Hello, everyone! PassLab for Android is pretty awesome, but there are always improvements to be made. As a result, I have released a new update for it. New features include improved password generation, a dark theme, and bug fixes. I have included a screenshot of the new dark theme below. I think it looks really nice!
Hi, everyone! Lately, I've been working on some of my old Windows programs that haven't been updated in a while. As a result, I have decided to release an update for QuickLinks. Version 1.1 doesn't add a ton of new features. Rather, it focuses on perfecting the current ones. Keep reading to learn more!
Greetings, everyone! Up until now, I have always viewed Cello Browser as being a pretty minor project. However, this has changed with the release of Cello Browser v1.5. This update introduces several exciting new features. Keep reading to learn more!
Hello, everyone. I am writing this short blog post to inform you that a small update for PDF Toolbox has been released. It is known as version 1.3.1. It fixes a few bugs and improves a few elements of the user interface. The changes in this update are minor, but important. You can download the latest version of PDF Toolbox here. Enjoy!
I'm just going to cut to the chase. Octua 16 is the biggest update that the program has ever seen. I have added countless features, fixed a ton of bugs, and have improved the user interface in a major way. In this post, I will go over all of the changes that I have made to Octua. (that I can remember) I think this is going to be pretty exciting!
Greetings, everyone! I have some good news... Lynx Go v1.1 is here! This update adds one huge new feature: the commands box. You can now track your drawing’s progress with this helpful tool! If you’ve ever used the online or Windows version of Lynx, you’ll know that the commands box is really cool. It’s awesome that you can now use it on mobile devices! As always, Lynx Go is available for download here.
Hello, everyone! I just released THRZ Finder for Wear OS. If you have wanted to find your target heart rate zone or maximum heart rate on your Wear OS smartwatch, now you can! If you want to check THRZ Finder out, click here. Enjoy!
Hello, everyone! This has been a busy week for Tectra! I released Lynx Go and PyCalc, both of which were pretty major projects. While this week isn’t looking quite as exciting, there are a lot of cool things coming up soon. Keep reading to learn more!
Hello, everyone! I have released an update for the online and Palm OS versions of THRZ Finder. This update makes both versions a lot simpler and easy to use. In other news, I have started development on a Wear OS version of THRZ Finder. You can expect to see it very soon. Until then, enjoy the new update for both versions of THRZ Finder!
Hello, everyone. I am deeply sorry about the launch issues with PyCalc. However, all has been fixed in version 1.1. You will need to install MathLib.prc first before you can install PyCalc.prc. Once again, I am extremely sorry about the problems. Thankfully, I have solved them. Thanks for reading, and enjoy version 1.1!
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.