|What's new in version 3.4.1 (Mar 5, 2013)|
|Pigtail end times now used for round 1 start times||
Previous versions of the program didn't take pigtail match end times into account for round 1 match earliest start times. Pigtail match winners now have their minimum rest accounted for on their round 1 bout cards.
|Improved ladder printouts and HTML||
Some combinations of scoring places and bracket sizes caused overwriting of the placer list. These have been addressed.
Testing of 3.4.0 uncovered some odd behavior when the True 2nd and 4th matches were requested, but could not be contested. These have been fixed in this version.
|What's new in version 3.4.0 (Feb 27, 2013)|
|Support for True 2nd and True 4th||
You can now configure each bracket to include True 2nd and True 4th place matches. These get populated only when needed.
|Improved ladder printouts and HTML||
The off ladder matches (e.g. 5th/6th, 7th/8th, True 2nd, and True 4th) are now always grouped at the bottom of printouts and displays.
|Better looking web pages||
The headings and tables available via Wi-Fi and via HTML export now include background colors and improved fonts for easier reading.
|What's new in version 3.3.1 (Feb 5, 2013)|
|Print weigh-in cards||
You can now print weigh-in cards (two per page) using the new "Print", "Registration cards..." menu option.
|Improved 'ladder for programs' printout||
We have increased the championship ladder area on printouts created via "Print", "Ladders for", "programs". The championship ladder now extends closer to the right edge of the page.
|What's new in version 3.3.0 (Feb 3, 2013)|
|Export WIAA compliant Placer and Team Score files||
We have updated the export placers and team scores (WIAA format) feature so that it generates compliant HTML. We have received notification that files from this version of the program can be successfully submitted to the state tournament.
|Import WIAA compliant Placer files||
We have updated the "Import previous tournament placers" feature to read WIAA compliant placer files. It continues to read TournamentSR formatted files as well.
|Better support for importing multiple placer files||
New controls have been added to the "Import previous tournament placers" window. These controls allow you to easily interleave seeds from multiple placers files. This makes creation of post-district tournaments very easy as you don't need to enter team or contestant names. The seeding can be done manually or automatically.
|What's new in version 3.2.0 (Jan 8, 2013)|
|Support for printers with multiple paper trays||
If your printer supports multiple paper trays (e.g. Epson WorkForce 7010), you can now specify which tray to use for each type of printout. Use the "Default" tray if your printer only has one tray.
|Configure the full ladder paper size||
You can now specify the "Full ladders for programs" paper size on the Print Configuration window. This is helpful when printing award brackets on large format paper.
|Full support for "Skipped" as a result||
You can now enter "Skipped" as the score for any match. This causes no advancement and no bonus points to be awarded. Use this with a larger bracket to allow a 1st round loser to re-enter the tournament in the consolation ladder instead of using pigtail matches.
|What's new in version 3.1.2 (Nov 22, 2012)|
|Internal updates only||
We are in the process of adding a series of new features to the program. This version includes internal changes in preparation for upcoming features.
|What's new in version 3.1.1 (Jul 31, 2012)|
|Contestant list fonts are remembered||
When you change the font used on contestant list printouts the changes are remembered. You no longer have to change the font each time print a contestant list.
|What's new in version 3.1.0 (Apr 1, 2012)|
|Placement matches can now tie||
You can select "Tie" as the result for placing matches (e.g. 3rd/4th). The program automatically averages the two placing points and awards them to both contestants. This option is also available in TableWorkerSR.
|Full support for BYEs must report||
This version fixes previous problems when you checked "Byes must report" on the Ladder/Misc. preferences window. Bye can now be entered as the score when appropriate. This option is also available in TableWorkerSR.
|Improved ladder displays and printouts||
This version properly displays and prints consolation placing matches for small bracket sizes. Previous versions could sometimes cut off the results of these matches.
|Include seed values on ladders||
You can now include the seeding number on ladder displays and printouts. The seed (e.g. "#1" for the first seed) appears prior to the contestant name in the first round.
|Web server on/off can be toggled from the File menu||
The web server option under the File menu now toggles between on and off. This is helpful when the WiFi router stops working for any reason (e.g. power loss). Rather than reloading the tournament file, you can now just turn off the web server and turn it back on.
|What's new in version 3.0.0 (Dec 31, 2011)|
|Rewritten Quick Start Guide||
The Quick Start Guide has been completely rewritten to better walk you through using the program. Even experienced users should find the new guide informative.
|Post your tournament on the Internet||
This version supports uploading your tournament data to our server which then displays it for everyone to see. Upload can be done periodically and on-demand. Our server will accept uploads in the near future.
|New single elimination ladder options||
We now support a 3rd/4th place match for single elimination ladders. We have also added 4 new team scoring options for single elimination tournaments.
|Include pigtail matches in HTML results||
You can now include the pigtail matches at the bottom of the HTML results file.
|Specify the reason why a contestant withdraws||
You can now specify if a wrestler withdraws due to injury or forfeit. The program also enforces the NFHS rule which requires no team placing points be awarded to a wrestler that forfeits his/her final match.
|What's new in version 2.6.0 (Oct 23, 2011)|
|Directly print result labels for award brackets||
The program can now print result labels for award brackets without first exporting them. We support label template types 5366 and 5260 via the "Print", "Print result labels..." menu. Let us know if you need other label types supported.
|New versions of AnnouncerSR and TableWorkerSR||
The support programs have been updated with bug fixes and enhancements. TableWorkerSR now allows match score entry from the keyboard as well as the on-screen buttons.
|What's new in version 2.5.0 (Aug 8, 2011)|
|Automatic save at the end of each round||
The program now automatically saves a copy of your tournament data at the end of each round. You can turn this feature off through the "File", "Ladder/Misc. preferences..." menu.
|Added "File", "New" menu option||
You can now create a new tournament based on a previous tournament's file. You can also create a new tournament with the same settings for all brackets.
|Display and print pigtail matches||
You can now display and print a page that contains all the pigtail matches in the tournament.
|What's new in version 2.4.0 (Mar 20, 2011)|
|Bracket changes after the tournament starts||
You can now make "emergency" changes to a bracket after the tournament has started. You can add, remove, and reorder wrestlers in the bracket under repair.
|Assign seeding values with a key combination||
The contestant entry windows (by team and by bracket) have been enhanced to allow seed selection via the keyboard. When the contestant list has the "focus" you can change the "Seed:" value by holding down the ctrl key and pressing a digit (e.g. [ctrl]- sets "Seed:" to 5, [ctrl]- sets it to "No seed"). You then press [enter] to apply the change. This makes initial seeding assignment go very quickly.
|Improved import of wrestlers from a file||
If you attempt to import wrestlers for a team that already has some wrestlers, you will be presented with a warning. This helps prevent assigning the wrestlers to the wrong team.
|What's new in version 2.3.0 (Mar 14, 2011)|
|Drag and drop support on the seeding window||
You can now drag wrestler names into the first round matches list from the unplaced list. You can also use drag and drop to move wrestlers around in the first round matches list.
|Rearrange seeding from the Contestants by team/bracket window||
When you assign a requested seed that is already in use by another wrestler, the program automatically changes the other wrestler's seed to the next lower value.
|Omit seeding information from printouts||
You can now choose to leave out the seeding information in the contestant by bracket and contestant by team printouts.
|What's new in version 2.2.2 (Feb 17, 2011)|
|Enhanced the ability to reprint contest cards||
You can now specify an entire bracket and round number when printing selected (lost) contest cards.
|Supported a per-bracket subtitle on printouts and web pages||
You can now specify a subtitle that is different for each bracket. The subtitle appears every time the bracket is printed or displayed in a web browser. You can use this feature for per-bracket sponsors.
|Added font control for the seeding window||
You can now specify the font style and size used on the seeding window. Making the font bigger is useful when projecting the computer display at the seeding meeting.
|More font support for ladder printouts||
You can now specify a different font for the wrestler names, title line text, subtitle line text, and placers list. These are used whenever a bracket is printed.