Comapping is now 2.0!

We have quite a milestone here at Comapping – we decided to call our new version that is currently on production ‘Comapping 2.0’. We’ve done it for a number of reasons:

  • Comapping Desktop version is now 100% officially not BETA: it is now a commercially signed Adobe AIR application leading to a lot better user experience when installing and update the application.
  • This is the last version before our pricing changes as announced in the separate post.

Additionally, we have a small batch of new features available now:

  • Full-screen mode (check the Advanced tab) allows for using as much of your screen as possible for map navigation
  • Map publishing in your blogs has been improved a little to allow users search inside published maps and authors to specify width and height of the map to publish

However, 2.0 doesn’t mean we’re all done – we have one major new feature coming out the next couple of weeks, and more are in the works. So as usual – stay tuned!

One Response

  1. I was looking for the keyboard shortcut for advancing the completion state (0-25%-50%-75%-done) as I thought there was one. Nothing on the rollover, so I tried every keyboard press and discovered Ctrl-L! What the …?

    Well, looks like you have the “Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy” in there… this lead me to start reading more about it. Very very interesting. What are your thoughts regarding applying this to comapping? I’d love to take a shot at applying this to my comapping more, thanks

    Gary

    ps. and what is that keyboard shortcut for advancing completion anyway ? :o)

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