VERSION 2.19.8

Download link

For a windows install use the following link:-

https://www.sailwave.com/download/sailwave/sw2_19_8.exe

For a use as a portable app which can be used on a USB memory stick, please download version 2.9.7 below.

Note: If you are re-installing Sailwave, all files and folders in the install directory are removed prior to installation.  Please make backups as needed.  Under normal circumstances this is not necessary – you should never need to change or add files in the Sailwave install directory.

Changes

Changes since the previous release (2.19.4) includes the following:-

  • Fix an issue where average points are being calculated and the competitor has no place or time entered.  Issue was a result of a fix in 2.19.1 for negative corrected time in PHRF.  (Negative corrected times will be addressed in a later release)
  • Limit SCP to maximum of DNF for the case of percentage using biggest start in any race.
  • Enhancements to Effects (scripts) so that it is no longer necessary to load jQuery explicitly and dependencies can be auto loaded.
  • Help buttons on the Publish wizard for Styles and Effects which take you to the Sailwave website and the libraries.
  • Some cosmetic improvements – mostly noticeable under Window 10.

Please let me have any feedback and request so that we can continue to improve Sailwave jon@sailwave.com.

5 thoughts on “VERSION 2.19.8”

  1. Hi Graham – You can run it fine on Linux using Wine. 2.19.4 was tested on Linux by Huw and others, so I see no reason why 2.19.8 won’t work.
    Jon

  2. I have not tested version 2-19-8 but have tested 2-19-6 and see no reason why 2-19-8 will not run on Linux. The two Linux distributions I have tested 2-19-6 with are:
    – openSUSE 13.2 “Tumbleweed” the rolling distribution with WINE 1.7.47
    – Linux Mint 17.2 “Rafaela” with WINE 1.6.2
    Both systems were up to date with all latest updates.
    Huw

  3. Sorry you can’t run it on an iPad directly. You can view the results on an iPad though. For full details please see the FAQ on this site describing on which operating systems this will run.

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