It’s finally here!
Hooray! Lynx for Windows is here! I am very pleased with the finished product. You can draw lines, rectangles, and ellipses. I have probably spent around 4 or 5 hours working on it, so I hope that you will enjoy it.
Before I finish writing this, I would like to mention that, unfortunately, the save option doesn’t work on Windows XP. It is supposed to open up the snipping tool, but Windows XP doesn’t have the snipping tool. If you want to save your work, here’s what you can do.
Anyways, I hope you enjoy Lynx. Have fun!
Some exciting news...
Yesterday, I talked about Lynx, a Scratch project I am working on. In that post, I mentioned that I might turn Lynx into a program for Windows. Good news! I’m making Lynx a program for Windows.
Lately, I’ve been working on a program on Scratch called Lynx. It uses math to draw pictures. I think that this project has a lot of potential, and I may try turning it into a program for Windows.
Satin Web 8 will be released in the next hour. It doesn't have any major new features, but many changes have been made to make the program look and feel nicer.
Hello again! Welcome back to the Tectra Weekly Update! This will be a fairly short update, as there isn't a whole lot of new stuff going on at Tectra. Continue reading to learn about the latest developments with Satin Web.
What happened to Satin Web 5?
Hey there! We have just released Satin Web 6. But wait, didn't we just release Satin Web 5? Yes, we released Satin Web 5 less than 24 hours ago. However, we had to release Satin Web 6 sooner than anticipated because of an annoying bug. Thankfully, Satin Web 6 has fixed this bug.
It's finally here!
I am very happy to announce that Satin Web 5 is available for download! This has been a very time consuming project, as I had to fix a whole lot of bugs. Thankfully, Satin Web 5 is much more stable than Satin Web 4, with only one known bug. This will be fixed with Satin Web 6, which will mainly be a bug fix update. Expect to see version 6 in the next few days.
Time for an office!
When I started Tectra, having an office seemed rather pointless. I could just sit down at my desk and work. However, it seems that having an office for Tectra may be useful after all.
Welcome to the Tectra Weekly Update!
When I created the Tectra blog, I was hoping to use it as a way to share what’s new at Tectra. Every Wednesday, I will be posting about the latest and greatest things going on at Tectra.
Nick has officially resigned.
Nick has officially resigned from Tectra, due to lack of interest in what we are working on.
The Tectra Blog is where Tectra owner and programmer John Spahr shares what he creates. He enjoys coding and spending time with his cats in his spare time.