Vvidget: Release 10.5.7 Improves Reliability
July 31, 2008
VVI today announced the release of Vvidget version 10.5.7 which improves
existing features. Notable improvements for this version include:
– Faster: This version of Vvidget is compiled with the latest toolset.
Using the best toolset makes Vvidget faster and enables additional
– Cursor Information: Vvidget Builder provides instant feedback on cursor
modes via the Cursor Information feature. This has been made more robust
and works better for palettes, edit modes, and all other cursor related
– 3D Graphs: Fixed a bug that could theoretically cause Vvidget to crash
while making a 3D graph. Although this bug has never been reported by users
there is a possibility that previous versions could be prone to it.
– Parser Editor: Fixed a bug that could cause the parser editor to crash.
– Table Editing: Tabbing through table cells now works better, thus data
can be manually inserted more efficiently.
VVI recommends that all Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) based users upgrade to this
latest version as soon as possible with a free upgrade from previous
versions on the same platform. Users are encouraged to report any bug or
deficiency to email@example.com.
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About Vvidget: Tens of thousands of Mac users have downloaded Vvidget,
making it one of the most popular point-and-click graphing solutions for
Mac OS X. That same software is used to automate graphs for desktop
applications, dashboard widgets and web sites. Vvidget has been used for
years by Mac independent software vendors, corporate developers and
technical professionals because it is easy to use, integrates seamlessly
with the application development tools provided with Mac OS X, is widely
available with free download of the base system and can be combined and
redistributed with developer’s own applications.
About VVI: VVI is a privately held corporation founded in 1989. VVI’s
customers are world-leading companies in the banking, biotechnology,
chemical, financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical industries.
Systems that VVI helped build have been operational for years and at this
time are monitoring billions of dollars worth of products in real time and
on a global scale. These systems are, in part, based on VVI’s Vvidget Pro
and Peer Visual products.