks eyecandy and has a few usability issues.
Continue reading "Demyo “Warren” (1.1)"
Continue reading "Demyo 1.0"